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Plan now for BIOCOMM 2020 in sunny Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The BioCommunications Association will be holding its annual meeting BIOCOMM in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the historic Drury hotel from May 19-22, 2020.
Following the huge success of BICOMM 2019, we have listened to feedback from meeting participants and BIOCOMM 2020 will have more workshops providing a greater opportunity to learn new techniques and improve your photographic skill set.
The 2019 meeting was exciting and dynamic. It was great networking with colleagues, discussing technical issues and establishing new connections. Come and experience all this and more at BIOCOMM 2020, the 90th meeting of the BioCommunications Association.
Will Wilson, Diné photographer
Will Wilson is a photographic artist and an educator and is Program Head of Photography, Santa Fe Community College. His art projects center around the continuation and transformation of customary indigenous cultural practice. He is a Diné photographer and trans-customary artist who spent his formative years living on the Navajo Nation. With his lens based artistry Wilson challenges the traditional portrayal of the indigenous North American image and reclaims it for modern generations.
Wilson studied photography, sculpture, and art history at the University of New Mexico (MFA, Photography, 2002) and Oberlin College (BA, Studio Art and Art History, 1993).
Will Wilson will give the Maria Ikenberg Lindberg Keynote Address at BIOCOMM 2020.
Congratulations to all 2019 BioImages winners!
Best of Show, a BCA Medical Education Award and Award of Excellence went to Fabian de Kok-Mercado and Laura Bonetta for CRISPR-Cas9: Mechanism & Applications. View the entire 2019 BioImages Salon.
The BioCommunications Association annual meeting BIOCOMM was held in June at the historic Asilomar Conference Centre in Pacific Grove, California. A full overview of the meeting presentations and activities, along with the group photo and slideshow can be viewed on the BIOCOMM page.
Ted Kinsman, BS, MS is the 2019 Louis Schmidt Laureate. The award was presented at BIOCOMM 2019. Ted is an Assistant Professor of Photographic Technology at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Read more about Ted.
In the fall edition of BCA News follow along on two photo expeditions, one to the Palouse in Washington state and another seeking the elusive Desert Bighorn Sheep in the Anza-Borrego Desert. Meet BCA members Danielle Renshaw and Peter Pallagi. Find out more about the BIOCOMM 2020 program and abstract deadline. BioImages and EFFE deadlines are fast approaching. Read about the extraordinary Images from Science 3 exhibit opening weekend.
View issue 43-1 of the Journal of Biocommunication online.
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