This group is interested in all aspects of visualisation in biomedical science. This includes the use of images and graphics to develop, represent or encapsulate ideas, as well as recording the observable world.
This group is interested in where biomedical science graduates go following completion of their degree. We wish to define more clearly what these typically diverse outcomes are.
This group aims to identify the competencies required of students entering biomedical sciences, with literacy, numeracy and a basic understanding of chemical concepts seen as high priorities.
This group aims to strengthen the capacity in education research by encouraging and developing the capacity of biomedical educators to research and disseminate evidence of student learning.
This group is interested in the delivery of biomedical science education into allied health courses, such as nursing, paramedicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy and dentistry.
This group aims to update the biomedical curriculum to keep abreast of emerging areas in modern biomedical science, such as genomics, proteomics, systems biology, bioinformatics and pharmacogenomics.
This group is interested in the ways in which students engage with laboratory activities to develop a deep understanding of scientific concepts and the processes of scientific investigation.
This group aims to promote and develop effective assessment practices in biomedical education, including collating and disseminating examples of best practice.
This group is focused on developing and empowering an anatomy community of practice, encompassing all aspects of anatomy teaching and the scholarship of learning.
This group is interested in exploring core concepts and competencies related to science teaching and learning.
This group is interested in communicating issues related to science in the Biomedical Science curriculum.