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B. Alan Rampy, D.O., Ph.D. (2010)
Assistant Professor (School of Medicine)
Pathology

Dr. B. Alan Rampy is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pathology Education. His educational background includes a PhD in Neuroscience and Cognition and BA in Experimental Psychology, both from The University of Texas at Dallas. He further earned the degree of Doctor of Osteopathy at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth and holds national certification as an Anatomic Pathologist with the American Board of Pathology. Dr. Rampy is Co-Director of the Pathology Informatics rotation for the Pathology Residency Program and Co-Director for the GI and Nutrition course for the School of Medicine. As well, he participates in laboratory teaching for several of the integrated medical curriculum courses. Resident and medical student education is a fundamental mission of the Autopsy Service, for which Dr. Rampy also contributes to the clinical enterprise. He currently serves as the UTMB A-PRIME Basic Sciences campus Co-Director for the UT System Transformation in Medical Education (TIME) initiative. Most recently, Dr. Rampy was named the 2014 recipient of the UTMB Class of 1947 Professorship. With a keen interest in technology and education, Dr. Rampy has developed several online learning modules for Pathology residents and graduate students. Dr. Rampy has been the recipient of several awards in the domain of technology in education. Development of the Anatomic Pathology Exchange (APEx), a digital pathology repository for education was recognized within the international e-learning community with a Blackboard Catalyst Committee’s Choice Award. Moreover, the APEx project was made possible, in great part, with support from a UTMB Academy of Master Teachers (AMT) Junior Faculty Educational Development Award and Education Technology Grant. As a member of the UTMB Any Day, Any Place Teaching (ADAPT) Faculty Learning Community, Dr. Rampy developed a video learning object entitled “Gross Pathology Photography” that was awarded first place in the demonstration session at the UTMB AMT 3rd Annual Education Symposium. Dr. Rampy currently serves as chairperson for the Photo Committee for the Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE).

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"In examining a disease, we gain wisdom about anatomy and physiology and biology. In examining the person with disease, we gain wisdom about life."


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