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Miguel A Schön
 

Miguel A Schön Ph.D.

Academic Title: Instructor (adjunct Faculty I I)
Primary Appointment: Anatomy and Neurobiology
m-schoen@worldnet.att.net
Location: HSF-II, S251
Phone: (410) 662-0473

Personal History:

  • Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University (JHU) (1966)
  • Inst., Assist., & Assoc. Prof. of Anatomy, JHU School of Medicine (1966-1980)
  • Prof. of Anatomy, UPRMS, San Juan, Puerto Rico (1980-97)
  • Dir. Dept. Anatomy, UPRMS (1980-91)
  • Ind. Contractor for Teaching Anatomy, USUHS (1977)
  • PT Adj. Prof. of Anatomy, GWUSM (1977- present)
  • PT Assist. Prof. of Art as Applied to Medicine (1988- present), and Cell and Molecular Medicine Program (2000- ), JHUSM
  • PT Inst. of Anatomy, UMMS (1998-present )
  • PT Inst., UMSD (2007-present)

Research Interests:

Functional Anatomy of the Human Organ Body Systems. Particular interests in the Speech Apparatus, and the Peripheral Nervous System.

Lab Techniques and Equipment:

Dissections. Dissection instruments and measuring calipers. Paper and pencils for recording and illustrating findings. Word Processor for writing results and conclusions.


Publications:

Schoen Ybarra, MA., Bauer, B. Medial portion of m. temporalis and its potential involvement in facial pain, Clinical Anatomy 14:25-30 (2001)

Probst, K., Schoen Ybarra, MA., Kashima, H,, Crosby RW. Topography and interactions of the arytenoid and cricoid articular facets: Implications for vocal process positional shifts. Clinical Anatomy 17:206-213 (2004).

Schoen Ybarra, MA., Gutman, RE., Rini, D., Hann, VI. Etiology of post-uterosacral susoension. Int Urogynecol J 20:1067-1072 (2009)