Location: HPB Room 296
Phone: (540) 678-4387
Employed Since: 2003
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, PA; Ph.D. Physiology and Cell Biology, Albany Medical College, NY; M.S. Physiology and Cell Biology, Albany Medical College, NY; B.S. Zoology, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, MA
Fields of Expertise:
Dr. Richard has peer-reviewed publications on the topics of inflammation, pregnancy, contraception, glycobiology, cell cycle regulation, pharmacogenomics, and the use of technology in education.
His newest area of research involves the characterization and understanding of autonomous sensory meridian response.
Dr. Richard teaches in the “Integrated Basic Health Sciences” courses, the “Integrated Pharmaceutical Care and Science” courses, the “The Pharmacology and Counseling of Contraception” course, and developed the “Essentials of Pharmacogenomics” course.
He has received the School of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year Award three times, the School of Pharmacy Researcher of the Year Award, the University Instructional Technology Teaching Award, and the University Nomination for Virginia Outstanding Faculty Teaching with Technology Award.
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“Qui docet, discit” (The one who teaches others, learns himself) – A really old and wise Latin dude.
The unlikelihood of an alternate career path has been revealed to Dr. Richard due to his experiences with fencing classes, trapeze training, triathlon events, tap dancing classes, texas hold’em tournaments, water polo classes, mechanical bull riding, performing a wedding ceremony as an Ordained Clergy Person, and creating really dumb videos that even Monty Python would not find funny.
Dr. Richard’s favorite interest is his wife, whom he thinks is a lot of fun and much cooler than himself.