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Session 11: Business P2

Session 11: Presentation 2 Business Concurrent B Principal Financial Session 3:00 - 3:30 pm Financial Wellness Brad Brown, Financial Advisor at Principal Financial Group A Healthy Approach to Money Matters Learning Objectives: 1. Improve your spending habits 2....

Session 16: Business

Session #16: Business Concurrent B Principal Financial Session 5:00pm - 5:30pm Your Life, Your Money and Retirement Why Planning for Retirement Needs to Start Now and How to Do It Learning Objectives: 1. Types of accounts to save for retirement 2. How much is enough...

Vesalius Trust Student Showcase

1:00 - 2:30 pm Vesalius Trust Student Showcase Moderated by Allie Buck & Jeff Day Invited Vesalius Trust student participants share their thesis projects and portfolios with the AMI community. 2022 Participants: Amy Zhang Building undergraduate life science...

Business Lunch

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Session 17: Business

​5:00 - 5:30 pm Category: Business Why Everyone Should Volunteer with the AMI Expand your toolkit of abilities, market yourself to clients and employers, and make new friends. Volunteering may be unpaid, but being a volunteer can mean real financial and personal...

Session 15: Art

5:00 - 5:30 pmCategory: Art BioRhythm Drawings: The Cultivation of Expressive Line with Inspirations from Ranice Crosby and Dr. Betty Edwards A singular yet formative interaction with Ranice Crosby in 2006 inspired Sarah Faris to begin a meditative drawing practice in...

Session 13: Business

Session #13: Business Concurrent B Principal Financial Session 3:45 - 4:45 pm Planning for Your Business Understanding risk that impacts your business, your employees and your family thru “financial risk” avoidance, reduction, acceptance, and transfer. Learning...

Session 12: Art – Part 2

3:45 - 4:45 pm Category: Art Over the Horizon: A Look at What's Coming This presentation will briefing summarize a nontraditional medical illustration career and the novel, next generation platforms that will be used by military medical personnel as a venue for...

Session 12: Art – Part 1

3:45 - 4:45 pm Category: Art Craniopagus Twin Separation Guided by Novel Virtual and Physical Pre-Surgical Simulation Craniopagus twins, or twins conjoined at the cranium, have a very rare congenital anomaly, which occurs in one out of every ~2.5 million births....

Session 11: Business P1

Session 11: Presentation 1 Business Concurrent B Principal Financial Session 2:30 -3:00 pm Market Review and Outlook Matthew Ochoa, Regional Director at Morningstar Managed Portfolios and Carolyn Szaflik, Portfolio Specialist at Morningstar Managed Portfolios Learn...

Session 09: Business

1:15 - 2:15 pm 1 CEU Hr: Business Drawn Solo: Breaking into Science Art and Building your Business Maybe you're a student, dreaming of running your own studio someday. Maybe you're a new professional trying to find the right job, but not quite inspired with your work...

Session 10: Biomed

2:30 - 3:30 pm Category: Biomed The Convergence of Radiologic Data, 3D Printing, Medical Illustration, and Advanced Visualization The presentation will focus on how Mayo Clinic is taking segmented radiologic data, texture mapping 3D patient specific data in medical...

Session 08: Art

1:15 - 2:15 pm 1 CEU Hr: Art Not a Horror Show - The Power of Non-gory Medical-legal Visuals Gruesome. Disturbing. Provocative. Gory. Too often these words come to mind when viewing a graphic medical-legal visual that portrays trauma or surgical concepts. Images that...

Session 07: Biomed

10:15 - 11:15 am 1 CEU Hr: Biomed Trusted and Accurate Health Education with a DEI Perspective: Current State and Forward Approach Health literacy entails trusted, accurate, personalized health education. It is prudent to acknowledge where patients are in their health...

Session 06: Business

9:00 - 10:00 am 1 CUE Hr: Business Dos and Don'ts When You're Infringed In the back of your mind you knew this day would come. You have heard countless stories of others whose works have been stolen. Now it's your work that has been copied, appropriated...stolen. You...

Session 05: Biomed

8:00 - 9:00 am 1 CEU: Biomed, Supported by the Vesalius Trust Robert J. Demarest Fund Use of Etymology to Better Understand Anatomical Terminology Etymology is the study of the origin of words and the historical development of its meaning. Understanding the meaning of...

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Session 29: Art 2

4:00 - 5:00 pm Category: Art Shoe Strings and Shiny Things: Methods for Creating Surgical Simulation Models Surgical techniques training in residency program employs an internship model of surgical training where learners observe surgical procedures, then perform the...

Session 29: Art 1

4:00 - 5:00 pm Category: Art Exploring the Use of VR to Improve Learning Outcomes for Complex Anatomical Subject Matter Craig Foster and Jesse O'brien have been collaborating in the classroom at the Rochester Institute of Technology over the past four years, exploring...

Session 28: Biomed 2

4:00 - 5:00 pm Category: Biomed Exploring New Technologies in the NIAID Biovisualization Lab In this short presentation, I will briefly explore several applications built in the NIAID biovisualization lab to address specific problems encountered by our researchers and...

Session 28: Biomed 1

4:00 - 5:00 pm Category: Biomed Mapping the Human Body at Single-Cell Resolution: Developing the Human Reference Atlas The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP) aims to create a computable, open-source map of the human body at single-cell resolution. The resulting...

Session 26: Biomed 2

2:45 - 3:45 pm Category: Biomed Animation vs. Images for Learning Abstract Concepts: Does Modality Matter? A Case Study in MRI Physics Online animations and videos are increasingly popular for learning, but do they work any better than images for explaining abstract...

Session 26: Biomed 1

2:45 - 3:45 pm Category: Biomed Bearing Witness to the Singularity: Trends at the Cutting Edge of Biomedical Innovation The singularity in medicine is well underway. On a daily basis, biotech start-ups exit stealth mode and reveal their technologies, each more...

Session 27: Business 1

2:45 - 3:45 pm Session 27: Business (Presentation 1) Cultural Diversity in the Global Understanding of Copyright How do people around the world understand the issues of intellectual property and copyright infringement? As the world becomes smaller and our client base...

Session 25: Business

1:30 - 2:30 pm Copyright and Rights Management at Universities and Institutions Moderated by Betsy Weissbrod, Presenters: Brittany Bennett, Eo Trueblood, Jennifer Fairman, Wes Price According to the 2018 AMI Pulse of the Profession Survey, over 50% of respondents...

Session 27: Business 2

2:45 - 3:45 pm Category: Business Empowering the Next Generation of Science Communicators: Promoting Diversity and Setting your Internship up for Success In 2020, Chinami Michaels and her coworkers set up an initiative at work to act on the lack of diversity in...

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Session 24: Biomed 2

10:30 - 11:00 am Forensic Identification Discussion of the different levels and techniques regarding identification Session Takeaways: Understand the different levels of identification in forensic pathology and when each would be used. Learn the different methods for...

Session 24: Biomed

11:00 - 11:30 am Category: Biomedical Laboratory Simulations and Tools for Assessing Tornado and Other Windstorm Hazards to Civil Structures Extreme weather phenomena such as tornadoes, downbursts, gust fronts and hurricanes cause 36% of combined insured losses from...

Session 23: Business

10:30 - 11:30 am Contracts - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly This one hour plenary presentation will teach participants how to recognize, revise and negotiate bad contract language and terms. Many medical illustrators, from the inexperienced to the highly experienced,...

Session 21: Biomed

9:15 - 10:15 am Category: Biomed Stem Cells and Bioengineering for Development of Brain Repair Strategies In our nervous system, the death of neurons is often a devastating consequence of neurodegenerative diseases or severe injury. A significant problem with...

Session 20: Business

9:15 - 10:15 am Category: Business From Employee to Self-Employed: Lessons from Launching a Solo Medical Illustration Business Is self-employment a good fit for you? How does a medical illustrator make the jump from employee to solopreneur? Veronica shares insights...

Session 19: Art – Part 2

9:15 - 10:15 am Category: Art Diversity in Medical Illustration and its Impact Medical illustrators have long been an integral part in making the human body and the medicine that cares for it more accessible to human beings. So it is no surprise that lately the...

Session 19: Art – Part 1

9:15 - 10:15 am Category: Art Creating and Diversifying Trainers and Consumables in Medical Simulation The expanding accessibility and affordability of 3D printers offers unique opportunities in medical education and simulation. Combining manufacturing techniques can...

Session 18: Muriel McLatchie Lecture

8:00 - 9:00 am Category: Art How to Stop your Molecules Looking Like They ‘Know’ Where to Go – The Problem of Agency in Molecular Animation A problem that plagues many 3D molecular animations is the way molecules are presented moving around the cell – flying straight...