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2018 Call for PResenters

AMI 2018 Proposal Form

Seeking presenters for the AMI 2018 Annual Conference in Newton, Massachusetts. Submit deadline Dec. 14th
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Member Rewards

Sue Seif receives the AMI Lifetime Achievement Award for her significant contributions to the profession.
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Online Learning Webinar

Eric Small and Thanassis Pozantzis teach an Introduction to XPresso — register for the Dec 6th webinar in the HUB.
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#AMI2017 Salon

See this year's very best in Animation, interactive Media and Illustration. Follow #AMI2017 on Twitter.
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In Support of Science

Suppressing scientific evidence is detrimental to society. AMI supports the facts because #ScienceMatters.

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Journal of Biocommunication

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JBC announces Issue 41-2, 2017. In the feature article: Visualizing the Neurobiology of Trauma by Sarah Kim, Leila Lax, Dana Ross, et al, the authors evaluate 2D animations in a case-based eLearning module. Complexities of post-traumatic stress disorder are difficult to teach, talk about, and visually portray. Results of this study elucidate effective design dimensions of graphic narratives, keywords, and animations. Visual works are displayed in the Showcase: Sue Seif, Gallery: 2016 & 2017 BioImages Winners. JBC is free to read - no login required.

Call for papers — submit today
JBC issue 41:2, 2017

Sourcebook & Online Marketing

 

Complete marketing for biomedical, life science and natural science artists

The Medical Illustration & Animation marketing program maximizes your reach to creative buyers. Published by the AMI and Serbin Communications, 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 2018 program today! Call 800-876-6425 or info@serbin.com.

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Sourcebook 2017

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!

Learn more
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.anatomize.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."
Fabian de Kok-Mercado, CMI—HHMI.org