education and training
- Ph.D. in Biology, Northeastern University - (Boston, Massachusetts, United States) 2009
- M.S. in Applied Anatomy and Physiology, Boston University - (Boston, Massachusetts, United States) 1999
- B.S. in Exercise Physiology, University of Massachusetts Lowell - (Lowell, Massachusetts, United States) 1997
- O'Neil-Pirozzi, T. M., Musler, J. L., Carney, M., Day, L., Hamel, P. C., & Kirwin, J. (2019). Impact of Early Implementation of Experiential Education on the Development of Interprofessional Education Knowledge and Skill Competencies.. J Allied Health. 48(2), e53-e59.
- Day, L. J. (2018). A gross anatomy flipped classroom effects performance, retention, and higher‐level thinking in lower performing students. Anatomical Sciences Education. 11(6), 565-574.
- Day, L. (2016). Effective teaching and learning: Overview of research and tools to use to reach the millennial student. HAPS Educator. 20(3), 84-89.
- KAMALI, M., DAY, L. J., BROOKS, D. H., ZHOU, X., & O'MALLEY, D. M. (2009). Automated identification of neurons in 3D confocal datasets from zebrafish brainstem. JOURNAL OF MICROSCOPY. 233(1), 114-131.
- Digital Maze awarded by National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance 2008 - 2009
awards and honors