A true Midwesterner, Dr. Moore was born and raised in Colorado. He holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts degree in German from Weber State University. Shortly after he received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University, he completed a Pathology Residency at the University of Arizona and a Dermatology Research Fellowship in Scottsdale, AZ.
Dr. Moore is excited to share his experiences with students and give back to the osteopathic education community. “I love that the focus at [RVU] is on helping the student.” In addition to his new role at RVUCOM developing clinical education programs, Dr. Moore is an Assistant Professor of Medical Laboratory Sciences at Weber State University, member of the Board of Directors at the Ogden Surgical Medical Society, and an author and editor for the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) – Step 1 and other USMLE-Rx and Scholar Rx projects.
Growing up, Dr. Ziegler lived all over the East Coast, but primarily resided in Massapequa, New York. As a medical resident at Emory University, he visited Utah for a conference and soon found himself returning to the Beehive State whenever he could, officially putting down roots in 1998. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry from Indiana University and a Doctor of Medicine degree from Emory University. Additionally, while at Emory University, he completed an internship and residency, followed by a Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship and a Critical Care Medicine Fellowship.
As Regional Director of Clinical Affairs for the Northern Utah Region, Dr. Ziegler is primarily involved in identifying and supporting clinical opportunities and preceptor talent within the community for third and fourth year students on their rotations. As an allopathic physician, he is eager to bridge the osteopathic and allopathic approaches to medical education, diagnostics and therapy. Prior to RVU, Dr. Ziegler held a number of clinical and leadership positions in a variety of academic and private practice settings.
Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Davey received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. After fulfilling a two-year commission in the United States Army Medical Service Corps as a first lieutenant, he received his Doctor of Medicine degree at Northwestern University Medical School in 1972. He completed both an internship and residency while at the University of Utah. Upon completion of his formal education, Dr. Davey established a practice specializing in Orthopedic Surgery in Minnesota, where he practiced for twenty years.
In his new role, Dr. Davey will help to plan programs that help ensure excellent outcomes in the third and fourth year clinical education program through the integration of clinical knowledge and skills, biomedical sciences and osteopathic principles and practices. Other responsibilities include overseeing clerkship rotations, site visits and inspections to ensure quality student experiences, and developing and maintaining positive relationships with community physicians in the Southern Utah Region.