Dr Jess Byram is an Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biologyat Indiana University School of Medicinein the United States.

In this episode I talk to Jess about her approach to teaching, her scholarship in professional identity and her recent paper on student perceptions of a dissection based UG course using Q methodology.


You can access the paper we discuss below:

Investigating Student Perceptions of a Dissection‐Based Undergraduate Gross Anatomy Course Using Q Methodology


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