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Journal of Biocommunications 46-1

JBC 46-1, features a series of four legacy articles by the late Dr. Richard Byrne, who was a frequent speaker at the annual and regional meetings of the Association of Medical Illustrators and the BioCommunications Association.
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Medical and Scientific Visualization of
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Medical Illustrators across America and around the world are helping in the fight against COVID-19.
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Journal of Biocommunication

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JBC 46-1, 2022 features a series of four legacy articles by the late Dr. Richard Byrne, who was a frequent speaker at the annual and regional meetings of the Association of Medical Illustrators and the BioCommunications Association.

We include a BCA Gallery featuring the winners of the 2021 BioImages Salon. Our Showcase also features the natural science imagery of BCA Emeritus Member, Bob Turner.

This issue includes a Vesalius Trust research poster by University of Illinois authors, Emilyn Frohn, Leah Lebowicz, Rex Twedt, and Christine Young.

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JBC 46-1

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The Medical Illustration & Animation marketing program maximizes your reach to creative buyers. Produced by Serbin Creative for the AMI, this annual publication and companion Medillsb.com website are where you should be if you are looking for work in the science and healthcare market. Reserve your space in the 2021 program today!

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Board Certification

Physicians, lawyers, and plumbers are board certified, what about you?

Certification is endorsed by the AMI to encourage lifelong learning and to measure professional competency for illustrators and employers. Similar to specialty certification for physicans, the competency evaluation consists of a written test and portfolio review.

Certification matters!

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CMI Aoki

"With board certification, I'm able to leverage the trust of new animation clients. Reciprocally, those clients feel confident in promoting me as part of their roster when pitching to their clients or investors."
Shizuka Aoki, CMI—www.biorender.com

 

"I work with highly trained science educators from many backgrounds. Board certification demonstrates that I have the contemporary skills and knowledge to develop informed illustrations and animations as part of the team."
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