Your source of A & P Webinars, Study Guides, Quizes, and More!
Welcome to your online Anatomy and Physiology resource, AandPsource.com! My name is Trevor Lohman and I teach undergraduate level anatomy and physiology at Loma Linda University. I am a graduate of both California State University, Chico and the Loma Linda University Doctorate of Physical Therapy program.
In addition to teaching, I currently work as a physical therapist in Irvine, California where I live with my Fiance.
I spent the first three years of my undergraduate education as a Biology major and loved my Anatomy and Physiology classes. During my summer breaks I was able to work as a dissector in the Loma Linda University Cadaver labs. While there, I learned volumes and became a skilled (very relatively speaking) dissector. After three years of work and completion of my PT school prerequisites I came to Loma Linda for graduate school. My physiology teacher at the time (now my boss and mentor) was kind enough to offer me a job as a TA in his undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology class.
Wow! I loved teaching. It was a lot of fun and incredibly rewarding, if you ever have a chance teach something!. It was a little nerve wracking at first being a very young TA (21 yrs old) but I learned quickly and became the course lab instructor a year later. After three years of managing lab and covering lectures for the course instructor, my mentor was kind enough to give me my own two quarter A and P series.
That’s my history, but enough about me, let me tell you why I am creating aandpsource.com (currently aandpsource.wordpress.com). Now that I have my own class, I want to do everything I can to make sure my students leave my course with the highest level of knowledge that I am capable of providing them. Also I don’t want my class to be a source of stress and anxiety, but rather a source of inspiration and motivation to help propel them toward their ultimate career goals.
This is why I wanted to create a resource where they can learn in whatever format they are most comfortable (webinars, podcasts, chapter reviews, practice quizzes) and hence aandpsource.com was born. Maybe someday other students from other classes will find this site and find value in it. For now however, I simply want to create a resource that my students can use to further their A & P education and ease their stress.
I will add content as quickly as I can, I have a day, and a night job (Irvine is expensive!) but I will do my best to keep up and keep providing you helpful resources.
Stay tuned for a podcast series (1-2 months) and a downloadable and spiral bound illustrated gross anatomy atlas (Spring 2014)
Feel free to send me suggestions, complaints, questions, and reviews to firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck and thanks for stopping by!