Dr. Anthony Perone
Teaching Administrator – Biology & Academic Advisor
D.C. Life University
Dr. Perone graduated from Life University, School of Chiropractic in 1992. He has twenty years clinical experience that he brings to his classroom teaching. His patients ranged from pediatric to geriatric, presenting with diverse injuries and medical conditions. Dr. Perone has taught Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Human Biology, and Principles of Biology at WCCC since 2010. He has also taught Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology, Medical Terminology, and Medical Office Procedures in the WCCC Medical Assisting Program since 2015. He taught Anatomy and Physiology at Northampton Community College for five years. He has been active in his community as a coach in the throwing events of track and field, shot put and discus. He has served as a volunteer, board member, Vice President and President of Kiwanis International in Norristown, Pa, and the Richmond Lions Club; also Vice President of the Pen Argyl Salvation Army Advisory Board. Dr. Perone served in the United States Coast Guard Reserve, Station Sandy Hook for six years.