Dr. Darang is an adjunct faculty for Medical Assisting and Health Studies programs. She currently teaches Anatomy & Physiology I and II and Microbiology. She's passionate about innovative teaching methods and activities that promote critical thinking and in-depth learning.


M.D. and B.S. St. Louis University, Philippines

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Dr. Darang presented a lecture on the “Pedagogical Value of Medical T.V. Shows” at the 7th Annual National Conference on Allied Health Education hosted by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). This was immediately followed by another similar presentation, Medical TV and Instructional Strategies, at the72nd Educational Program and Annual Meeting hosted by the American Medical Technologists. The focus of her presentations was not only on the Medical TV shows’ profound impact on how the public views medicine and medical careers, but also, it’s educational advantages and how effective they could be as a teaching tool.