Thom Gaddy, PhD

Thom Gaddy, PhD

Thom Gaddy, PhD

Associate Professor of Cell Biology and Histology

Russell Hall 235M, 1425 Prince Avenue, Athens, GA 30602

706-713-2212

Education

PhD, Cellular Biology and Anatomy, Medical College of Georgia Augusta, Georgia, 2007

MS, Cellular Biology, University of Georgia Athens, Georgia, 1999

BS, Biology, Valdosta State University Valdosta Georgia, 1994

Honors / Awards / Achievements

1991, Gladys Cook PTA Scholarship Recipient

1994, Member, Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society

1994, Member, Omicron Kappa Delta Honor Society

1994, Hope Scholarship Recipient

1995-1998, Teaching Assistantship, University of Georgia

2002-2004, Teaching Assistantship, Medical College of Georgia

2004, Excellence in Research Award, Medical College of Georgia

2013, Medical Education Scholarship Award (MESA) for Outstanding Poster by a Professional Medical Educator, AAMC-Southern Group on Educational Affairs

2013, Outstanding Poster Presentation Award, International Association of Medical Science Educators

2015, Exemplary Teaching Award, Small Group Setting, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

2017, Exemplary Teaching Award, Small Group Setting, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

2017, Exemplary Teaching Award, Lecture Setting, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

2017, First Prize, Research Paper Category, Annual Meeting of the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association

2018, Exemplary Teaching Award, Small Group Setting, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Selected Publications

Zachow, R., Gaddy, T., Murrow, J., Ebell, M. (2010). Cases in Cardiovascular Medicine for Use in Undergraduate Medical Education. MedEdPORTAL: https://www.mededportal.org/publication/8159/

Gaddy, V.T., Medlock, A. (2013). Just-in-Time Teaching JiTT: An Active Learning Pedagogy to Study Concepts in Cell Biology. Med Sci Educ 2013; 23(4S): 664-665, DOI 10.1007/BF03341698

Gaines JK, Blake L, Kouame G, Davies KJ, Ballance D, Gaddy VT, Gallman E, Russell M, Wood E. (2018). Partnering to Analyze Selection of Resources by Medical Students for Case-Based Small Group Learning: A Collaboration between Librarians and Medical Educators. Med Ref Serv Q. Jul-Sep;37(3):249-265

Medlock AE., Gaddy, T. Cell Structure, Organelle Function, and Protein Trafficking: A Flipped Classroom Resource for First Year Undergraduate Medical Education. MedEdPORTAL (In preparation).

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