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Craig Lawson, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor
School of Medicine 
Schwitalla Hall, M406
314-977-8049



Research Interest

Characterization of Aneuploid Cell Populations
Apoptosis in Tumor Cells

Education
MD, 1987 Saint Louis University School of Medicine
PhD, 1987 Saint Louis University

Professional Training
Residency in Pathology, AP/CP 1987-1992 (Cert)
Saint John's Mercy Medical Center
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
615 South New Ballas Road
St. Louis, MO 63141

Professional Employment

Associate Professor:
Department of Surgery
Center for Anatomical Science and Education
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
2003-Current

Executive Director, Practical Anatomy Workshop
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
1999-2001

Assistant Professor
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
1996-2003

Cytopathologist
Department of Pathology
SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories
1992-1996

Committees and Saint Louis University School of Medicine Service

Liaison Committee on Medical Education
2001, 2015

Reviewer-President's Research Fund
Grant Awards 2010-2011

Committee for Medical Admissions 2010-Current

Publications
Normal Anatomy and Physiology of the Breast.
In Manual of Breast Diseases, pp1-24, Edited by Jatoi, I: Williams and Wilkins Publishers, 2002

Teaching Service
Human Gross Anatomy for Medical Students
1996-Current
2009-2010 (Course Co-Director with M H Cooper)
2011-2013 Course Director

Lecture/Lab Faculty Cell Biology for Medical Students
1999-Current

Cardiovascular Module for Medical Students
1999-2013

Human Gross Anatomy for Physical and
Occupational Therapy Students
1996-Current

Human Histology and Ultrastructure with V Fischer 1996-2001
Course Director, 2002-Current

Basic Human Anatomy for Nursing and Allied Health Students with M H Cooper 2000-2013
Director 2014-Current

Awards
Distinguished Teacher Award
Presented by Class of 2010
Category: Presentation Skills
Saint Louis University School of Medicine MD Degree Program