Deidre Caskenette, MSc
Deidre Caskenette, MSc, obtained her Bachelor of Sciences degree in Specialized Honours in Human Kinetics with a minor in Biomedical Science from the University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario. She worked in public health and practised as a kinesiologist in rehabilitative, fitness and disability claims industries. She has ten years experience in disability claims as a functional assessor, medical reports editor and quality assurance manager. She went on to complete her Master of Science degree in Clinical Human Anatomy at Western University in London, Ontario. Here, she instructed health science students (medical, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, undergraduate level and nursing students) in anatomy courses. Teaching environments included gross dissection and dry labs as well as classroom lecture and online environments. Broadening her teaching repertoire, she taught English as a second language abroad with students of all ages and levels.
- Human Anatomy
- Medical Writing and Editing
- BSc Specialized Honours in Human Kinetics (Biomedical Science Minor)
- MSc Clinical Human Anatomy
- Certificate in University Teaching and Learning
Caskenette, D., Penuela, S., Lee, V., Barr, K., Beier, F., Laird, D.W., Willmore, K.E. Global deletion of Panx3 produces multiple phenotypic effects in mouse humeri and femora. Journal of Anatomy. 228 (5): 719-888. 2016