Currently Teaching (2014-2015)
I received my PhD in human anatomy from the University of Minnesota in 1977 and began working at Northwestern in 1978. I have devoted my career to training doctors of chiropractic and have taught thousands of students about the wonders of the human body. I am as passionate about the study of anatomy now as I was when I first started teaching.
Wallace, Daniel H. A review of the Visual Man CD-ROM for anatomy. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 1996;10(1):10.
Wallace, Daniel H. A review of the anatomy of the suboccipital region by John WA Ducksworth. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 1989;2(4):19.
Wallace, Daniel H. Desktop video: innovative classroom instruction. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 1987;1(3):1,15-18.
Wallace, Daniel H. and Orion D. Hegre. Development in vitro of epithelial-cell monolayers derived from fetal rat pancreas. In Vitro. 1979;15(4):270-277.
Wallace, Daniel H. Effect of Serum and Guanosine 3', 5' Cyclic Monophosphate on Epithelioid Cell Monolayers Derived from Fetal Rat Pancreas: Morphometric Analysis. Anatomical Record. 1977;187:740.