Dr Matthew Szarko

2013 Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

2009 University of Calgary: Ph.D.: Medical Science with a specialization in Joint Injury and Arthritis Research
Dissertation: Discovering the Importance of Loading Rate on Articular Cartilage: Using Low Magnitude, High Frequency Dynamic Compression to Identify the Time-Dependent Behaviours of Articular Cartilage.
2003 University of Alberta B.A. Honours: Anthropology.

Academic Positions Held:
Sr. Lecturer in Anatomy: St. George’s, University of London
Academic Lead for Clinical Sciences MBBS 5 (years 1 and 2)

Academic Director: Anatomy Teaching Facility
Life Structure Module Lead
Post-Graduate anatomy coordinator
Lecturer in Medical Education, Anatomical Sciences: St. George’s, University of London
Postgraduate Course Coordinator
Post-Doctoral Research Associate: Oakland University, Department of Physics, Center for Biomedical Research

Subjects Taught

Dr Szarko teaches our anatomy and physiology lectures, dissection room and upper and lower limb anatomy.

He is one of the original lectures who has taught for the company since this training company was started.

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