Julia Knopes, PhD

Research Scientist
Department of Bioethics
School of Medicine
Adjunct Instructor
Department of Bioethics
Dr. Knopes is a medical anthropologist whose research areas are mental health and medical education in the United States. Currently, Dr. Knopes is undertaking two qualitative research projects: one on role boundaries and ethics in mental health peer support, and one on medical students' experiences in team-based learning. Dr. Knopes' research has been published in the Journal of Medical Humanities, Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Medical Anthropology, Anthropology and Medicine, and other journals across the disciplines of anthropology, health humanities, and bioethics.
 

Education

Degree
Bachelor of Arts
Institution
Washington and Jefferson College
Area of Study
English
Year Received
2011
Degree
Master of Arts
Institution
University of Chicago
Area of Study
Humanities
Year Received
2012
Degree
PhD
Institution
Case Western Reserve University
Area of Study
Anthropology
Year Received
2019