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Camille Ouellette

Senior Lecturer

Department of Science and Mathematics
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-6195
Office Location
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85 Lomb Memorial Drive Gosnell A146 Rochester, NY 14623

Camille Ouellette

Senior Lecturer

Department of Science and Mathematics
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Education

BS, Rochester Institute of Technology; MS, Johns Hopkins University

585-475-6195

Currently Teaching

NSCI-156
3 Credits
This course covers introductory science processes using the content of forensics as a vehicle to establish an appreciation of the scientific method, critical thinking and problem solving. The basic processes of observing, collecting data, classifying, comparing, analyzing, and forming hypotheses will be addressed using the concepts of forensics.
HCIA-730
3 Credits
This second course in a two-course sequence in Human Body Systems/Diseases will continue to help interpreters build a strong foundation in human body systems and diseases by addressing the remaining body systems not covered in the first course. Within each body system, topics for discussion include: anatomy and physiology (structure and function), common conditions/diseases, common medications and treatments, specialized terms, health care provider specialties, medical tests, and procedures and equipment.
HCIA-715
3 Credits
This first course in a two-course sequence will help interpreters build a strong foundation in human body systems and diseases. Within each body system topics for discussion include: anatomy and physiology (structure and function), common conditions/diseases, common medications and treatments, specialized terms, health care provider specialties, medical tests, and procedures and equipment. This class is conducted in ASL.
NSCI-287
3 Credits
In this course, students will study the normal structure and function of the eleven human organ systems. They will use this knowledge to explore the mechanisms of selected diseases relevant to today’s society from each of the eleven systems. From there, students will investigate and evaluate current treatments for each disease. The organization of the human body at the cellular and tissue levels will also be discussed, leading into a survey of cancer. Laboratory exercises and case studies will allow students to apply the course content to a potential real-world scenario.