Pathophysiology | A&P
Pathophysiology is a year-long class where we learn about disease and how it affects each system in the human body. We learn through real-world case studies and collaborate in order to diagnose complex cases. You will learn in a classroom and science lab in order to give you hands-on, engaging, and rigorous material.
Anatomy and Physiology covers a wide array of topics throughout the human body. This class is fast paces and will be preparing you for a health science-related career path. My goal is for you to leave here knowing more about the world around and within you. You will learn in a classroom and science lab in order to give you hands-on, engaging, and rigorous material.
Medical Microbiology is a course where students will study how microorganisms cause infection, identification and control of pathogens, disease transmission, antibiotic resistance, and immunity. Students will learn safe laboratory practices so that they can confidently engage in laboratory investigations throughout the course.
Pathophysiology I Forensic Science
I am beginning my 20th year in education and 2nd at KCAL. I teach Pathophysiology and Medical Microbiology. When not teaching, I enjoy traveling with my family, flyfishing, and golf. I have been married to my wife, Kelsie, for 13 years and we have two beautiful daughters, Noey (8) and Anna Kate (6).
Samantha is going into her third-year teaching Medical Microbiology at KCAL and being the head coach of swimming and diving at Timber Creek High School. Prior to teaching, she worked as a Medical Laboratory Scientist at Baylor All Saint’s Medical Center in Fort Worth for 1 year, and prior to that 5 years at Covenant Medical Center and Grace Medical Center in Lubbock, Texas. Coach Tudor completed her bachelor’s in Microbiology from Texas Tech University in 2011 and then a bachelor’s in Clinical Laboratory Sciences from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in 2012. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her son Owen, baking, and watching movies.
Practicum in EMT I & II l Pathophysiology l World Health Research
Chris Evans is a proud graduate of Texas Christian University with a Bachelors in History. Chris is entering his eighth year in education, and fourth year at KCAL. Prior to coming to KCAL, Chris taught eighth grade U.S. History as well as coached football, basketball and track. Before entering education, Chris worked as a licensed paramedic in the DFW area running 911 calls in southeast Dallas, Balch Springs, and Seagoville, as well as working for Careflite. Chris also supervised all medical services for venues such as American Airlines Center, Dallas Convention Center, Dos Equis Pavillion, Six Flags over Texas and Hurricane Harbor. During his career as a paramedic, Chris was able to work alongside bands such as U2, Metallica, and many others, to ensure the safety of concert goers. Currently, Chris teaches E.M.T., Pathophysiology and World Health Research, and is completing his Masters in Education.