Jaydee Foster, Clinical Research Coordinator

Jaydee Foster, MA, is the Clinical Research Coordinator for the Clinical and Applied Science Education (CASE) Department. She received a master’s degree in Anthropology with a focus on anatomical variation in hominin evolution from Texas State University in San Marcos in 2013. Upon graduation, Jaydee began her work in the medical research field. After working on osteoarthritis/osteoporosis research in a genetics lab and managing a micro CT lab, Jaydee has transitioned into a more administrative research role. She serves as a committee member on the Scholarly Activities and Applied Research Committee. When she is not focused on multiple collaborative research projects, she utilizes her anatomical dissection skill set by aiding in anatomy dissections.