Jenn Med Art

What was the inspiration behind your artwork?

I have a very strong interest in pediatric surgery and I love children, so it only made sense for me to create this piece! Did you know that babies can hear their first sound at around 16-18 weeks of pregnancy? Studies show that music stimulates your baby’s brain and assists the growth of their brain structures. Studies also show that babies remember the music they listened to in the womb for up to 4 months after the baby is born! Classical music, melodies and lullabies are the best kinds of music for your unborn baby to hear!

What do you see as the similarity between science and art? Why is science-art important in today's society?

You can’t have science without art and vice versa! Art allows us to visualize the complexities of science better than what words can do alone. Science allows us to mix colors with the correct proportions to create other colors. The importance of science-art also lies in documenting scientific progression and research. Together, art and science impact one another and help us interpret, study and explore the world around us.

Get to know the artist!

Hi! My name is Jennifer Jeboda, I am a 3rd year Medical student at Ross University School of Medicine. I was born and raised in London, UK. Between leaving the UK and coming to the US my medical adventure has crossed several countries! I love meeting new people, learning new cultures and working with my hands. I aspire to become an amazingly skilled surgeon!

Get in touch!

Follow Jenn Med Art on Instagram: @jennmedart

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