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Dr. Lynn J. Romrell

Professor and Associate Dean

Florida State University College of Medicine

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Florida State University College of Medicine

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The Gadsden Times - Latest News from Gadsden, Alabama

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This year the committee began asking institutions for information on their work-hour policies, an indication that formal rules will probably become a requirement, said several school administrators, including Lynn J. Romrell of the University of Florida College of Medicine.

The questionnaire was enough to convince Dr. Romrell, associate dean for education, and his colleagues to adopt a policy in May that, among other things, guarantees students an eight-hour break between clinical shifts.


The Authors, Integrated Medical Curriculum and Clinical Pharmacology-part of the GSM network

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LYNN J. ROMRELL, Ph.D.Lynn J. Romrell, Ph.D., an author of the IMC Human Anatomy program, is a Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Florida College of Medicine and Executive Director, Anatomical Board of the State of Florida.He has been Associate Dean for Medical Education at the University of Florida College of Medicine since 1988.Dr. Romrell's research is in the field of genetic control of events in spermatogenesis, and he is author of numerous peer reviewed articles, abstracts and chapters.He has also co-authored seven books and a computer program in the fields of anatomy and histology.Dr. Romrell is recognized as an outstanding teacher, having been selected as the Teacher of the Year in the College of Medicine in 1996-97, Outstanding Basic Science Teacher in 1978-79, and co-recipient of the Golden Apple Award for Outstanding Basic Science Course by the Graduating Classes in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998.In 1996, Dr. Romrell was the recipient of the Professional Achievement Award given by Idaho State University's College of Arts and Sciences.He currently serves as a representative on the USMLE Step 1 Anatomy Test Committee for the National Board of Medical Examiners.Dr. Romrell also has interest in medical informatics and has served on local and national task forces concerned with the use of computer technology in medical education.


The Authors, Integrated Medical Curriculum and Clinical Pharmacology-part of the GSM network

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LYNN J. ROMRELL, Ph.D.Lynn J. Romrell, Ph.D., an author of the IMC Human Anatomy program, is a Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Florida College of Medicine and Executive Director, Anatomical Board of the State of Florida.He has been Associate Dean for Medical Education at the University of Florida College of Medicine since 1988.Dr. Romrell's research is in the field of genetic control of events in spermatogenesis, and he is author of numerous peer reviewed articles, abstracts and chapters.He has also co-authored seven books and a computer program in the fields of anatomy and histology.Dr. Romrell is recognized as an outstanding teacher, having been selected as the Teacher of the Year in the College of Medicine in 1996-97, Outstanding Basic Science Teacher in 1978-79, and co-recipient of the Golden Apple Award for Outstanding Basic Science Course by the Graduating Classes in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998.In 1996, Dr. Romrell was the recipient of the Professional Achievement Award given by Idaho State University's College of Arts and Sciences.He currently serves as a representative on the USMLE Step 1 Anatomy Test Committee for the National Board of Medical Examiners.Dr. Romrell also has interest in medical informatics and has served on local and national task forces concerned with the use of computer technology in medical education.


The Authors, Integrated Medical Curriculum and Clinical Pharmacology-part of the GSM network

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LYNN J. ROMRELL, Ph.D.Lynn J. Romrell, Ph.D., an author of the IMC Human Anatomy program, is a Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Florida College of Medicine and Executive Director, Anatomical Board of the State of Florida.He has been Associate Dean for Medical Education at the University of Florida College of Medicine since 1988.Dr. Romrell's research is in the field of genetic control of events in spermatogenesis, and he is author of numerous peer reviewed articles, abstracts and chapters.He has also co-authored seven books and a computer program in the fields of anatomy and histology.Dr. Romrell is recognized as an outstanding teacher, having been selected as the Teacher of the Year in the College of Medicine in 1996-97, Outstanding Basic Science Teacher in 1978-79, and co-recipient of the Golden Apple Award for Outstanding Basic Science Course by the Graduating Classes in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998.In 1996, Dr. Romrell was the recipient of the Professional Achievement Award given by Idaho State University's College of Arts and Sciences.He currently serves as a representative on the USMLE Step 1 Anatomy Test Committee for the National Board of Medical Examiners.Dr. Romrell also has interest in medical informatics and has served on local and national task forces concerned with the use of computer technology in medical education.


Lake City Reporter - News

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"I am angered and appalled," said Lynn Romrell, director of the Anatomical Board of Florida, and associate dean for medical education at the University of Florida College of Medicine.

Romrell said Warner may have snatched body parts from the campus laboratory without permission.
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Romrell said Warner kept the body parts in a special solution to prevent molding.
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Romrell said he is confident he will be able to determine where the body parts came from when he gets in to see all the evidence.First there must be a forensic review, the collection of the items from the house then photographing, video-taping and storing them anew in a secure facility.

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