Paul Standley

Paul Standley trained as a vascular physiologist at Wayne State University (WSU) School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan. After earning his Ph.D. in Physiology, he completed a post doctoral fellowship in the Division of Endocrinology and Hypertension. His first faculty appointment was in the Department of Internal Medicine at WSU where his research focused on vascular abnormalities in diabetes. Dr. Standley moved to Arizona to become a founding faculty member at Midwestern University’s Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. There, he continued his NIH- and AHA -funded research on biomechanical modeling of arterial pressure waveforms and developing in vitro models of myofascial release and other manual therapies. Dr. Standley has been awarded both the Irvin Korr Award and Northup Award – both from the American Osteopathic Association -- for his research contributions to the osteopathic community. Dr. Standley is currently a tenured professor in the departments of Basic Medical Sciences and Physiology and is the Assistant Dean of Curricular Affairs at The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix.


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