Thursday, July 19
Continental Breakfast for all Attendees
Welcome & Announcements
8:15am – 8:30am
Session 1: Keynote
9:00am – 10:00am CEU’s: 0.1 Biomedical Sciences
Jeffrey Drazen, MD – Editor-in-Chief of The New England Journal of Medicine – Clinical trial data are high-quality data that have been obtained because patients put themselves at risk to participate in the trial and clinical trialists designed and implemented a...
Session 2: Molecules & Cells
10:30am – 11:30am CEU’s: 0.05 Art and 0.05 Biomedical Sciences
Prototyping Multiscale Cellular Visualization & Modeling Techniques for Hypothesis Generation, Communication & Learning
Graham Johnson, PhD, CMI – The visual analysis, assembly, and communication of molecule-scale events has benefited greatly from an explosion of available tools and data that has been provided and evolved by the structural biology community over the past 40 years....
Veronica Falconieri, CMI – Molecular visualization is a quintessential example of the central challenge of medical illustration - how can we show what can’t be seen? Scientists and artists have developed diverse solutions to this challenge, and there are molecular...
Gael McGill, PhD – How do molecules really move? What are the methods and datasets that inform us about the nature of inter- and intra-molecular motion? How we can leverage this understanding to create animations that teach and engage while maximizing scientific...
Meet the Speakers + Network
11:30am – 12:00noon
12:00noon – 1:30pm
1:30pm – 2:00pm
Session 3: Looking Forward
2:00pm – 3:00pm CEU’s: TBA
Lian Leng, PhD – Based on Organs-on-Chips technology, Emulate has created a new living system that provides a real-time window into the inner workings of human biology and disease – offering researchers a new technology designed to predict human response with greater...
Michelle Borkin, PhD – What can help enable both the treatment of heart disease and the discovery of newborn stars? Visualization. Specifically interdisciplinary data visualization, the sharing and co-development of tools and techniques across...
Hannah Ahn – As access to global information has become easier with technological advances, social media has become an efficient way for the world to stay connected. Medical institutions have adopted social media practices to expand their businesses, using it as a...
3:00pm – 3:30pm
Session 4: Business & Marketing
3:30pm – 4:30pm CEU’s: 0.1 Business
Aimée Cammilleri, CMI – Looking to launch and grow your own home-based biomedical business and break out into the world of “Business Owner”? Learn the steps necessary to take your business idea and turn it into a successful business. First, I will introduce you to the...
Bill Westwood, MS, CMI, FAMI – Learning how to prepare a legally sound, comprehensive license is a critically important skill for medical illustrators to learn. The first step in acquiring this skill is to understand the terms and terminology involved in licensing....
Jennifer E. Fairman, CMI, FAMI Starting and maintaining a successful business practice takes more than winning projects and meeting deadlines. It also takes commitment to understanding, researching and prospecting the marketplace for new projects and repeat business....
4:30pm – 5:30pm
Attendees will be assigned a table number for this interactive session in order to network and make new connections with the remarkable seasoned professionals and ground breaking newcomers that comprise our exciting field!
7:00pm – 7:30pm Reception (Cash Bar)
7:30pm – 9:30pm Banquet