Frank Willard, PhD
Anatomy Department, University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Willard currently holds a Professorship with tenure in Anatomy and is Acting Chair of the Anatomy Department at the University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine.
He received his doctorate in Anatomy and Neurobiology from the University of Vermont in 1980 with a concentration in acoustic and somatic sensory system transduction and topographic anatomy of ascending somatic and auditory sensory system pathways.
served for 2 and one-half years as a postdoctoral fellow investigating the development of the peripheral auditory system in the laboratory of George Martin, Ph.D. in the Department of Anatomy, Ohio State University
, Columbus, Ohio.
In 1983 he
accepted a position teaching neuroanatomy and human gross anatomy in the Department of Anatomy at the University of New England
, Biddeford, Maine.
Since 1983 he
has been voted Faculty of the Year six times and received a Recognition Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Class of 2006.
In 1985 he
accepted the position of Director of Medical Curriculum
, which he
held until 1997.
laboratory is focused on two aspects of spine and pelvic pain.