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Education Track in Anatomy PhD Alumni

Jessica Byram, PhD

Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Cell Biology & Physiology

Leslie A. Hoffman, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Anatomy, Cell Biology & Physiology

  • Adam B. Wilson, PhD
    BS Biochemistry (University of Illinois)
    MS Anatomical Sciences (Rush University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2013
    Dissertation Title: “A Psychometric Evaluation of Script Concordance Tests for Measuring Clinical Reasoning”
  • Audra F. Schutte, PhD

    BA Biology (Wartburg College)
    MPH (Indiana University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2013
    Dissertation Title: “Remediation Trends in an Undergraduate Anatomy Course and Assessment of an Anatomy Supplemental Study Skills Course”

  • Courtney J. Traser, PhD
    BS Biology and Spanish (Clarke University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2017
    Dissertation Title: “Do I Really Have to Complete Another Evaluation? Exploring Relationships Among Physicians’ Evaluative Load, Evaluative Strain, and the Quality of Clinical Clerkship Evaluations”
  • Erin P. Fillmore, PhD
    BA History (Brigham Young University)
    MPH (University of Iowa)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2015
    Dissertation Title: “Grit and Beliefs About Intelligence: The Relationship and Role These Factors Play in the Self-Regulatory Processes Involved in Medical Students Learning Gross Anatomy”
  • Gerard M. Guillot, PhD
    BS Pre-professional Studies (University of Notre Dame)
    BS Physician Assistant (Louisiana State University)
    MS Medical Illustration (Medical College of Georgia)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2014
    Dissertation Title: “Does Time Matter? A Search for Meaningful Medical School Faculty Cohorts”
    Gerard M. Guillot, PhD IU School of Medicine faculty profile
  • J. Bradley Barger, PhD
    BS Organismal Biology (University of Kansas)
    MA Entomology (University of Kansas)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2016
    Dissertation Title: “Visual Literacy in Anatomy Students”
  • Jessica N. Byram, PhD
    BA Anthropology (Metropolitan State College of Denver)
    MS Human Biology (University of Indianapolis)
    PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2017
    Dissertation Title: “The Professionalization of Medical Students: A Longitudinal Analysis of Professional Identity Formation and Professionalism Perceptions in Second and Third Year Medical Students”
    Jessica N. Byram, PhD IU School of Medicine faculty profile
  • Katherine Henkin, PhD
    BA Nursing (Augustana College)
    MS Clinical Anatomy (Creighton University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2013
    Dissertation Title: “Understanding Interprofessional Education: A Multiple-Case Study of Students, Faculty, and Administrators”
  • Keely M. Cassidy, PhD
    BA Athletic Training (Buena Vista University)
    MS Anatomy (Des Moines University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2016
    Dissertation Title: “Embryology in Medical Education: A Mixed Methods Study and Phenomenology of Faculty and First Year Medical Students”
  • Leslie A. Hoffman, PhD
    BS Biology (Ohio State University)
    MS Anatomy (Ohio State University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2014
    Dissertation Title: “An Exploration of Reflective Writing and Self-Assessments to Explain Professionalism Lapses Among Medical Students”
    Leslie A. Hoffman, PhD IU School of Medicine faculty profile
  • Homaira M. Azim, PhD 

    MBBS (Kabul University of Medical Sciences)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2020
    Dissertation Title: “A Foucauldian Archaeology of Modern Medical Discourse.” 

  • Shannon A. Helbling, PhD

    BS (University of Idaho)
    BS (San Jose St. University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2021
    Dissertation Title: “Three-Dimensional Visualization Technology in the Medical Curriculum: Exploring Faculty Use in Preclinical, Clinical, and Postgraduate Anatomy Education.”

  • Naomi A. Schmalz, PhD

    BS (University of South Carolina)
    MS (Saint Louis University)
    PhD Anatomy and Cell Biology, 2022
    Dissertation Title: “Investigating the Long-Term Impacts of Service Learning.”