Dr. Tsai is a comparative anatomist and paleontologist at the Biomedical Sciences Department at Missouri State University. His research focus on the evolution and development of limb joints in animals, with a particular interest in archosaurs: Birds, crocodiles, and their extinct relatives like dinosaurs. In summer 2019, he attended the 12th International Congress of … [Read more...] about Chasing the Dragons of Deep Time: Paleontological Research at International Museums
Each year the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning awards a per course faculty member for their outstanding contributions to the University. We are happy to acknowledge Kathy Beberniss as the recipient for the Excellence in Per Course Teaching Award recipient! Kathy has taught in the Biomedical Sciences Department since 2008, specifically for the dietetics program. During … [Read more...] about Award Winning Teaching in the Biomedical Sciences Department
There are so many types of milk to choose from nowadays. From cow's milk to soy milk to almond milk and more, how do you choose the best milk to drink? Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical instructor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, offers some helpful information to The Washington Post. … [Read more...] about What type of milk is best for you?
“I’m a first-generation student, so it was a path none of my family was familiar with.” But a group from her school visited MSU for an event. That day, she saw new possibilities. “It was the first time I actually stepped onto a four-year public university campus. College seemed pretty cool. Later, I met with a lot of advisors, and they were pushing me to go to a four-year … [Read more...] about She blossomed in maroon and white