The BioCommunications Association is excited to announce BIOCOMM 2019, on June 18-22 to be held at historic Asilomar in Pacific Grove, California. This exciting and dynamic meeting is an opportunity to network with colleagues, discuss technical issues and establish new connections.
Scott Bourne is an Olympus Visionary, a professional wildlife photographer, author, lecturer and a signed Master Photographer at Studio of Masters, China who specializes in bird photography. Scott will present the Maria Ikenberg Lindberg Keynote Address at BIOCOMM 2019 to be held June 18-22 at historic Asilomar in Pacific Grove, California.
The Louis Schmidt Award Committee is pleased to announce the selection of Ted Kinsman, BS, MS for the 2019 Louis Schmidt Award. The award will be presented June 21 at BIOCOMM 2019 at the Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, California. Read more about Ted.
If you missed BIOCOMM 2018, catch Andy Davidhazy's keynote here. Once you’ve seen this presentation you won’t want to miss BIOCOMM 2019 at Asilomar, California.
Andrew presented the Maria Ikenberg Lindberg Keynote Address “Adventures in Human-Centered Design and Photography” at BIOCOMM 2018.
Andrew’s career has taken him around the world from Iraq, Hungary, Egypt, Siberia to the Pacific Crest Trail. He uses his personal narrative as a framework for sharing interesting photographs and stories about people he has encountered at the best and worst of times.
Savannah, Georgia was the site for BIOCOMM 2018. The 88th annual meeting of the BCA was held June 19-23. Read about the meeting and view the slideshow. Congratulations to the award winners announced at the Honors Banquet.
We are so firmly bound by the confines of time and space. We exist in a three-dimensional physical scale and a fourth dimension of time. Does this construct provide us with stability in our perceptions of the world? Or are we imprisoned by our perceptions of time and space? Over the years, I have been fascinated by how artists can represent the elements of time and space. In my fine art work, I manipulate these elements to challenge the viewer’s perceptions which allow me to create experiences to share my explorations through my art.
BIOCOMM 2018 Videos
Jamie Hayden, RBP, FBCA
In Their Features and Countenance
Modeling Sharkskin: A Microscopic Study in Bio-mimicry
James Wetzel, PhD
Optimising Photo Dermoscopy Practice
In the winter issue of the BCA News, learn what’s happening at BIOCOMM 2019. Explore Kakadu National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory. Encounter dragons in the Galapagos. What do BioImages judges look for when assessing an image? Nikon’s Small World traveling exhibit opens at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia. Meet Jerry Spagnoli, a modern day Daguerreotypist.
It is time to renew your membership in the BioCommunications Association. There are exciting things happening this year! Read more on the BCA Update page.
View issue 42-2 of the Journal of Biocommunication.
Congratulations to David Bishop who won the 2018 BioImages Best of Show with his image, C Section “It’s a baby girl”. View other winners from the 2018 BioImages competition.
The BioCommunications Association is an international association of photographers, videographers and graphic designers who create visual media for medicine and science.