WILLIAM F. HUBER, D. C., D. A. C. A. N., M. S. (R)

WILLIAM F. HUBER, D. C., D. A. C. A. N., M. S. (R)

Curriculum Vitae

WILLIAM F. HUBER, D. C., D. A. C. A. N., M. S. (R)


Masters Degree Human Anatomy Research – St. Louis University School of Medicine, May 2003

                Cumulative GPA of 3.8 of 4.0

Doctor of Chiropractic – Logan College of Chiropractic, August 1989.

                Cumulative GPA of 3.485 of 4.0

                Dean’s List for Academic Achievement, four (4) semesters.

Bachelor of Science in Human Biology Degree – Logan College of Chiropractic, August, 1987.

Current Student – Logan University Programs – Masters Degree of Sport Science and Rehabilitation – total

of 44 graduate hours toward completion.


Diplomate of Neurology by American Chiropractic Association of Neurologists (D.A.C.A.N.)  Minimum of 320 postgraduate hours in Neurology.

Diplomate and Lead Instructor Diplomate College Board of Chiropractic Neurologists (D.C.B.C.N.)  Minimum of 300 postgraduate hours in Neurology.


Director of Anatomy and Neurology Department – Logan College of Chiropractic – Employed  January 1996 – 2004.

                Responsibilities:  Development of Content and Organization and Temporal presentation of all         Anatomy Courses

                Representative from Logan College to Missouri State Anatomic Board

                Teaching responsibilities include:  Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Spinal Anatomy                         Neuroscience, Biology, Orthopedics, Physical Examination, Diagnosis, Patient                                              Management, Application of Human Anatomy and Physiology

            Developer and Moderator of Human Anatomic Memorial Services

Faculty Member – Logan University – Spring 2014 – 2021

Teaching responsibilities include:  Human Neurologic System

                                                           Human Neuroanatomy  

                                                             Patient Examination and Diagnosis

Prior Faculty member of Southwestern Illinois College, September, 1995 – 2005

                Teaching responsibilities include:  Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Health, Microbiology

Current Faculty Member – STEM Division – Forest Park College – Teaching Responsibilities include            Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biomedical Ethics, Head and Neck Anatomy, Embryologic

                Developmental Anatomy of Head and Neck, Microbiology, Human Body Systems, and Medical     Terminology.

Designed, developed and implemented Pathophysiology course for Missouri Baptist University online

              Education, 2022.

Worked on committee to establish QM certified Biology course for St. Louis Community College.

Designed, developed, and implemented first Internet based Anatomy and Physiology courses for St. Louis   Community College, as well as developed and implemented the first hybrid Anatomy and

                Physiology.   Also developed and implemented Pharmacology and Medical Terminology courses

for Health Information Technology Students.   

Previous Faculty Member – St. Louis College of Health Careers –

                Teaching responsibilities:  Anatomy and Physiology

Designer, Developer and Presenter of Interactive real time Distance Learning Programs for Logan College of Chiropractic – Broadcast to multiple sites nationally in synchronous fashion.   

Developer and Presenter – Multiple Interactive Distance Learning Continuing Educational Seminars

Multiple Post Graduate Continuing Medical Education Instructor Appointments including:

                Postgraduate Diplomate Neurology – Program Developer and Lead Instructor

                Postgraduate Whiplash Certification – Program Designer and Lead Instructor

                Postgraduate Scoliosis Certification – Program Designer and Lead Instructor

                Postgraduate Independent Anatomy, Neurologic Physiology courses – Instructor

Instructor for Distance Learning Continuing Medical Education currently marketed including:

                Essential Neuroanatomy for the Practicing Chiropractor

                Brain Wellness

                Whiplash: Cause, Effects and Management

                The Adjustment – How Does It Work?


Research Presenter International FASEB Conference, April 2003, San Diego, CA.

                Presentation “Obstructive Uropathy in an Experimental Model – Lack of Correlation with                 Matrix Metalloproteinase Activity”

Listed in Who’s Who Among Scientists  2005

Listed in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers 2005, 2006

Publication as quoted Author – Journal of the American Chiropractic Association – February 2002                  “Scoliosis-Grading the Curve”

Textbook Reviews –

                “Neuroanatomy – An Atlas of Structures, Sections and Systems” Duane Haines , M.D. 6th               Edition, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins

                “Peripheral Nervous System“ Paulette, Bernd, Ph.D., Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins

                Also, multiple undergraduate Human Anatomy and Physiology texts.

Certified in Disability and Impairment ratings in the state of Missouri.

Currently trained to perform manipulation under anesthesia at local surgical center

Selected to participate in the first group of students to do externship at what is now known as Deaconess Medical Centers, West and North.  Duties included surgical, in-patient, and intensive care rounds.

Prior Member American Association of Anatomists

Current Chiropractic License in the State of Missouri, Obtained 1989.

Current Chiropractic License in the State of Illinois, Obtained 1991