Orhan E. Arslan


He is the professor and director of Advanced Neuroanatomy and Anatomy Programs in the Department of Pathology and Cell Biology at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. He also serves as pre-clerkship integration director. He holds doctoral degrees in anatomy and neuroscience, as well as in veterinary medicine and surgery. He has a successful track record as a medical educator and scientist. He had designed and implemented significant innovative curricular modules in clinical neuroscience and anatomy. These curricular innovations included a system-based anatomy and neuroanatomy courses, procedure-based, ultrasound-based and landmark-based anatomy that have been successfully introduced into the medical curriculum. He also designed a multidisciplinary board review module that integrates neuroanatomy, anatomy, histology, and embryology. He has been actively involving in the implementation of problem-based and the clinical presentation-based curricula. He served as curricular consultant in anatomy and neuroscience at several national and international medical schools. He has an extensive experience in preparing medical students for the USMLE as he conducted series of reviews at national and state levels. His teaching career has been distinguished with several awards, including Basic Science Professor of the Year, Dean’s Performance Award, Most Outstanding Instructor, Golden Apple and Inter professionalism awards, among many others, at both Rosalind Franklin University School of Medicine (RFU) and the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. In recognition, an Endowed Scholarship and an Excellence in Anatomy award have been established in his name at both institutions. He is a graduate of the Leadership Institute at the University of South Florida. He is an author of ‘Neuroanatomical Basis of Clinical Neurology’ textbook that received Outstanding Academic Title Award by the Choice Magazine, Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, for excellence in scholarship and presentation, and for the significant contribution to the field.

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His research interests focus on system-based anatomy and neuroanatomy courses, procedure-based, ultrasound-based and landmark based anatomy.

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