David Woodman
David Woodman

Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1987
Contact Information
308 Manter Hall


Research Interests

My primary responsibilities are centered around instruction in Human Anatomy and Physiology. My emphasis has been in the use of computers and multimedia in instruction in these areas. Additional responsibilities involve the training of teaching assistants in Human Anatomy and Physiology. To this end, I have developed and am primarily responsible for a very successful Teaching Internship program designed to train potential Teaching Assistants for a full semester, an important factor in the success of the laboratory programs in Human Anatomy and Physiology. I was formally trained in Systematics with an emphasis in the cyprinid anatomy and relationships.


  • Tharp, G. and D. Woodman. 2010. Experiments in Physiology. Prentice Hall. 10th edition
  • Woodman, D. 1993. Systematic relationships within the cyprinid genus Rhinichthys, in "SYSTEMATICS, HISTORICAL ECOLOGY, AND NORTH AMERICAN FRESHWATER FISHES". ED. Richard L. Mayden, Stanford University Press.