Anatomy and Cell Biology

Kathleen H. Andersen, MS


Adjunct - College of Nursing
Lecturer of Anatomy and Cell Biology

Contact Information

Primary Office: B046 E ML
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-335-7167



BS, Biology, Creighton University
MS, Anatomy, University of Iowa

Research Summary

Utilizing various computer software programs as well as health sites on the Internet in order to incorporate clinical anatomy more meaningfully into the study of human anatomy.

Selected Publications

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Erkonen W, Andersen K, Choi T, Galvin J, D'Alessandro M, Brandser E, Duncan J, Livermore J.  Using the Internet: An effective hands-on classroom instruction tool.  Association of University Radiologists.  1997. 

Chen W, Andersen K, West J.  Cocaine-induced somatic growth deficit during the brain growth spurt is prevented by artificial rearing.  Neurotoxicology and Teratology.  1994. 16.

Chen W, Andersen K, West J.  Concurrent exposure of cocaine and ethanol during the brain growth spurt: Studies of somatic growth and brain development.  Society for Neuroscience.  1993. 

Chen W, Andersen K, West J.  Effects of cocaine exposure during the brain growth spurt on somatic and brain development: A comparison between normal and artificial rearing procedures.  Teratology Society.  1993. 

Thomas J, Goodlett C, Andersen K, Wasserman E, West J.  Behavioral deficits induced by short-term exposure to alcohol during the brain growth spurt..  Royal Society of Alcohol.  1992. 

Perry P, Andersen K, Yates W.  Illicit anabolic steroid use in athletes: A case series analysis.  The American Journal of Sports Medicine.  1990. 

Yates W, Perry P, Andersen K.  Illicit anabolic steroid use: A controlled personality study.  Acta Psychiatry Scand..  1990. 

Perry P, Yates W, Andersen K.  Psychiatric symptoms associated with Anabolic steroids: A controlled, retrospective study.  Annals of Clinical Psychiatry.  1990. 

Andersen K, Perry P, Sherman A, Kathol R.  Behavioral performance and seizure activities of lithium-intoxicated Sprague-Dawley rats treated with theophylline.  Psychiatry Research.  1989. 

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