Kyle E. Rarey, Ph.D.

Kyle E. Rarey, Ph.D.Professor

DSB D2-32B
Email: rarey@ufl.edu
Phone: (352) 273-5753
Fax: (352) 392-3305


Education and Training

Ph.D., Anatomy – Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana (1977)
B.A., Zoology – Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (1969)

Postdoctoral Training

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Post doctoral fellowship, Inner Ear Microhomeostasis (1979-1981)

Major Teaching Responsibilities

Introduction to Clinical Medicine (ICM), Anatomy Director, ICM-1, ICM-2, ICM-3, and ICM-4

Online Medical Human Anatomy Course GMS5605, Course Director

Online Medical Human Anatomy Laboratory Course GMS5606L, Course Director

Online Medical Human Embryology, GMS5604, Course Director

Online Medical Human Anatomy by Diagnostic Imaging, GMS5613, Course Director

Awards and Professional Interests

UF College of Medicine Exemplary Teacher, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 (Became eligible in 2011)

UF College of Medicine Teacher of the Year, five-time recipient, 1987-88, 1989-90, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1998-99 (Recognized by entire student body)

Basic Science Teacher of the Year, College of Medicine, nine-time recipient, 1993-94, 1995-96,1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2006-07 (Recognized by graduating senior class)

Co-Recipient of the Golden Apple Teaching Award for recognition of the best Basic Science course, Clinical Human Anatomy, eleven-time recipient, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04.

Teaching Scholars Award for Sustained Excellence, 2005 – First basic science faculty member at UFCOM to receive this award.

Florida Blue Key Distinguished Faculty Award, 1996

Teaching Improvement Award, College of Medicine, 1996

Charter Member, UF College of Medicine Society of Teaching Scholars, May 2000

Advisory Board member of Gray’s Anatomy for Students, August 2002.

Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars Committee, 2004

Selected as a Faculty Fellow for a LCME Survey Team, Tulane University School of Medicine, January, 2003

Selected as Member of LCME Survey Team, University of Chicago School of Medicine, October, 2004

Selected as Member of LCME Survey Team, Medical College of Georgia, January, 2008

Section head for Research in Medical Education (RIME) of the SGEA Southeast section of the AAMC, 2003-2005

Member of the National Steering Committee for Research in Medical Education (RIME) of the AAMC, 2003-2005

National Chair of RIME Section for the Group on Educational Affairs of the AAMC, 2006-2008

Recognized by Division of Sponsored Research as having one of the Top 100 Research Laboratories (out of 1500+) in procuring research funds at the University of Florida, 1991-92

Selected to Who’s Who of the South and Southeast, 1994

Selected to International Who’s Who in Medicine, 1994

Selected to Who’s Who of the World, 1996

Ad-Hoc Reviewer, NIHDCD Hearing Study Section, 1990-1997

Scientific Fellow Award, American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, 1995

EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP: DESIGNED-INNOVATION

Co-established College of Medicine education funding while a co-director of the College of Medicine Education Center

Co-designed the White Coat Ceremony at the end of the second year of training

Co-designed the Class Code of Ethics for beginning of first year of training

Co-designed the Society of Teaching Scholars at UF COM

Co-created medical education week and medical education banquet with recognition of faculty staff, and students.

Co-created faculty development program; first to include Jacksonville faculty via teleconferencing and using Starke as a learning site; only program that bridges between the two faculty groups. Co-Directed 4 cohorts of faculty in the master educators’ fellowship program (an eighteen month certificate program) at UF COM

Promoted and recruited faculty from other health science colleges to participate in the Master Educator Fellowship Programs.

Co-created the resident training programs as part of the college’s faculty development program

Co-created the commemorative service for the clinical human anatomy course

Created the research in medical education (RIME) elective for senior medical students

Created the ‘Becoming an effective resident teacher (BERT)’ elective for senior medical students

Created two additional online anatomy courses for Spring 2014 offering
-Medical Human Embryology
-Medical Human Anatomy by Diagnostic Imaging

Academic Appointments

January 2008-June 2010 Senior Associate Dean for Educational Affairs, Interim

2002-2008 Associate Dean for Program Evaluation and Faculty Development

1997-2000 Assistant Dean for Program Evaluation

1994-present Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, and Department of Otolaryngology

1987-1994 Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology and Department of Otolaryngology

1984-1987 Assistant Professor , Departments of Anatomy and Cell Biology, and Otolaryngology, College of Medicine, University of Florida

1981-1984 Assistant Research Scientist, Kresge Hearing Research Institute, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University of Michigan Medical School

1997-2000 Co-Director, University of Florida College of Medicine Education Center (COMEC)

1998-2005 Chair, University of Florida College of Medicine Academic Status Committee

1997-2008 Chair, University of Florida College of Medicine Evaluation Subcommittee

2000-2008 Member, Performance-Based Examination Oversight Committee

1997-2000 LCME Coordinator for the UF College of Medicine

2005-2007 LCME Coordinator for the UF College of Medicine

References

Rarey, K.E.Chapter: The Ear, In Ross,, M., and Romrell, L.J.: Histology – A Text and Atlas, 2nd Edition. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, 1991 (Also published in Chinese; and Spanish and Portuguese by Pan Americana).

Romrell, L.J., Mancuso, A.A., Larkin, L.H., Rarey, K.E., Manhan, P.E., and Ross, M.H. Sectional Anatomy of the Head and Neck with Correlative Diagnostic Imaging. Kohlhammer, Stuttgard, Germany (German and Foreign Language Editions); Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, (English Edition) 1994.

Rarey, K.E., Romrell, L.J., Pawlina, W., Rosenberg, J.J. Manual of Human Dissection. Gold Standard Multimedia, Gainesville, 1994.

Rarey, K.E., Romrell, L.J., Pawlina, W., Rathe, R.J., and Rosenberg, J.J. Human Anatomy: Videodisc and Software Program. Gold Standard Multimedia, Inc., Gainesville, FL, 1994.

Rarey, K.E., Romrell, L.J. Clinical Human Embryology. Software Program. Gold Standard Multimedia, Inc., Gainesville, FL, 2001.

Miller, S.A., Perrotti, W., Silverthorn D.U., Dalley, A.F., and Rarey. K.E. From college to clinic: reasoning over memorization is key for understanding anatomy. Anat Rec 269:69-80, 2002.  Pubmed

Rarey, K.E., Novak, M.A., and Good, M.L. University of Florida College of Medicine. Acad. Med 85: S152-155, 2010.  Pubmed

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