Dr. Gehrke teaching the anatomy of the cranial cavity, also known as the "holes in the head" lecture.

Dr. Gehrke is the course director for Course HT-010, Human Functional Anatomy, which is human gross anatomy for first-term medical students in the health sciences and technology program at Harvard Medical School.  A syllabus for the course can be found here.

Dr. Gehrke trained in human anatomy during graduate school in the department of developmental genetics and anatomy at Case Western Reserve University.  After postdoctoral training at M.I.T., Dr. Gehrke was appointed at both Harvard and M.I.T. in the Health Sciences and Technology Program, and began teaching anatomy with Professor Farish A. Jenkins, Jr., a renowned vertebrate paleontologist in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. Dr. Gehrke now directs HT-010, which meets during the Fall term.

In the Spring, Dr. Gehrke teaches the viral innate immunity section of Virology 201, a literature-based critical reading and discussion course.