Department of Anatomy (1994-2013): current position – Professor. Ph.D. - Anatomy & Structural Biology, University of Pennsylvania; Post-doctoral fellowship - Cardiovascular Training in Electron Optical Research, University of Pennsylvania; Microbiology post-doctoral fellowship, University of Pennsylvania. Dr. DiLullo’s bioscience research is broadly focused on the differentiation and early development of various cell types including myocytes, neurons and red blood cells. Specifically her work has focused on the temporal and spatial appearance of cell specific proteins during the process of cellular differentiation. Dr. DiLullo’s educational research is centered on the enhancement of learning and the development of expertise for multigenerational cohorts and for medical training. Research has generated learning strategies, online learning tools and assessment instruments. Dr. DiLullo is a member of the Pennsylvania Muscle Institute and the Center for Chronic Disorders of Aging. She currently serves on the Medical Education Advisory Board for Elsevier, Inc.; Advisory Board and Educational Outreach Committee for LaSalle University Art Museum.
Biography Updated on 1 February 2013