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Richard Doolittle

Vice Dean for College of Health Sciences and Tech
Dean’s Office
Institute of Health Sciences and Technology

585-475-5972
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Richard Doolittle

Vice Dean for College of Health Sciences and Tech
Dean’s Office
Institute of Health Sciences and Technology

Education

BA, University of Bridgeport; MS, Ph.D. in Anatomy & Pathology, University of Rochester, School of Medicine & Dentistry

Bio

Dr. Doolittle did a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Medicine/Hematology Unit at the University of Rochester. He participates in NIH-funded programs designed to train deaf/hard-of-hearing students for careers in healthcare fields.

585-475-5972

Areas of Expertise

Currently Teaching

MEDS-299
1 - 4 Credits
This course will provide students the opportunity for independent study in a topic of strong interest.
DMSO-309
3 Credits
This course addresses how the principles of ultrasound physics are directly applied to the use of ultrasound instrumentation in medical imaging. Transducers, signal production, memory systems, data display, manipulation of controls, and artifacts, are discussed. Throughout the course, the student will integrate previous knowledge of anatomy with ultrasound physics and instrumentation.
DMSO-312
3 Credits
This course covers basic sectional anatomy of the abdomen, pelvis, fetus and small parts, building on the basic knowledge of anatomy. This course prepares the student to recognize sectional anatomy of major human structures, especially as they relate to medical imaging techniques. Lectures are augmented with exercises using prepared human sections, organ modeling, and diagnostic imaging units.
MEDS-490
4 Credits
This course exposes students to details of human anatomy through cadaver dissection. Lecture material stresses functional and clinical correlates corresponding to laboratory exercises.
DMSO-301
3 Credits
The course provides students with hands-on experience by performing basic and general abdominal, small parts, obstetrical and gynecological ultrasound examinations. Sonographic examination protocols and techniques, review and recognition of normal anatomic structures, high quality image production, and image interpretation are stressed.

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