Nestor T Hilvano , MD,MPH
Nestor T. Hilvano, M.D., M.P.H. is Professor of Biological Sciences in Department of Science and Health at University of Cincinnati, Clermont College and Professor Adjunct Affiliate of Doctor of Nursing Practice-Anesthesia at University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing. Currently Dr. Hilvano teaches anatomy and physiology, microbiology, and advanced human physiology and pathophysiology courses. Prior to joining University of Cincinnati, Dr. Hilvano has a long history with Anatomical Science Education as Professor of Anatomy, Histology and Neurobiology (Brain and Behavior) in medical schools for 19 years, has served as Chair of the Department of Anatomy at Far Eastern University-NRMF Institute of Medicine and St. Luke's Medical Center College of Medicine, and has medical practice as general practice/family physician that manages common and long-term illnesses, focusing on overall health and well-being, and as occupational health care physician focused on the treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses. His research interests are in neuroscience localizing structures and neurochemical transmitters that affect somatosensory perception.
Dr. Hilvano is a Fellow in Anatomy Society and active member of the American Association for Anatomy (AAA). He has served as Career Development Mentor for the Mentor Match program, a virtual microscopy database user, and has served in the Committee for Early Career Anatomists, Advisory Committee for Young Anatomists, and Short Term Visiting Scholarship Committee of the AAA. He is a peer reviewer of abstracts and articles in anatomical-biomedical science and educational research, and external peer reviewer on anatomy video resource.
Doctor of Medicine: Far Eastern University-NRMF Philippines, 1984
Master of Public Health: University of the Philippines Philippines,
B.S. Medical Technology (Medical Laboratory Science): Far Eastern University-NRMF Philippines,
His research interests are in the areas of neuroscience localizing structures and it's neurochemical transmitters that affect somatosensory perception. His current academic work and publications pertain to student learning and effective instructional strategies.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Hilvano, N.T. (2017. ) Effectiveness of computer assisted learning in anatomy and physiology .The FASEB Journal, , vol. 31 (no. 1 Supplement ) ,582.11
Hilvano, N.T., Mathis, K.M., and Schauer, D.P. (2014. ) Collaborative learning utilizing case-based problems .Bioscene, Journal of College Biology Teaching, , vol. 40 (2 ) ,22-30
Hilvano, N.T. (2014. ) Explorative learning approach of problem-based research project, a pilot study in anatomy and physiology course .The FASEB Journal, , vol. 28 (no. 1 Supplement) ,721.4
Hilvano, N.T. (2017. ) Applied Anatomy and Physiology, A concise Text and Lab Manual .iBook (Mac or iOS device) , University of Cincinnati Clermont
Hilvano, N.T. (08-06-2015. ) Explorative approach to teach anatomy .Far Eastern University-NRMF, Quezon City, Philippines. Level:Department
Hilvano, N.T., Mathis, K.M. (10-28-2011. ) Cooperative learning utilizing case-based problems .Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) Conference, Dayton, OH. Level:Regional
Hilvano, N.T. (07-04-2011. ) Collaborative learning, case-based approach and designing a course syllabi .Far Eastern University-NRMF, Quezon City, Philippines. Level:Department
Hilvano, N.T. (09-24-2010. ) Innovative approach to teach first year biology through small group discussion .Lilly annual Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, Traverse City, MI. Level:National
Hilvano, N.T. (04-08-2019. ) Learning styles and implications in anatomy undergraduate education .Experimental Biology Conference , Orlando, FL. Level:National
Hilvano, N.T. (04-23-2017. ) Effectiveness of computer assisted learning in anatomy and physiology .Experimental Biology Conference , San Diego, CA. . Level:International
Hilvano, N.T. (04-28-2014. ) Explorative learning approach of problem-based research project, a pilot study in anatomy and physiology course .Experimental Biology Conference , San Diego, CA. . Level:International
Hilvano, N.T., Mathis, K.M. (04-23-2012. ) Collaborative learning utilizing case-based problems .Experimental Biology Conference, San Diego, CA. . Level:International
Hilvano, N.T. (03-02-2010. ) SGD, innovative approach in teaching .First Annual Teaching Fair, Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning, TUC, University of Cincinnati. . Level:University
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