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Kimberly Payne, PhD
Director, Translational Reserach, Basic Sciences
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Pathology and Human Anatomy
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Medicine
School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
School of Medicine
Member, Anatomy, SM, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
8/2012 MDCJ 533: Cell Structure & Function. Lecture (6 hrs).
2/2012 IBGS 512: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems II. Hematopoietic System Lecture (2 hours).
1/2012 - 2/2012 Micro 530 – BCHM 544: Graduate Immunology. 3 lecures total 4.5 hours
Lecture 1: Element of the Immune System. Lecture 2: B Cell Development Lecture 3: B Cell Function and Activation.
11/2011 - 12/2011 MDCJ 554 Cell Structure and Function (Immunology): Lecture (3 hours).
Lecture 1: Development of B Lymphocytes Lecture 2: Immunity Mediated by B Cells and Antibodies Lecture 3: Cytokines
9/2011 - 12/2011 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Fall 2011) Flow Cytometry, Intro  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Lecture (6 hours). Interactive laboratory teaching (2 hours).
8/2011 MDCJ 533: Cell Structure & Function. Lecture (5 hrs).
Lecture 1–Plasma Membrane; Lecture 2–Membranous Organelles; Lecture 3–Cytoskeleton; Lecture 4– Membranous Organelles Part II; Lecture 5– Cell Division, Cell Cycle, & Cell Death
3/2011 - 6/2011 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Winter 2011) Flow Cytometry, Intro  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Lecture (6 hours). Interactive laboratory teaching (2 hours).
2/2011 IBGS 512: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems II. Hematopoietic System Lecture (2 hours).
12/2010 MDCJ 554 Cell Structure and Function: Lecture (3 hours).
Lecture 1: Development of B Lymphocytes Lecture 2: Immunity Mediated by B Cells and Antibodies Lecture 3: Cytokines
8/2010 MDCJ 533: Cell Structure & Function. Lecture (5 hrs).
Lecture 1: Cell membranes and Vessicular Transport Lecture 2: Membranous Organelles Lecture 3: Cytoskelteon and Nonmembranous Structures Lecture 4: The Nucleaus and Mitosis Lecture 5: Regulatio of Cell Cycle and Cell Death
11/2009 MDCJ 554 Structure and Function: The Biology of the B Lymphocyte (1 hour lecture, SOM, Nov. 1, 2009)
8/2009 MDCJ 533: Cell Structure & Function. Lecture (5 hrs).
Lecture I: Plasma Membrane;   Lecture II: Membranous Organelles;    Lecture III: Cytoskelteon and Nonmembranous Structures;   Leecture IV: The Nucleus and Cell Cycle;  Lecture V: Regulation of Cell Cycle and Cell Death
7/2009 PHRM 684: Methods in Biomedical Research: Introduction to Flow Cytometry  (1 hour lecture, July 20, 2009)
2/2009 IBGS 512: The Hematopoietic System.  (1 hour lecture, Basic Sciences, SOM.  Feb. 18, 2009)
12/2008 SOM Cell Structure and Function: The Biology of the B Lymphocyte (1 hour lecture, SOM, Dec. 1, 2008)
7/2008 Methods in Biomedical Research: Introduction to Flow Cytometry  (1 hr lecture, July 28, 2008)
2/2008 IBGS 512–Lecture
2/2008 MICRO 530 Immunology–Lecture
1/2008 RXPS 571–Lecture (Immunology–School of Pharmacy)
Microbiology and Immunology for Pharmacy Students. "Biology of the B Lymphocyte." Lecture powerpoints were made available to students on blackboard. Four multiple choice questions were developed and submitted for the exam over this material. 1 hr
11/2007 SOM Cell Structure and Function: The Biology of the B Lymphocyte (1 hr), Nov. 15, 2007.
10/2007 Anat 542–laboratory
"Lymphatic System" Assisted Dr. Paul McMillan in guiding laboratory recitation for graduate hisotology class. small group teaching 6 students 2 hrs
10/2007 Flow Cytometry Lunch and Learn Presentation
Taught one sessions as a part of a monthly lunch and learn session that focuses on flow cytometry as a research tool. One meeting 10/16/2007 Issues covered: 1) Theory of flow cytometery and flow cytometry staining techniques Small group (conference) teaching 1 hour
2/2007 IBGS 512
Preparation of new lecture "The Hematopoietic System." Discussion questions on concepts covered in this lecture were developed for one interim exam and the final exam. 24 hrs
2/2007 IBGS 512
The Hematopoietic System. Discussion questions on concepts covered in this lecture were prepared and graded as part of one interim exam and the final exam. 2 hrs
1/2007 RXPS 571
Microbiology and Immunology for Pharmacy Students. "Biology of the B Lymphocyte." Lecture powerpoints were made available to students on blackboard. Four multiple choice questions were developed and submitted for the exam over this material. 1 hr
11/2006 IBGS 605
"Science in the 21st Century: Issues and Options in the Use of Electronic Laboratory Notebooks" A lecture on what should be included in laboratory notebooks and how this can be adapted for electronic laboratory notebooks 1 hr
10/2006 - 6/2007 Implementation of Electronic Laboratory Notebook
Initiated implementation of E-nnovate electronic laboratory notebook system, including examination of competing systems, Webex seminars with companies meetings with students to establish standard operating procedures. ~24 hours
Interactive Teaching
 
6/2012 Jump Start Flow Cytometry Training for Summer Research Students. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours interactive teaching
6/2012 - 8/2012 Research Mentor for 4 undergraduate and 1 high school research students.
4/2012 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Spring 2012) Flow Cytometry, Intro  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Lecture (6 hours). Interactive laboratory teaching (2 hours).
3/2012 Micro 530 – BCHM 544: Graduate Immunology (Journal Club) Interactive teaching activities (1.5 hours).
2/2012 IBGS 522: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems II (Journal Club) Interactive teaching activities (2 hours).
9/2011 - 12/2011 Anat. 594 Section 2. (Fall 2011) Flow Cytometry, Advanced  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Interactive teaching (10 hrs).
6/2011 Jump Start Flow Cytometry Training for Summer Research Students. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours interactive teaching
6/2011 - 8/2011 Research Mentor for one undergraduate summer research student
6/2011 - 8/2011 Summer Research Mentor for 2 First Year Medical Students
4/2011 Research and the Sciences.  Lecture and Interactive Teaching.  April 18, 2011. (3 hours) 
3/2011 - 6/2011 Anat. 594 Section 2. (Spring 2011) Flow Cytometry, Advanced  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Interactive teaching (10 hrs).
2/2011 IBGS 522: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems II (Journal Club) Interactive teaching activities (2 hours).
1/2011 - 3/2011 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Winter 2011) Flow Cytometry, Intro  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Lecture (6 hours). Interactive laboratory teaching (2 hours).
1/2011 - 3/2011 Anat. 594 Section 2. (Winter 2011) Flow Cytometry, Advanced  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Interactive teaching (10 hrs).
1/2011 - 1/2012 Research mentor for 1 Rheumatology fellow each year.
9/2010 - 12/2010  Anat. 594 Section 2. (Fall 2010) Flow Cytometry, Advanced  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Interactive teaching (10 hrs).
9/2010 - 12/2010 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Fall 2010) Flow Cytometry, Intro  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Lecture (6 hours). Interactive laboratory teaching (2 hours).
6/2010 - 8/2010 Summer Research Mentor for 2 First Year Medical Students
3/2010 - 6/2010 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Spring 2010) Flow Cytometry, Intro  (1 unit). Course coordinator. Lecture (6 hours) . Interactive laboratory teaching (2 hours).
3/2010 - 6/2010 Anat. 594 Section 2. (Spring 2010) Flow Cytometry, Advanced  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Interactive teaching (10 hrs).
1/2010 - 3/2010 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Winter 2010) Flow Cytometry, Intro  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Lecture (6 hours). Interactive laboratory teaching (2 hours).
1/2010 - 3/2010 Anat. 594 Section 2. (Winter 2010) Flow Cytometry, Advanced  (1 unit).  Course coordinator. Interactive teaching (10 hrs).
9/2009 - 12/2009 Anat. 594 Section 1. (Fall 2009) Flow Cytometry, Intro (1 unit).  Instructional prep of new material for the course ~40 hours. Course Coordinator. 5 hours of lecture plus two hours of interactive teaching.
9/2009 - 12/2009 Anat. 594 Section 2. (Fall 2009) Flow Cytometry, Advanced  (1 unit).  Instructional prep of new material for the course ~40 hours. Course coordinator. Interactive teaching (10 hrs).
2/2009 IBGS 512: Journal Club to Accompany lecture on The Hematopoitic System.  (1 hour, Basic Sciences, SOM. Feb 20, 2009)
4/2008 - 5/2008 IBGS 503–Grantwriting
Faculty facilitator with expertise in the area of immunology during scheduled grant-writing class, met with small groups of students outside of class. Conducted the class during two sessions (3 hrs), 10 hrs total in class involvement
2/2008 IBGS 512–Journal Club
10/2007 Anat 542–lecture
"Lymphatic System" Lecture on the lymphatic system and immune function. 2 hrs
9/2007 - 12/2011 Research mentor for four PhD  students
6/2007 MICR 536–laboratory technique training
Instruction in use of the flow cytometer and flow cytometry data analysis. In addtion, worked with groups of 2-3 students outside of scheduled course on problem-solving homework. A laboratory exercise was prepared and graded as a part of the laboratory grade for this course. laboratory teaching (4 hrs) problem based learning (4 hrs) 9 students total 8 hrs
5/2007 MICR 537
Cancer Biology. Problem based learning. Faculty facilitator with expertise in the area of immunology. small group (conference) teaching ~10 students 2 hrs
5/2007 Presentation on Electronic Laboratory Notebooks
Powerpoint presentation on options available for electronic laboratory notebooks and on the system I am implementing in my lab at a meeting of Biochemistry Dept. Faculty. Small group (conference) teaching ~ 6 faculty present 1/2 hour
4/2007 - 5/2007 IBGS 503
Faculty facilitator with expertise in the area of immunology during scheduled class, met with small groups of students outside of class. small group (conference) teaching (5 hrs) Problem based learning (2 hrs) ~20 students in class, small groups of 4 students outside of class 7 hrs total
2/2007 IBGS 512
Discussion facilitator for journal club on hematopoiesis. small group (conference) teaching ~20 students 2 hrs
2/2007 - 8/2009 Theory of Flow Cytometry–LLU SOM Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine.  Taught four 1-hour lectures in 2008-2009: Nov. 5,  2008; Feb. 3, 2009; May 20, 2009; July 7, 2009.
Lecture on theory behind the use of the FACScalibur flowcytometer for LLU trainee, faculty, and staff. Teaching 1 hour each session.
1/2007 - 6/2008 Coordinator of Flow Cytometry Focus Group
Initiated a Lunch and Learn session that deals with uses of flow cytometry as a research tool. Meet every month-every two months (October-May). As a part of this I will also coordinate training of students, postdocs and staff who wish to use the flow cytometery facilities at the Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine.
1/2007 - 12/2009 Flow Cytometry Instrument Training–LLU SOM Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine.  Taught four 2-hour training sessions in 2008-2009: Nov. 5,  2008; Feb. 3, 2009; May 20, 2009; July 7, 2009.
10/2006 - 8/2009 Weekly Report-CHDMM Chalk Talks (Sept.-June)
10/2006 - 12/2009 Weekly Report-Lab Meeting
Meeting of the Payne lab once per week, generally on Mondays from 10:00 to 12:00. Trainees present data and Dr. Payne teaches concepts in small group setting small group (conference) teaching 2-4 trainees and staff present ~2 hrs per week
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2009 - 6/2011 Coordinator of Anat. 594 Section 1 (Introductory Flow Cytometry)  and Anat. 594 Section 2 (Advanced Flow Cytometry) each a one unit course which has been offered Fall, Winter and Spring beginning Fall 2009.
9/2009 - 12/2012 Director of the Flow Cytometry Education and Training Core in the Center for Health Disparities, Loma Linda University.
1/2007 - 12/2010 Coordinator of flow cytometry training
Coordinate and conduct training of students, postdocs and staff who wish to use the flow cytometery facilities at the Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine as well as from other schools and Depts at LLU.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
4/2012 Research and the Sciences.  Lecture and Interactive Teaching.  April 12, 2012. (3 hour lecture)
11/2010 - 12/2010 MDCJ 554 Cell Structure and Function:  New lecture prep for Cytokines (20 hrs)
10/2010 MDCJ 554 Cell Structure and Function:   New lecture prep for Immunity Mediated by B Cells and Antibodies (20 hrs)
8/2010 MDCJ 553 Cell Structure and Function: Updating materials for five lectures to new textbook (100 hours)
11/2009 MDCJ 554  The Biology of the B Lymphocyte (~20 hours preparation time to update old lecture to new text materials)
9/2009 MDCJ 553: Prepared 12 new questions over concepts covered in 5 Cell Structure and Function Lectures. ~20 hours of prep time
7/2009 - 9/2009 MDCJ 553: Cell Structure and Function. Cellular Ultrastructure I – Plasma Membrane. ~25 hours preparation time
7/2009 - 8/2009 MDCJ 553: Cell Structure and Function. Cellular Ultrastructure II–Membranous Organelles
7/2009 - 8/2009 MDCJ 553: Cell Structure and Function. Cellular Ultrastructure III–Cytoskeleton and Non-Membranous Organelles. ~25 hours preparation time
7/2009 - 8/2009 MDCJ 553: Cell Structure and Function. Cellular Ultrastructure V – Regulation of the Cell Cycle and Cell Death. ~25 hours preparation time
7/2008 Methods in Biomedical Research–Instructional prepartation of new material
11/2007 SOM Cell Structure and Function: 1 hour lecture The Biology of the B Lymphocyte–Instructional prep of new material powerpoint  (8 hrs) student handouts (3 hrs) test items (1.5 hrs).
10/2007 Anat 542–Instructional preparation of new material
Preparation of new lecture along and review questions.  Included presentation of recent scientific publication on topics. 
6/2007 MICR 536 laboratory training–instructional prep of new material
Preparation of new lecture materials for the one-hour lecture, "Introduction to Flow Cytometry." Four short discussion questions on concepts covered in this lecture were developed for the final exam for this course. 4 hrs
6/2007 MICR 536 lecture–Instructional Prep of New Material
Introduction to Flow Cytometry. Four short discussion questions on concepts covered in this lecture were prepared and graded as part of the final exam for this course. 1 hr
5/2007 MICR 536
Preparation of new teaching materials--detailed operating instructions for use of flow cytometer and laboratory exercises as a part of a day long lecture and laboratory training session in flow cytometry. A laboratory exercise was developed for this course. 6 hrs
1/2007 RXPS 571
Microbiology and Immunology for Pharmacy Students. Preparation of new lecture materials for "Biology of the B Lymphocyte." Four multiple choice questions were developed for the exam over this material. 8 hrs
10/2006 - 6/2007 Implementation of Electronic Laboratory Notebook System
Discussions with company repesentatives including Webex seminar, meetings with university information services personnel and meetings with students to develop standard operating procedures. ~24 hours