Science & Health Faculty
Department Faculty Information
Associate Department Chair
Sr. Lab Associate, Science & Health
CLER SNYDER 277 4200 Clermont College Dr Batavia OH 45103-0162
Jill M. Gomez
Professor, CC Social Work
CC Facil Mgmt Bldg
Nestor T Hilvano
Professor, CC Biology
215T CLER MCDONH
Nestor T. Hilvano, M.D., M.P.H. is Professor of Biological Sciences in Department of Science and Health at University of Cincinnati, Clermont College and Professor Adjunct Affiliate of Doctor of Nursing Practice-Anesthesia at University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing. Dr. Hilvano teaches anatomy and physiology, microbiology, and advanced human physiology and pathophysiology courses. Prior to joining University of Cincinnati, Dr. Hilvano has a long history with Anatomical Science Education as Professor of Anatomy, Histology and Neurobiology at medical schools for eighteen years, has served as Chair of the Department of Anatomy at Far Eastern University-NRMF Institute of Medicine and St. Luke's Medical Center College of Medicine, and has private medical practice as primary care-family medicine and occupational health care physician. His research interests are in neuroscience localizing structures and neurochemical transmitters that affect somatosensory perception.
Dr. Hilvano is a Fellow in Anatomy Society and active member of the American Association for Anatomy (AAA). He has served as Career Development Mentor for the Mentor Match program, a virtual microscopy database user, and has served in the Committee for Early Career Anatomists, Advisory Committee for Young Anatomists, and Short Term Visiting Scholarship Committee of the AAA. He is a peer reviewer of abstracts and articles in anatomical-biomedical science and educational research, and external peer reviewer on anatomy video resource.
Assistant Professor Educator, CC Physical Therapy Assisting
285 CC West Woods Acad Cntr
She holds a B.S. in physical therapy from Marquette University and an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Cincinnati.
Her teaching content is in the area of acute care physical therapy and the medically complex patient. Most recently, her focus has been on improving collaboration and communication within the PT-PTA team. Prof. Shisler has established intraprofessional experiences with two local DPT programs and completed her master’s theses on the intraprofessional team as it relates to the entry-level skills for the acute care PTA.
Her goal as a faculty member is to relate her love for her patients and her profession to her students. Physical therapy is more than just treating a diagnosis, it is treating a person. She is also passionate about teaching physical therapists and student physical therapists the abundance of knowledge and skills that physical therapist assistants bring to the clinical setting and their patients.
Despite her teaching and administrative schedule, Prof. Shisler continues to work at The Christ Hospital in the acute care setting evaluating and treating people who are critically ill and/or recovering from medical and surgical diagnoses. She has been a practicing PT for over 30 years.
Emily Grace Westbrook
Assistant Professor, CC Chemistry
252N CC Snyder Addition
Clifford E. Larrabee
Affiliate or Student for Research