An international association of photographers, videographers and graphic designers who create visual media for medicine and science.
Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic BIOCOMM will become a year of virtual events. Monthly Zoom sessions of workshops, plenary presentations, Infoshare and our annual Business Meeting and Town Hall meetings will be spread throughout 2021. Virtual BIOCOMM 2021 gives us an opportunity to stay connected while continuing to learn and network.
BioImages Awardees & Exhibition
Michael Peres, RBP, FBCA
BioImages is excited to invite you to the last Virtual BIOCOMM meeting of the year. Join us at 6pm on November 30th when we will announce the winners of the BioImages 2021 online exhibition.
Please join us each month for Virtual BIOCOMM 2021. All are welcome to attend! Come and participate and meet new colleagues.
If you have something to share please email Connie Johansen, Director Conferences.
Our in-person annual meeting BIOCOMM 2022 will be in Santa Fe, New Mexico October 12‑14, 2022.
The BioCommunications Association is pleased to announce the BioImages 2020 Salon! The Salon entries are now posted in the BioImages Gallery. Many thanks to the Judges for their hard work and expertise selecting this year's Salon and Award winners.
In the Fall 2021 issue of the BCA news find out about exciting changes that have been made to BioImages. Welcome new members, meet retired member Ken Sinclair, and give a fond farewell to Ron Irvine. Learn how to become a videographer for JoVE and photographing what’s in your garden.
This Special Issue of the Journal of Biocommunication, the professional journal of the Association of Medical Illustrators and the BioCommunications Association, is published in acknowledgement of this dark time in our professional history and in recognition of controversies that emanate from the creation of Eduard Pernkopf's Atlas of Topographical and Applied Human Anatomy. The collection of resources in this Special Issue is intended to contribute to the current and future examination of medical legacies, to advance scholarship and Holocaust education, in many contexts, including biomedical visualization. This JBC Special Issue 2021 is dedicated to the memory of all victims of the Holocaust, and especially to those victims portrayed in the atlas.