Dr. Reuter is an Assistant Professor at Florida Gulf Coast University, the president of Reuter Academic Publishing, and the author of over 100 publications. With the help of collaborators from several universities and a variety of funding sources, he currently focuses his research on: 1) public health issues affecting underserved communities in sub-Saharan Africa and the United States; 2) developing the 2D:4D digit ratio as a medical screening tool; and 3) on increasing student learning in the health sciences by developing tools to decrease pre-test anxiety. Dr. Reuter's research always aims to build capacity in the undergraduate student population of FGCU and his efforts have been covered by a variety of different news sources. He frequently presents at regional and national conferences and enjoys volunteering within the academic and public communities of southwest Florida. Got questions? Contact Dr. Reuter here!
July 1, 2015: Dr. Reuter's abstract submission "Use of No-stakes Online Self-Assessment Tools and its Effect on Student Performance in Formal Exams and Overall Performance in University Science Classes" for a workshop at the 6th World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Educational Leadership in Paris in October 2015 has been accepted.
June 14, 2015: The first posts in Dr. Reuter's blog are online. Check out Bacteria Are Men’s Best Friend or Herbal Remedies Making a Comeback
June 2015: Dr. Reuter's abstract submission "University Students in Madagascar and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Sexual Behaviors, Sexual Identity, and Belief in STIs" for a poster presentation at the 2015 meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research (IASR) in Toronto, Canada, in August of 2015 is accepted.
May 2014: Dr. Reuter presents a workshop on "The Importance and Benefits of Low-stakes Online Practice Exams for Student Success in A&P classes" at the 2015 Annual Conference of the Human Anatomy & Physiology Society (HAPS) in San Antonio, Texas.
He and three undergraduate students from his 2D:4D Research team also present posters based on their research. G. Correnti teamed up with Dr. Reuter for the topic "Is there a correlation between in-utero exposure to sex hormones, age of first menstruation, sexual orientation and prevalence of PCOS?". N.-O- Jassko and C. A. Gonzalez worked with him on "Correlation of 2D:4D ratio, vital lung capacity and self-reported athletic ability in women."