Areas of Interest: Biomedical Sciences
Keywords: anatomy neuroscience medicine imaging neuroimaging mri ultrasound imaging phantoms medical humanities art-anatomy relationship poetry object-based learning History of medicine Science Communication
Ourania is a medically-qualified anatomist with a PhD in neuroscience. She is currently working as a lecture in anatomy at the University of Glasgow School of Life Sciences. Ourania teaches anatomy to science, medical and dental students, from sub-honours to honours levels, with her specialist areas including imaging and the head and neck region. Ourania’s research includes imaging with a strong focus on ultrasound, clinically-applied anatomy and scholarship of teaching and learning on medical humanities, the anatomy-art relationship and object-based learning. She is a strong advocator of medical humanities, writing her own poetry, and serving as an elected member of the international steering committee for The Doctor as a Humanist (DASH).
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