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Chinenye Anako

Dr. Chinenye C. Anako

Lecturer and Coordinator, Anatomy and Physiology


School of Arts and Sciences



Office Location:

Jeffries Hall (170)

Office Hours:

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Educational Background

University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson, Az.
  • M.D.  2013
University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health Tucson, Az.
  • M.P.H.  Public Health Research and Advocacy, 2015
University of Arizona Tucson, Az.
  • B.S.H.S.  Physiology, 2007

Professional Experience

Georgian Court University, (2019-Present)
  • Lecturer and Coordinator, Anatomy and Physiology
Grand Canyon University, (2016 – 2019)
  • Adjunct Faculty, College of Science, Engineering and Technology.
Estrella Mountain Community College, (2016 – 2019)
  • Adjunct Faculty, Science Department.
  Post-Doctoral Training
  • University of Illinois/ St. Francis Hospital,  (2013 – 2014)
  • Medical Internship

Research / Creativity Interest Area

  • The Effect of Depression on the Autonomic Nervous System using Heart Rate Variability(HRV). Grand Canyon University.
  • Improving Malnutrition Rate by Increasing the Linkage between Mbagathi District Hospital and The Community. Kenya Medical Research Institute/Mbagathi District Hospital.
  • Factors affecting the health of women and children in Guinea Bissau. Guinea Bissau, West Africa.
  • Prevention of Traumatic Head Injuries with the Use of a Helmet. Maricopa County Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona.

Additional Information

  • The New Physician November/December Issue 2011. Letter to the Editor: No Room For The Physician’s Bias.
  • I-CATCH Stakeholders Forum- Nairobi Kenya. Topic: Public Health Internship Objectives and Results, 2012.            
  • SNMA Regional Conference UCSF. Topic: Health Care Reform, Diversity in Health Care and Medical Education, 2010.    
  • Developed educational videos on important concepts related to the Endocrine System, Reproductive System, Cardiovascular System, Respiratory System, Acid/Base Homeostasis, Urinary System, and Digestive System.


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