Kevin R. Measor, Ph.D.

Lecturer of Biology

Kevin Measor, a native of the Boston area, is currently starting his fifth year at Gonzaga University. As part of the University of Washington-Gonzaga University Regional Health Partnership he also teaches neurobiology to first and second year medical...

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Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D. Neuroscience, University of California, Riverside
M.A. Biology, Lehman College
M.S.Ed. College Student Personnel Services, University of Dayton
B.S. Biology and History, Roger Williams University

Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught

BIOL105 and BIOL105L Information Flow in Biological Systems and Lab
BIOL170 and BIOL170L Introduction to Microbiology and Lab
BIOL441 Neurophysiology
BIOL399 Phantoms in the Brain
BIOL399 Neurobiology of Pain
BIOL399 Drugs, Addiction, and the Brain
BIOL399 Neuroethology
BIOL399 Neurobiology of Mental Illness
BIOL399 Behavioral Endocrinology

Kevin Measor, a native of the Boston area, is currently starting his fifth year at Gonzaga University.  As part of the University of Washington-Gonzaga University Regional Health Partnership he also teaches neurobiology to first and second year medical students.  Along with his teaching responsibilities he serves as the co-chair of the Committee on Health Science Careers and Advisor to the Health Sciences Club, guiding much of the University’s efforts in advising pre-health students.  He graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a PhD in Neuroscience.  His research focused on how the auditory cortex of bats encodes differences in sound intensity.  Before starting his career as neuroscientist he gained a master’s degree from the University of Dayton in College Student Personnel Services and has held different professional positions at various universities ranging from Assistant Director of Residence Life at Fordham University to Head Men’s Volleyball Coach at Newbury College.  He has a passion for educating the public about neuroscience and increasing awareness of issues surrounding mental illness, substance abuse disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases.  He is the Director for the Spokane Center for Public Neuroscience (SCPNE) an outreach organization that participates in STEM fairs, public science lectures and discussions, and science advocacy.