Wisco, Jonathan

Physiology & Developmental Biology

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2028  LSB
Provo, UT 84602
(801) 422-2402

Associate Professor

Curriculum Vitae

 Biography
Dr. Jonathan J. Wisco is Associate Professor and Director of the Laboratory for Translational Anatomy of Degenerative Disease and Developmental Disorders, College of Life Sciences, Department of Physiology and Developmental Biology, and Neuroscience Center at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. He is also Associate Director of the BYU MRI Research Facility. Dr. Wisco holds an Adjunct Associate Professor position in the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at the University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT.

Dr. Wisco earned his B.S. in Biology at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA in 2004, and Ph.D. in Anatomy and Neurobiology from the Boston University School of Medicine in 2003. He completed postdoctoral work in Radiology at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging and Massachusetts General Hospital, Cambridge, MA in 2006. He was an Assistant and an Associate Professor of Integrative Anatomy at the David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) until 2012.
 Teaching Interests
As part of his teaching responsibilities, Dr. Wisco is interested in anatomical sciences pedagogy, namely the effectiveness of service-learning in helping students gain and appreciate life-long learning skills. Dr. Wisco directs Anatomy Academy, an elementary school outreach and research program that teaches anatomy, physiology and nutrition concepts to 5th grade students as part of their physical education. The program is integrated with language arts to encourage self-reflection on health issues. Anatomy Academy aims to combat the obesity epidemic through educational intervention, and is a multi-institutional and multi-disciplinary collaboration between the disciplines of medicine, dentistry, nursing, public health, public policy and education.

Dr. Wisco is currently the primary mentor for nearly 30 undergraduate students and four graduate students, and supervises the training of 80 teaching assistants for the BYU Human Anatomy course.

For a list of education scholarship and grant awards, please refer to his CV.
 Research Interests
Dr. Wisco’s research encompasses three primary themes: 1) improving diagnostic and prognostic technologies for Alzheimer’s disease, cerebrovascular disease, autism and schizophrenia; 2) understanding the anatomical etiology for dysphonia disorders and synovial joint injuries; 3) examining the impact and role of service-learning through Anatomy Academy on the development of life-long learning skills at the undergraduate pre-professional, and graduate professional education levels.
 Administrative Positions
Associate Director
Representing the College of Life Sciences, I assist the Director with the administrative and academi .... more
 Education
  • Ph.D., Anatomy and Neurobiology, Boston University School of Medicine, 2003
  • B.S., Biology, University of Washington, 1994
 Experience

Academic - Post-Secondary
  • Assistant Professor, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, 2006-2012
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in Radiology, Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging/MGH/Harvard/MIT, 2003-2006
  • Adjunct Instructor of Anatomy, Simmons College, 2003-2006
  • Adjunct Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology, Middlesex Community College, 2003-2004

 Memberships
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS), 2014-Present
  • American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA), 2008-Present
  • International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE), 2007-Present
  • International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), 2005-Present
  • American Association of Anatomists (AAA), 2000-Present
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1999-Present
  • Sigma Xi Honorary Scientific Society, 1999-Present
  • Society for Neuroscience (SfN), 1998-Present
  • Mormon History Association, 2014-2015
 Honors and Awards
  • BYU Chapter, Golden Key International Honour Society : Honorary Member
  • American Association of Anatomists : 2013 Basmajian Award
  • International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) : Best Abstract
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : PBL Tutor of Excellence
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : American Medical Student Association (AMSA), UCLA chapter Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence
  • International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) : Best e-Demo Presentation Award
  • International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) : Finalist, Best Poster Presentation Award
  • Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA), Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) : Great Ideas for Teaching
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : PBL Tutor of Excellence
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : PBL Tutor of Excellence
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : American Medical Student Association (AMSA), UCLA chapter Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence
  • The Western Neuroradiological Society (WNRS) : Gabriel H. Wilson Award for Best Paper
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : PBL Tutor of Excellence
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : American Medical Student Association (AMSA), UCLA chapter Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : PBL Tutor of Excellence
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : PBL Tutor of Excellence
  • David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA : PBL Tutor of Excellence
  • Boston University School of Medicine : Henry I. Russek Student Achievement Day 1st Prize Award
  • Boston University School of Medicine : Excellence in Teaching for Dental Gross Anatomy
  • Boy Scouts of America, Troop 740 (Gresham, OR) : Eagle Scout
 Courses Taught

Winter 2017
  • NEURO 449R: Neuro Research Experience Section 026
  • NEURO 649R: Laboratory Research Section 008
  • NEURO 799R: Doctoral Dissertation Section 004
  • PDBIO 220: Human Anatomy (with lab) Section 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018, 019, 020, 021, 022, 023, 024, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029, 030, 031, 032, 033, 034, 035, 036, 037, 038
  • PDBIO 320: Dissection Tech Human Anatomy Section 001
  • PDBIO 349R: PDBio Teaching Seminar Section 019, 020, 024
  • PDBIO 363: Adv Physiology Lab Section 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 015, 016
  • PDBIO 494R: Undergraduate Research Section 018
  • PDBIO 495R: Adv Undgraduate Research Section 018
  • PDBIO 520R: Adv Topics in Human Anatomy Section 001
Fall 2016
  • NEURO 449R: Neuro Research Experience Section 020
  • NEURO 649R: Laboratory Research Section 007
  • NEURO 799R: Doctoral Dissertation Section 005
  • PDBIO 220: Human Anatomy (with lab) Section 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018, 019, 020, 021, 022, 023, 024, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029, 030, 031, 032, 033, 034, 035, 036, 037, 038, 039, 040, 041, 042
  • PDBIO 320: Dissection Tech Human Anatomy Section 001, 002, 003
  • PDBIO 349R: PDBio Teaching Seminar Section 017, 018, 019, 026
  • PDBIO 450R: Topics in Physiol & Dev Bio Section 005
  • PDBIO 494R: Undergraduate Research Section 018
  • PDBIO 495R: Adv Undgraduate Research Section 018
  • PDBIO 520R: Adv Topics in Human Anatomy Section 001
  • PDBIO 649R: Laboratory Research Section 017
  • PDBIO 650R: Selected Topics in PDBio/Neuro Section 005
  • PDBIO 699R: Master's Thesis Section 017
Summer 2016
  • NEURO 449R: Neuro Research Experience Section 022, 026
  • PDBIO 320: Dissection Tech Human Anatomy Section 002
  • PDBIO 349R: PDBio Teaching Seminar Section 002
  • PDBIO 494R: Undergraduate Research Section 019
  • PDBIO 495R: Adv Undgraduate Research Section 019
  • PDBIO 550R: Advanced Topics Section 009
Spring 2016
  • PDBIO 220: Human Anatomy (with lab) Section 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 009, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014
  • PDBIO 349R: PDBio Teaching Seminar Section 007
  • PDBIO 494R: Undergraduate Research Section 019
  • PDBIO 495R: Adv Undgraduate Research Section 019
  • PDBIO 649R: Laboratory Research Section 017

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Harvey JA, Call Z, Peterson K, Wisco JJ. 2015. Weave Pattern of Accessory Heads to the Anterior Digastric Muscle. Surg Radiol Anat.  doi:DOI 10.1007/s00276-014-1401-8

Mason NL, Christiansen M, Wisco JJ. 2015. 3D reconstruction and heat map of porcine recurrent laryngeal nerve anatomy: branching and spatial location. 120(3):184-191.

Wisco JJ, Young S, Rabedeaux P, Lerner SD, Wimmers PF, Byus C, Guzman CR. 2015. Student Perceived Value of Anatomy Pedagogy, Part I: Prosection or Dissection?. 1(2):15-20.  doi:10.4137/JMECD.S17496

Wisco JJ, Thakur S, Stark ME. 2014. Exposure to ACGME core competencies through mentored research. J Med Ed Curr Dev. 1(1):29-39.  doi:10.4137/JMECD.S17498

Stark ME, Safir I, Wisco JJ. 2014. Probabilistic Mapping of the Cervical Sympathetic Trunk Ganglia. Autonomic Neuroscience.

Chang Y, Cantelmi D, Wisco JJ, Fattah A, Hannam AG, Agur AM. 2013. Evidence for the Functional Compartmentalization of the Temporalis Muscle: A 3-Dimensional Study of Innervation. J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 71:1170-1177.

Wisco JJ, Payne S, Stark ME. 2012. Creation of an Interactive Learning Module of 3D Virtual Osteological Structures. Medical Science Educator. 22(4):208-209.

Ajijola OA, Wisco JJ, Lambert HW, Mahajan A, Stark ME, Shivkumar K. 2012. Extra-cardiac neural remodeling in humans with cardiomyopathy. Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology. :1010-1016.

Wisco JJ, Stark ME, Safir I, Rahman S. 2012. A Heat Map of Superior Cervical Ganglion Location Relative to the Common Carotid Artery Bifurcation. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 114(2):462–465.

Kuvhenguhwa M, Kotter H, Wisco JJ. 2012. Congenital bilateral absence of the flexor digitorum longus muscle. Clinical Anatomy. 25(8):963–965.

Mendelsohn AH, DeConde A, Lambert HW, Dodson SC, Daney BT, Stark ME, Berke GS, Wisco JJ. 2011. Cervical Variations of the Phrenic Nerve. The Laryngoscope. 121(9):1920-1923.

Wisco JJ, Payne S, Kim S, Stark ME. 2011. Creation of a Video-Based Learning Module of Extraocular Muscles’ Structure and Function. Medical Science Educator. 21(3S):264-265.

Pannell WC, Wisco JJ. 2011. A Novel Saphenous Nerve Plexus With Important Clinical Correlations. Clinical Anatomy. 24(8):994-996.

Novak SH, Quinn M, Canan T, Metten S, Wisco JJ, Wimmers PF, Uijtdehaage S. 2011. A New Approach to Learning How to Teach: medical students as instructional designers. Medical Education Online. 16:7252.

Abstract

Nazaran A, Wisco JJ, Bangerter NK. 2016. A novel method for automated cytoarchitectonic parcellation of the rhesus monkey neocortex.

Ray G, Lassetter JH, Wisco JJ. 2016. Anatomy academy: The positive impact on student nurses.

Brennan TA, San Diego ES, Rollins CT, Duran CE, Gray TH, Weeks JJ, Lambert HW, Wisco JJ. 2016. Digital Mapping of the Maxillary Division of the Trigeminal Nerve: The PPG Nerve Branches.

San Diego ES, Rollins CT, Brennan TA, Duran CE, Gray TH, Weeks JJ, Lambert HW, Wisco JJ. 2016. Digital Mapping of the Maxillary Division of the Trigeminal Nerve: The Superior Alveolar Nerve Branches.

Adams JS, Nelson H, Strong E, Klappa S, Wisco JJ. 2016. Doctor of Physical Therapy Student’s Participation in Teaching Basic Science Concepts in the Community Outreach Program, Anatomy Academy.

Smith DT, Cook SL, Gillespie M, Reynolds HC, Stevens KA, Wisco JJ. 2016. High-speed video capture of anterior cruciate ligament tear.

Poornejad N, Wisco JJ, Roeder BL, Cook AD. 2016. Non-Invasive Structural Investigation of Renal Scaffold by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

Wisco JJ, Cutler C, Morton DA. 2016. Practical skills of video production and editing toward impactful flipped classroom content.

Lassetter JH, Macintosh CI, Williams M, Ray GL, Driessnack M, Wisco JJ. 2016. Psychometric testing of self-efficacy & recall questionnaires for children. Communicating Nursing Research Conference Proceedings.

Wisco JJ, Steed KS, Morton DA. 2016. Riddle me this? - constructing effective multiple-choice questions.

Gray TH, Cowley TE, Bair RJ, Wisco JJ. 2016. Rotator cuff muscle fiber directions on cadaveric specimens during phases of baseball pitching.

Nguyen SE, Doxey CR, Hutchinson B, Nielson AL, Nguyen JL, Golightly TR, Kirwan CB, Wisco JJ. 2016. The Effect of Students’ Emotional Maturity on Their Perception of Test Question Fairness: An fMRI and Focus Group Study.

Nguyen SE, Nguyen JL, Hutchinson B, Wisco JJ. 2016. The relationship between emotional quotient (EQ) and perception of assessment fairness in pre-professional students.

Wisco JJ, Nazaran A, Jeffs D, Heldt B, Kudlacek J, Lambert HW, Morton DA, Watt RK, Vinters HV, Bangerter NK. 2016. Using ultra-short echo time (UTE) MRI to visualize Alzheimer’s and cerebrovascular disease pathophysiology.

Mason NL, Wisco JJ. 2015. 3D rendering of porcine recurrent laryngeal neuroanatomy.

Avondet MR, Gray T, Jorgensen A, Wisco JJ. 2015. Analysis of rotator cuff muscle attachments in the late cocking and follow through phases of baseball pitching on cadaveric specimens.

Gamboa JE, Sanders L, Dorius G, Morton DA, Wisco JJ. 2015. Anatomical analysis of the ulnar collateral ligament in cadaveric specimens and implications for joint stability and surgical recovery.

Gillespie M, Smith D, Hurd R, Wisco JJ. 2015. High-speed video capture of anterior cruciate ligament femoral avulsion.

Jorgensen AM, Avondet MR, Gardiner B, Robison S, Wisco JJ. 2015. MicroScribe 3D analysis of the rotator cuff muscles compared to MRI reconstruction of the same muscles.

Jorgensen A, Gardiner B, Hilton A, Lambert HW, Wisco JJ. 2015. MRI reconstruction and 3D print of coronary vessels to aid in coronary bypass preoperative teaching and preparation.

Adhikari RD, Burt SR, Bangerter NK, Watt RK, Vinters HV, Wisco JJ. 2015. Relaxation properties of iron-bound AD-associated proteins.

Nazaran A, Bangerter NK, Lambert HW, Wisco JJ. 2015. Resolving normally indistinguishable tissue inhomogeneities using 3D cones ultra short echo time MRI.

Mason NL, Robison S, Benvie A, Wisco JJ. 2015. Use of high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging to reconstruct recurrent laryngeal nerve structure in 3D.

Gardiner B, Robison S, Wisco JJ. 2014. 3D printing from MRI data of stroke and Alzheimer’s disease subjects: An educational model of neurologic disease. FASEB J. 28(728.4).

Gardiner B, Robison S, Wisco JJ. 2014. Customizing 3D printed models from MRI data: Creating educational anatomy models of neurologic disease.

Wisco JJ, Nazaran A, Vinters HV, Bangerter NK. 2014. Methodology for computing white matter nerve fiber orientation in human histological slices.

Nazaran A, Bangerter NK, Perkins K, Park D, Vinters HV, Wisco JJ. 2014. MR relaxometry of short-T2 tissues using 3D ultra-short echo time MRI in ex vivo brain with known Braak VI taopathy.

Adhikari RD, Burt SR, Bangerter NK, Watt RK, Vinters HV, Wisco JJ. 2014. Relaxation properties of iron-bound AD-associated proteins.

Barlow SH, Herrington BJ, Hansen M, Salin A, Barzee B, Steed K, Stone M, Bridgewater J, Kavafyan T, Stark ME, et al. 2014. Spatial correlation between iron, amyloid plaques, and tau tangles in the entorhinal cortex.

Herrington BJ, Barzee B, Barlow SH, Robison S, Hansen M, Salin A, Stone M, Bridgewater J, Kavafyan T, Steed K, et al. 2014. The spatial relationship between iron, tangles, and plaques in the subiculum.

Jorgensen A, Wisco JJ. 2014. 3D imaging of the muscle fibers of the supraspinatus for improved rotator cuff repair. FASEB J. 28(923.9).

Anderson DC, Zibetti K, Schmalz N, Stark ME, Wisco JJ. 2014. 3D MicroScribe analysis of the gluteus medius and hip rotator muscles. Clin Anat.

Hainsworth NC, Gillespie M, Wisco JJ. 2014. Analyzing structural differences in quadriceps femoris tendon fibers using MicroScribe technology. Clin Anat.

Russell RA, Robison S, Vogelsang D, Wisco JJ. 2014. Anatomic and dynamic position MRI and 3D reconstructions of the ankle. Clin Anat.

McCleve J, White E, Lassetter JH, Ray GL, Seastrand GE, Steed K, Morton DA, Wisco JJ, Wilson-Ashworth H. 2014. Anatomy Academy promotes the intellectual and professional development of undergraduate students through an experiential learning environment.

Jorgensen A, Gardiner B, Robison S, Lambert HW, Morton DA, Wisco JJ. 2014. Application of the Sihler’s technique to expose cardiac plexus fibers. Clin Anat.

Wisco JJ, Peterson D, Harvey J, Peterson K, Vogelsang D, Brown J, Wiseman B, Long B, Call Z. 2014. Development of an anatomy practical assessment format that can be graded using Scantron technology. Clin Anat.

Clayton II CC, Edmunds KJ, Labinpuno VR, Nixon AT, Dorius TG, Sanders L, Morton DA, Wisco JJ. 2014. Digital mapping of lingual nerve branches between the buccal surface of the sublingual gland and the mandibular gingiva. Clin Anat.

Lambert HW, Kennedy PM, Whipp KP, Anderson ZV, Radow MK, Clarkson MJ, Fox JN, Wisco JJ. 2014. Expanding translational research and scholarsly output through clinician and student involvement. Clin Anat.

Wisco JJ, Steed K, Lassetter JH, Ray GL, Seastrand GE, Morton DA, Wilson-Ashworth H. 2014. How to establish a service-learning program in the local community to augment your classroom curriculum objectives: The Anatomy Academy model.

Wisco JJ, Steed K, Lassetter JH, Ray GL, Seastrand GE, Morton DA, Wilson-Ashworth H. 2014. How to establish a service-learning program in the local community to augment your classroom curriculum objectives: The Anatomy Academy model.

Gamboa J, Wisco JJ. 2014. Microarchitectural analysis of the ulnar collateral ligament to inform its reconstruction. Clin Anat.

Avondet M, Jorgensen A, Gamboa J, Wisco JJ. 2014. MicroScribe 3D analysis of the proximal and distal attachments of the rotator cuff muscles. Clin Anat.

Vogelsang D, Russell RA, Wisco JJ. 2014. MRI-safe device for holding ankle in measured, fixed, dynamic position. Clin Anat.

Vogelsang D, Clayton II CC, Frampton SB, Ray GL, Brown LB, Lassetter JH, Wisco JJ. 2014. Teaching healthy eating and cooking helps Polynesian and Pacific Islander participants make nutritious food choices. FASEB J. 28(721.26).

Gillespie M, Jorgensen A, Wilkes D, Wisco JJ. 2014. Tear analysis of the anterior cruciate ligament using a novel staining method. FASEB J. 28(914.8).

Peterson D, Vogelsang D, Wisco JJ. 2014. Three-Dimensional modeling of facial nerve VII. FASEB J. 28(726.3).

Peterson D, Vogelsang D, Wisco JJ. 2014. Three-dimensional modeling of the somatic facial nerve and its terminal branches. Clin Anat.

Mageno A, Tullis A, Steed K, McCleve J, White E, Lassetter JH, Ray GL, Seastrand GE, Morton DA, Wilson-Ashworth H, et al. 2014. Who is the teacher and who is the student? The dual service- and engaged-learning pedagogical model in Anatomy Academy.

Book

Wisco JJ. 2012. Anterior Triangle of the Neck, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Brain, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Breast, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Cerebrum, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. CN I: Olfactory Nerve, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. CN II: Optic Nerve, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. CN IX: Glossopharyngeal Nerve, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. CN X: Vagus Nerve, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. CN XI: Spinal Accessory Nerve, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. CN XII: Hypoglossal Nerve, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. External and Middle Ear, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Hepatic Portal System, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Innervation of Gut Tube, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Internal Ear, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Lymphatic System, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Lymphatics, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Lymphatics: Abdominal Viscera, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Lymphatics: Limbs, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Lymphatics: Pelvis, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Lymphatics: Perineum, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Lymphatics: Thorax, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Pelvic and Perineal Innervation, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Posterior Triangle of the Neck, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Root of the Neck, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Superficial Face, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Veins: Abdominal Caval Veins, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Veins: Pelvis, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Veins: Perineum, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Ventral Rami: Lumbar Plexus, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Wisco JJ. 2012. Ventral Rami: Sacral Plexus, IN: AnatomyONE. David Morton, PhD, editors. Salt Lake City, UT: Amirsys. <website>

Conference Proceedings

Wisco JJ, Tanner KM, Wang H, Miller R, Kaggie J, Robison S, Thomson SL, Hunter E, Bangerter NK, Mason NL. 2016. Ex-vivo high-resolution MRI of the porcine larynx and segmentation of neurovascular structures.

Wisco JJ, Cook SL, Gillespie MA, Stevens KA, Reynolds HC, Hurd R, Smith DT. 2016. High-speed Video Capture of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tearing.

Hunter EJ, Thomson SL, Wisco JJ, Tanner KM. 2016. National repository for laryngeal data.

Wisco JJ, Morton DA. 2015. Pedagogy and Skills for Producing Flipped Classroom and Just-in-Time Teaching Materials.

Wisco JJ. 2015. Wake up! - Engaging verbal & nonverbal 5th grade students at the inclusive Anatomy Academy.

Creative Contribution

Wisco JJ, Seferovich H. 2014. Bodies Filled with Light.

Presentations

Wisco JJ, Tanner KM, Wang H, Miller R, Kaggie J, Robison S, Thomson SL, Hunter E, Bangerter NK, Mason NL. Ex-vivo high-resolution MRI of the porcine larynx and segmentation of neurovascular structures. 14th Biennial Phonosurgery Symposium. Madison, WI. 2016 .

Smith ME, Tanner KM, Dromey CD, Berardi ML, Mattei LM, Wisco JJ, Hunter EJ. Effects of voice-sparing cricotracheal resection on phonation in adult women. American Laryngological Association Spring Meeting at COSM. Chicago, Illinois. 2016 .

Wisco JJ. Wake up! - Engaging verbal & nonverbal 5th grade students at the inclusive Anatomy Academy. Current Trends in Autism. Boston, MA. 2015 .

Wisco JJ. The New Anatomy in Teaching, Service, and Research. Series on Full Circle Mentoring. Boston, MA. 2015 .

Wisco JJ. Rigor, Relationships and Relevance: The dual service- and engaged-learning model of Anatomy Academy. American Association of Clinical Anatomists Regional Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT. 2015 .

Wisco JJ. Rigor, Relationships and Relevance: The dual service- and engaged-learning model of Anatomy Academy. Utah County Academy of Sciences Annual Kickoff Meeting. Orem, UT. 2015 .

Wisco JJ. What every young investigator needs to know about establishing a basic or clinical science research program and where to get help. American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. 2015 .

Wisco JJ, Steed K, Lassetter J, Ray G, Morton DA, Wilson-Ashworth H, Stark ME, Seastrand GE. A service-learning university-community partnership stewardship: The Anatomy Academy model. Center for the Improvement of Teacher Education & Schooling (CITES) Leaders Conference. St. George, UT. 2015 .

Wisco JJ. Necessity is the mother of educational invention: A journey of discovering and developing electronic pedagogical tools for gross anatomy and histology. American Association of Anatomists. 2014 .

Bowden J, Mitchell UH, Wisco JJ. Intervertebral disc fluid flow changes using traction: a cadaveric pilot study. SWACSM Annual Conference. Costa Mesa, CA. 2014 .

Wisco JJ. Re-inventing Your Career Paradigm to Capitalize on Curriculum Reform. Department of Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series. Dallas, TX. 2013 .

Wisco JJ, Diaz M, Schmalz N, Steed KS, Jenkins K, Morton D, Lassetter JH. Anatomy Academy: A model program for exposing pre-professional and undergraduate medical and allied health sciences students to the six ACGME Core Competencies. International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). St. Andrews, Scotland. 2013 .

Wisco JJ. Extreme Makeover - Anatomy Edition: How a paradigm shift in pedagogy re-built and re-tooled anatomy into an essential clinical science at a medical school and undergraduate institution. Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS). Las Vegas, NV. 2013 .

Wisco JJ, Diaz M, Padilla J, Ojukwu K. Anatomy Academy exposes undergraduate and medical students to all ACGME core competencies through an experiential learning environment. American Association of Anatomists (AAA). Boston, MA. 2013 .

Wisco JJ, Stark ME. Extreme makeover - Anatomy Edition: How a paradigm shift in pedagogy helped shape anatomy into an essential clinical science. American Association of Anatomists (AAA). Boston, MA. 2013 .

Wisco JJ, Stark ME, Lambert HW. “Getting a piece of the clinical research pie" - How and why translational research should matter to you, and where to start. American Association of Anatomists (AAA). Boston, MA. 2013 .

Wisco JJ, Hageman NS, Ajijola OA, Lambert HW, Fox JN, Mahajan A, Fishbein MC, Shivkumar K, Stark ME. Visualization of stellate ganglion local neuronal density remodeling in chronic MI. American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA). St. George's, Grenada. 2012 .

Kippers V, Wisco JJ, Stark ME, Bee M, Shaw P. Innovations in Anatomy Education: Does Innovative Technology Inspire Innovative Teaching or Does Innovative Teaching Drive the Need for Innovative Technology? The Chicken and Egg Scenario of Advancing Medical Education for Anatomy and Histology Pedagogy. International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). Portland, OR. 2012 .

Wisco JJ, Korin TL, Wimmers P, Stark ME. Integration of PBL cases into gross anatomy laboratory experiences followed by a modified TBL formative assessment: pedagogy using the best of both worlds. American Association of Anatomists (AAA). San Diego, CA. 2012 .

Safir I, Wisco JJ, Stark ME. Statistical mapping of the cervical sympathetic chain. American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA). Columbus, OH. 2011 .

Wisco JJ. Anatomical correlates of cardiac electrical conduction. Electrophysiology Fellows seminar series. Los Angeles, CA. 2011 .

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