By Wendy Sarubbi | November 5, 2015 10:23 am

In the third interview in a series with College of Medicine faculty. Growing Bolder Network’s Marc Middleton spoke with Dr. Andrew Payer, professor of anatomy, about the college’s willed body program.

In his interview Dr. Payer talked about how students benefit from working with cadavers as their ‘first patient” even with the advent of high-tech images because it humanizes their medical training. And for those thinking about willing their bodies, Dr. Payer tells how the gift makes a huge impact on training tomorrow’s healers.

You can hear the entire interview at

Growing Bolder was founded by WESH Channel 2 television personalities Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer to share inspiring stories of people making a difference. The network – which includes TV, radio, on-line and print communication, is helping share UCF College of Medicine efforts in medical education, research, patient care and community service




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