BennettThomas E. Bennett, MD

Visiting Assistant Professor, Health Sciences
Natural Sciences Division

Degree Information

Internal Medicine Residency, 1991-1994
        Penn State University, Hershey, Pennsylvania
Doctor of Medicine, 1987-1991
        East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina
Bachelor of Science, 1979-1983
        Major: Microbiology    Minor: Chemistry
        Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana

Courses Taught
•    Biology 101
•    Junior Seminar
•    Medical Terminology and Health Systems
•    Special Topics in Biology -- Healthcare

Research Interests

Evidenced based medicine, Comparative effectiveness


Teaching Statement:

“The students at Franklin Pierce University have such great potential. I feel it is my job to help them fulfill that potential. I work to facilitate the acquisition of the knowledge and skills they will require to succeed in their future lives and careers.”


Publications & Presentations

PSA – Carrot as Incentive to Learning. UFVA, Boston, Aug. 6, 2011

Cervical cancer screening – NH Association of Medical Coding and Billing; February 2010

Assessment of Student Learning: To Hesser College Faculty; April 2009

Anticoagulation in the office setting: To Graduate Advisory Board; March, 25, 2009

Coronary Artery Disease: To Graduate Advisory Board; Feb. 25, 2009

TE Bennett, DK Ways (1988) “Affinity purification of Protein Kinase C”.
Medical Student Research Day, East Carolina University

TE Bennett, DK Ways (1989) “Cleveland Map Analysis of a Phorbol Ester Stimulatable Substrate.” Medical Student Research Day, East Carolina University

T. Chaplinski, T. Bennett and J. Caro (1986) “Alteration of Insulin Receptor Expression   Accompanying Differentiation of HL-60 Leukemic Cells.” Cancer Research 46(3):1203-1207

T. Chaplinski, T. Bennett (1986) “Study of Differentiation of Fresh Myeloid Leukemia Cells by Agents that Induce a Human  Promyelocytic Cell Line (HL-60) to Differentiate”. Leukemia Research 10(6):611-7

T. Chapliski and T. Bennett (1987) “Induction of Insulin Receptor Expression of  Human Leukemic Cells By 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3. “ Leukemia Research 11(1):37-41

Ways, DK, Dodd, RC, Bennett, TE, Gray, TK, and Earp, HS. (1987), “Vitamin D3 Enhances Phorbol Ester Stimulated Differentiation of and Increases Protein Kinase C Dependent Phosphylation in the U937 Human Monoblastoid Cell.” Endocrinology 121:1654-1661

Ways, DK, Dodd, RC, Bennett, TE, Hooker, JL, and Earp, HS (1988) “Retinoic Acid Enhances Phorbol Ester Stimulated Differentiation of and Alters Protein Kinase C Dependent Phosphylation in the U937 Human Monoblastoid Cell.” Cancer Research 48:5779-5787

Driver, AG, Kukoly, CA, Bennett,TE (1989) “Expression of Histamine H1 Receptors on Cultured Histiocytic Lymphoma Cells.” Biochem. Pharm. 38(18):3083-3091

Service
Medical Club Advisor, IC 101 Steering Committee, Health Sciences Development Committee

Personal Interests
Tennis, hiking, cooking, spending time with family.

Contact Information

Phone: (603) 831-2476
E-mail:
Office location: Marcucella Hall 110