Mary Katherine Lockwood, Ph.D.

Mary Katherine Lockwood, Ph.D.

Clinical Associate Professor

Educational Background:

Ph.D., Nutrition and Biological Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles, 1989
M.S., Physiology, The Pennsylvania State University, 1980
B.S., Biology, Davidson College (NC), 1977

Courses taught:

Human Anatomy and Physiology (BMS 507/508); Prehospital preceptorial (BMS 635); Prehealth Seminar (INCO 403); Clinical Nutrition (NUTR 773)

Community Outreach:

  • Chair, Preprofessional Health Committee

  • CPR Instructor              

  • McGregor Institute of EMS      

  • Emergency Medicine Instructor

  • McGregor Memorial EMS - AEMT

Certifications and Licensures:

  • EMS Instructor/Coordinator (New Hamphsire licensed)
  • AHA CPR Instructor
  • AEMT (National Registry,  New Hampshire Licensed)


M.K. Lockwood, The A Word, Understanding Addition as a Chronic Disease, Littleton (NH) Hospital Nursing Conference, October 2015

M.K. Lockwood, Endocrine Emergencies, North Country EMS Conference, Bartlett, NH, November 2015   

M.K. Lockwood, Understanding Acid-Base Balance for the EMS Professional, North Country   EMS Conference, Bartlett, NH, November 2015

M.K. Lockwood, Investigative Pharmacology, North Country EMS Conference, Bartlett, NH, October 2014

P.A. Halpin and M.K. Lockwood, Online Video Tutors improve outcomes in anatomy and physiology class, Federation Proceedings, abstract, presented April, 2014.

M.K. Lockwood, Diabetic Cardiomyopathy and Pre-Hospital Care, FOCUS EMS Conference, Portsmouth, NH, January, 2014

M.K. Lockwood, Anatomy and Physiology for the EMS Professional, North Country EMS Conference, Bartlett, NH, October, 2013

C. Lemelin and  M.K. Lockwood, NH Use of Lights and Sirens in Emergency Response, New Hampshire Public Health Forum, June, 2012


L.E. DesJardin, M.K. Lockwood, and W. W. Hauswirth, Bovine opsin gene expression exhibits a late fetal to adult regulatory switch, Journal of Neuroscience Research 40(6):728-36, 1995.

M.K. Lockwood, C.D. Eckhert, and B. Shen, Influence of selenium on the microvasculature of the retina, Microvascular Research 45;74-82, 1993.

M.K. Lockwood and C.D. Eckhert, Sucrose-induced lipid, glucose, and insulin elevations, microvascular injury, and selenium. American Journal of Physiology 262: R144-R149, 1992.

C.D. Eckhert, M.K. Lockwood, M.H. Hsu, and R. Kang, Microvascular changes in rat glomeruli as a consequence of small differences in selenium exposure. Experimental and Molecular Pathology 57: 222-234, 1992.

Additional Information:

Dr. Lockwood is currently co-chair of the Pre-Health Professional Committee and works with students in pre-hospital care.  In 2012 she wrote Clinical Correlates in Anatomy and Physiology which includes many examples of how anatomy and physiology applies to clinical study. She works with the New Hampshire Bureau of EMS is designing training programs for Emergency Medical Services.

Kendall Hall, Room 109
Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-0264