What are our Alumni Doing Now?

Photo of anatomy alum Phillip Persino at Chicago Medical SchoolThe MS with Specialization in Human Anatomical Sciences was developed to prepare graduates to teach human anatomy and physiology in the community colleges. A number of our alumni are doing just that, however, others are currently high school teachers or medical students. Here is a list of what some of our graduates are doing with their degrees.

Anatomy Program Alumni Positions

  • 2014: Philip Persino (currently attending medical school at Chicago Medical School, Rosalind Franklin University)
  • 2013: Barbie Klein (currently enrolled in an anatomy Ph.D. program at the university of Indiana)
  • 2013: Grace Hongsermeier (accepted to physician’s assistant school in New York state)
  • 2013: James Salvatore (finalist for a tenure-track anatomy and physiology teaching position at Joliet Junior College.
  • 2010: Burcu Carlon (currently a PhD student in the Department of Biological Sciences, NIU)
  • 2013: Kelly Fallon (currently an Instructor at McHenry Community College)
  • 2006 - Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • 2005 - Full time faculty at Kishwaukee College
  • 2004 - Student at School of Optimetry
  • 2004 - Full time faculty Elgin Community College
  • 2003 - Medical student at Loyola Medical School
  • 2002 - Waubonsie Valley High School
  • 2002 - Podiatry School
  • 2002 - Full time faculty at Rock Valley Community College
  • 2002 - Histology Technician Swedish American Hospital Rockford
  • 2001 - West Chicago High School
  • 2000 - Full time faculty Moraine Valley Community College
  • 2000 - Victor - Andrew High School