I teach algorithmic, analytic thinking, and avoid rote memorization. I prefer deriving solutions rather than remembering a non intuitive formula. I like memorizing a minimum number of principles. I dislike the use of calculators, but accept their inevitability, in tests
retired Medical Doctor. Medical Instructor, Rush University. Past MS in Comp Sci. BS in Math and Physics.
Principle Investigator in Clinical Research 1998-2014. Past Guest Lecturer Univ Wisconsin Milwaukee.
Past Software developer, Johnson Controls, Milwaukee, WI. Past IT manager of medical office
MD: Medical College of Wisconsin 1983
MS: University of Wisconsin-Madison 1979
BS: UNiversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: 1977
Practicing Physcian 1988-2014
Medical Instructor: 1999-2010
Clinical Research 1998-2014
Comp Sci Lecturer: 1979-1982
Software Developer 1979-1980
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