Daniel T. Daly, D.C., Ph.D.

Instructor – C.A.S.E.


Office Location:
School of Medicine 
M310 Schwitalla Hall
email: daniel.daly@health.slu.edu

314-977-8036

Education:

  • Saint Louis University School of Medicine
    • Doctorate of Philosophy in Anatomy with Concentration in Neurobiology - 2017
      • Dissertation: An Anatomical Study of a Vestibular Commissure within the Cerebellum of a Pond Turtle, Trachemys Scripta Elegans
  • Logan College of Chiropractic
    • Doctor of Chiropractic - 2008
  • Logan University
    • Bachelor of Science in Human Biology - 2005
  • Saint Louis University
    • Bachelor of Arts in Biology - 2003


Teaching Responsibilities:

  • Medical Courses:
    • Introduction to Clinical Anatomy Module (A-100)
    • Basic Clinical Neurosciences
  • Graduate Courses:
    • Human Histology and Ultrastructure (ANAT-5100) 2015-present
    • Human Systems Neuroscience
  • Service Courses:
    • Human Gross Anatomy for Physician Assistants (ANAT-4100) 2015-Present
    • Gross Anatomy for Allied Health Professionals (ANAT-4000) 2015-Present
    • Allied Health Professionals Neuroscience
    • Basic Human Anatomy
  • Guest Lecturer:
    • Psychology
    • Biology

Clinical Experience

  • Private Practice 2008- 2012

Faculty Appointments:

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

  • Center For Anatomical Science and Education (Department of Surgery
    • Instructor of Anatomy

Publications:


Peer Reviewed Abstracts

  • Trajectories of myelinated axons that travel within the Purkinje cell layer. M.Ariel and D.T. Daly, Society for Neuroscience, 2017

  • A cerebellar commissure carries projections of the vestibular ganglia and the vestibular nuclear complex. D.T Daly and M. Ariel. Society for Neuroscience, 2016

  • The commissure connecting both sides of the turtle lateral cerebellum is myelinated and travels in the Purkinje cell layer.

    D. T. Daly and M. Ariel. Society for Neuroscience, 2015



Professional Service:


Associations:

  • American Association of Anatomists
  • Society for Neuroscience

Honor and Awards:

  • Predoctoral Fellow - Saint Louis University 2012 - 2017
Comments