Meet the Ambassadors

Curious about what it's like to be a student in the Masters of Applied Anatomy Program? 

Our Anatomy Ambassadors are all current students and represent a wide variety of interests, backgrounds, and career goals. Send us an email at or request information here and we will put you in contact with the ambassador who can best answer your questions about the program.

Gretchen, MS in Anatomy, Class of 2022


Gretchen graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran College with a bachelor's degree in Sport and Exercise Science. Her future goal is to teach human anatomy in college classrooms.

Tabitha, MS in Anatomy, Class of 2022


Tabitha graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Natural Sciences focused on Biology and Chemistry with a minor in Africana Studies and Swahili. With the help of the Applied Anatomy program, she hopes to attend medical school to become a physician.

Andorwest, MS in Anatomy, Class of 2022


Andworest (Andy) graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in Biology. His future goal is to become a physician. He loves how this program is preparing him for a career in healthcare, giving him a strong foundation in anatomy while allowing him to still enjoy his other hobbies.  

Udhay, MS in Anatomy, Class of 2022


Udhay is a first year Applied Anatomy master’s candidate who graduated in 2016 from the University of Cincinnati earning two bachelor’s degrees in Biomedical Sciences and Women, Gender, and Sexuality studies. He, also, earned an associates degree in Chemistry and Paramedic sciences from the same university. He worked from 2016 to 2020 as a paramedic, partially during the COVID-19 pandemic. He plans on using the Applied Anatomy master’s program to build a solid anatomical and medical foundation to support his further pursuits in medical school post graduation. His ultimate goal is to be a trauma surgeon and work to serve underprivileged communities and teach future physicians in best practice.

Mark, MS in Anatomy, Class of 2022


Mark graduated from Oakland University with a degree in Health Science. With the anatomical knowledge and the teaching skills gained from this program, he plans to become a Physical Therapist as well as remain in academia as a part-time professor of human anatomy.