Sunday, July 28

Continental Breakfast for all Attendees / New BOG Meeting


Session 17: Brödel Memorial Lecture

8:00am – 9:00am

A Fresh Look at Leonardo

A Fresh Look at Leonardo

Mike Lankford – A thirty minute talk followed by a Q&A, I will look both at Leonardo da Vinci as conventionally interpreted by historians, and what the evidence tells us in a modern context. Likewise, I will look at the historical process and how we know the past...

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Session 18: Art TED-Style Talks

9:00am – 10:30am CEU’s: 0.133 Art

Robert J. Demarest – Iconic Medical Illustrator

Bill Westwood – Bob Demarest had a profound influence on the Association of Medical Illustrators and the profession of medical illustration that continues even today. He was a great intellect, an inspiring, always learning student of anatomy and above all he was a...

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Critique or Presentation

Gene Wright – Students are often placed in scenarios of critique. In Medical Illustration, critiques doesn’t necessarily equate to a real Life experience as we often have to discuss our objectives and present our solutions. In this presentation, I will describe how we...

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Meet the Speakers

10:30am – 11:00am

AMI Sponsored Brunch

11:00am – 12:15pm

Session 19: Effective Storytelling

12:15pm – 1:30pm CEU’s: 0.1 Art

The Intersection of VR Storytelling and Healthcare Training

Carrie Shaw – If healthcare providers in training could step into the perspectives of the patient and other members of the care team, would this make them more effective providers? In this talk, we will explore how virtual reality (VR) storytelling uniquely addresses...

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1:30pm – 1:45pm

Session 20: BioMed TED-Style Talks

1:45pm – 2:45pm CEU’s: 0.067 Biomed

A Brief History of Medical Devices

Ted Kucklick -  For a number of years members have asked me to do a talk on the history of the medical device industry. This will be a talk on how the medical device industry went from small beginnings and the pioneering work of 16th century people like Ambriose Pare...

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Closing Remarks

2:45pm – 3:00pm