Dr. Edward A. Franklin, Jr., teaches the upper level presentation of Human Anatomy & Physiology (BIOL-2020 and 2030) for the allied health professions, pre-doctorate students, nursing, and physical education students. He also teaches two major level General Biology labs, and assists with Integrated Science Labs.
In Dr. Franklin's classes, his students constantly work for excellence, mastering the material that they are studying. These are the tools in their toolbox that they will use every day, and what they will need to know to acquire more skills and knowledge as their education continues. He believes it is a lot of hard, but rewarding, work to master Anatomy & Physiology.
He is also the CCC Alumni Committee Chair, an Executive Board member of the CCC Foundation Board, and past Faculty Assembly Chair.
Dr. Franklin grew up in East Corning and graduated from CCC with an A.S. degree With Distinction. He went on to graduate from SUNY University of Buffalo with a B.A. in Biology, and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree Cum Laude from the Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa.
He operated an active and busy private chiropractic practice in Painted Post, NY, for 25 years before joining the CCC faculty.
I strive to apply what my students are studying in class to the real-world, demonstrating the importance of the material, rather than just exposing students to it as an abstract concept or fact.