Rustin E. Reeves, Ph.D. Rustin Reeves Rustin E. Reeves, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Cell Biology and Genetics at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Dr. Reeves is a Listserve Co-administrator for the American Association of Clinical Anatomy (AACA) and has served as a council member of that association for the past two years. His teaching specialty is the human anatomy and he currently teaches medical students and graduate students in a dissection-based human anatomy program. Dr. Reeves' research interest is in the promotion of science, health, and medicine to K-12 students through a variety of science education outreach programs. As Principal Investigator of Project SCORE, a National Science Foundation funded outreach program, he sponsors graduate students to assist high school teachers in presenting current biology, biotechnology, and biomedical science to their students.
Rustin E. Reeves Ph.D.