I am the Dean of the School of Science and Mathematics at Mississippi College. Mississippi College is a small regional private university with about 5000 students. I earned a Ph.D. in Neuroscience at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Ohio State University College of Medicine. My scientific interest is in the area of Central Nervous System injury, which would include trauma to the brain such as head trauma or stroke, and spinal cord injury. I was a professor in the Neuroscience Department at the University of Mississippi Medical Center for 12 years where I taught first year medical students. I teach two courses at Mississippi College, Medical Physiology 1, and Human Neuroanatomy. Both courses cover the same content as found in a first year Medical School curriculum. My goal is to give my students, both graduate and undergraduate, the best possible training in preparation for post baccalaureate education. My hobbies are writing poetry, photography, University of Kentucky basketball, and Southeastern Conference football. My wonderful wife of 35 years, Cathy, and I have two miniature Schnauzers, Molly and Ellie. Please feel free to use the Contact Me tab if you would like to get in touch with me.
Stan A. Baldwin
“I am a brain, my dear Watson, and the rest of me is a mere appendage.”
– Sherlock Holmes-