28CD Fenderson, Bruce A. - Thomas Jefferson University - Thomas Jefferson University

Bruce A. Fenderson, PhD

Contact Dr. Fenderson

1020 Locust Street
Alumni Hall, Suite 263
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-2256
(215) 955-5058 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Equivalence of students' scores on timed and untimed anatomy practical examinations
  2. Developmental and genetic diseases
  3. Croatian Medical Journal should be a source of great pride to Croatia and neighboring countries in Europe
  4. Professor Ivan Damjanov, the third recipient of Tomas Kent Award from the Group for Research in Pathology Education
  5. Staining embryonic stem cells using monoclonal antibodies to stage-specific embryonic antigens.
  6. Curricular reform may improve students' performance on externally administered comprehensive examinations
  7. Strategies for teaching pathology to graduate students and allied health professionals
  8. Balancing traditional values in academic medicine with advances in science and technology
  9. Characteristics of medical students completing an honors program in pathology
  10. Chapter 6 Uterine environment during the implantation of the embryo
  11. Effects of monoclonal antibody directed to Le(Y) on implantation in the mouse
  12. Relationship of students' perceptions of faculty to scholastic achievement: Are popular instructors better educators?
  13. The virtues of extended matching and uncued tests as alternatives to multiple choice questions
  14. Weekly mini-examinations (quizzes) based on extended-matching questions as a means for monitoring medical student performance
  15. Glycolipids of human primary testicular germ cell tumours
  16. Erratum: Glycolipids of human primary testicular germ cell tumours (British Journal of Cancer (1996) 74 (133-140))
  17. Monoclonal antibody directed to Le(y) oligosaccharide inhibits implantation in the mouse
  18. Testing of medical students with open-ended, uncued questions
  19. Globo-series carbohydrate antigens are expressed in different forms on human and murine teratocarcinoma-derived cells
  20. Embryonal carcinoma cells differentiate into parietal endoderm via an intermediate stage corresponding to primitive endoderm