Associate Professor of Surgery and Chief, Section of Anatomy
Dr. Stewart came to Yale in 1976 after earning a PhD in anatomy from Emory University. He began teaching anatomy in 1978. He teaches gross anatomy and neurobiology to medical, physician associate and nursing students, as well as paramedics. During that time he has taught more than 7,000 students. He is interested in both “hands on” learning in the lab as well as computer based learning. In his spare time, he follows football (Chelsea and Barcelona) and he cooks.