Dr. Scott D. Zimmerman


Biomedical Sciences

Role: Faculty
Campus: Springfield

Postal mail

Missouri State University
Biomedical Sciences
901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897



  • PhD, 1997, University Of Wyoming 


  • BMS 308 Human Physiology
  • BMS 442/641 Physiology of the Cell
  • BMS 542/642 Physiology of Organ Systems
  • BMS 561/661 Medical and Pathologic Physiology
  • BMS 567/667 Physiology of Exercise Metabolism
  • BMS 573/673 Endocrine Physiology
  • BMS 585/685 Histology
  • BMS 701 Research in the Biomedical Sciences

Research and professional interests

  • Benefits of exercise in slowing processes related to Alzheimer's Disease.
  • Using exercise to slow or prevent neuro-degeneration.
  • Using case studies and other active learning strategies to increase learn gin and critical thinking.