I teach Developmental Biology with emphases on embryonic axis determination and human developmental anatomy, and a section in Introductory Biology.  Occasionally I teach a sophomore-level course, Cambrian Zoology, which explores the morphology, development, and evolution of invertebrate phyla that originated during the Cambrian Period some 540 million years ago. I also teach two seminar courses: Development and Evolution, which examines the role of development in generating new phenotypes; and Osteology of the Reptiles, which focuses on the paleontology of this group.