Bedia Castellanos, MD

Instructor of Anatomy and NeuroanatomyTouro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Harlem

Dr. Castellanos attended Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra where she obtained her Doctor of Medicine degree. Her professional interest is mainly focused on medical education. She joined Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine as an adjunct professor of Anatomy and Neuroanatomy and a few years later became a full-time instructor. 


  • Castellanos, B., Ahmad, S., Kandavalli, N. B., Rich, S., Baez, R., Quinteros, C., & Ahmad, M. (2021). Aberrant Anterior Portal Vein Within the Extra Hepatic Portal Triad with Variation in the Course of a Replaced Common Hepatic Artery. International Journal of Anatomical Variations, 14 (9), 126–129. Retrieved from
  • Kandavalli, N. B., Wu, L., Danquah, F., & Castellanos, B. (2021). Dolichosigmoid with Additional Sigmoidal Branches and Displaced Descending Colon. International Journal of Anatomical Variations, 14 (5), 92–94. Retrieved from
  • Baez, R., Castellanos, B. B., & Baker, E. (2020). Unusual bilateral accessory flexor digiti minimi brevis muscle. Clinical Anatomy, 33(2), E66.
  • Kandavalli, N. B., & Castellanos, B. B. (2019). Displaced Descending Colon and Dolichosigmoid with Uncommon Sigmoidal Artery Branching Pattern. Faseb Journal, 33.
  • Velavan, S., & Castellanos, B. (2018). The Effectiveness of Anatomy Laboratory Videos on Osteopathic Medical Students’ Performance. MedEdPublish, 7 (3), 79.
  • Velavan, S. S., Castellanos, B., Gulfam, N., & Rich, S. (2017). Nonrotation of the intestine: Embryological and clinical correlation. FASEB Journal, 31(1), 898.10
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