Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences
Paul Monaco, Ph.D.
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Stanton-Gerber Hall (VA 178)
Room A205, Lab A235
Johnson City, TN 37614
423-439-2009 - Office
423-612-6282 - Cell
Ph.D. 1982 Marquette University, Department of Biology
M.S. 1977 Marquette University, Department of Biology
B.A. (honors) 1974 Merrimack College, Department of Biology
Honors and Awards at the College of Medicine:
Recipient of Dean’s Teaching Award: 1993 – 1998
Lee Brashear’s Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching and Student Support: 2001 - 2003
Nominee for Caduceus Club Teaching Award: 2000 – 2015
Recipient Caduceus Club Teaching Award – Professor of the Year: 2002, 2003, 2008, 2010, 2013, 2015
Caduceus Club Course of the Year: Cell and Tissue Biology – 2010 awarded to course director
Recipient Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Basic Sciences: 2003, 2012
American Society for Cell Biology
International Association of Medical Science Educators
Sigma Xi - The Scientific Research Society
I am interested in new approaches for teaching and learning, including computer assisted instruction and small group discussions. Highlights of my histology teaching.
More than 40 published research papers and abstracts have focused mainly on the cytogenetics and evolutionary biology of poeciliid fishes. Recently Dr. Monaco has begun to study neurodevelopment using a zebrafish model. He is also interested in computer assisted instruction and small group learning methods.