Rebecca S. Keller, PhD
Areas of Study
Medical Education, Imaging in Cardiovascular Disease
- University of Missouri-Columbia1996PhD
- University of Missouri-Columbia1989MS
- University of Missouri-Columbia1982BS
Currently, my research is mostly based in education and assessment. Interested in the use of different pedagogy to help students actively learn - such as gamification, case based learning, problem based learning, flipped classrooms, etc. In addition, understanding different learning styles of students and how best to help students use different techniques for successful learning.
Keller RS, Shai S-Y, Babbit C, Pham CG, Solaro RJ, Loftus JC, Ross RS. Transgenic expression of autonomous b1 integrin cytoplasmic domains leads to abnormal cardiac function, fibrosis and perinatal lethality. Am J Pathol 158(3):1079-1090, 2001.
Pham CG, Harpf AE, Keller RS, Vu HT, Shai S-Y, Loftus JC, Ross RS. The striated-muscle specific integrin b1D is involved in the cardiac myocyte hypertrophic response pathway. Am J Physiol 279:H2916-H2926, 2000.
View Rebecca S. Keller's articles on the National Institute of Health's PubMed website.