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researcher , Biology educator

Damon Charles Herbert, American biology educator, researcher. Edith Claypole fellow University California, 1970-1972; National Institutes of Health grantee, 1977-1981, 95—2008, National Science Foundation grantee, 1982-1985, March of Dimes grantee, 1986-1991.


Herbert, Damon Charles was born on April 15, 1945 in Bronx. Son of Bruce Morrison and Helen Catherine (Ebert) Herbert.


Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences, California State University, Chico, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy in Anatomy, University California, San Francisco, 1973.


Instructor department anatomy University Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, 1973-1974, assistant professor department anatomy, 1974-1978, associate professor department anatomy, 1978-1984, associate professor department cellular and structural biology, 1984-1995, professor department cellular and structural biology, since 1995, interim associate dean for student affairs/Graduate School biomedical, 1995-1999.


  • Other Work

    • Member editorial board Anatomical Record, 1979-1998, Endocrinology, 1987-1990, Tissue and Cell, since 1994. Author chapters in books, poetry, song lyrics. Contributor over 140 articles to professional journals.


Member session Madison Square Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, 1989-1992, 96-98, chair mission and peacemaking committees, 1990-1992. Dean of church school St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, 1979-1982. Member fellowship committee, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church San Antonio, since 2005, chair committee adult leaders Boy Scouts American, 1985-1988.

Member American Association Anatomists, Sigma Xi.


Married Marjorie Ellen Golden, August 20, 1967. Children: Garrick Todd, Michelle Lorraine.

Bruce Morrison Herbert

Helen Catherine (Ebert) Herbert

Marjorie Ellen Golden

Garrick Todd Herbert

Michelle Lorraine Herbert