ROCHESTER, Minn., June 5, 2014 /CNW/ - The annual gathering of the Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI), which will take place July 23-26, 2014, in Rochester, Minnesota, explores tales of cutting-edge medical procedures, newly discovered molecular processes, revealing scientific mysteries, and inspirational journeys to fascinate us.
North America's premier conference on scientific and medical visualization will bring together a diverse range of visual media professionals who explore advancement and inspiration in the dynamic fields of life sciences. Presented by AMI, an international non-profit organization, registration for the four-day event is open to anyone with a passion for the fusion of science and art.
The conference will offer a diverse program with a breadth of content that includes speakers illuminating topics ranging from sculpting, anatomical body painting, écorché modeling, mobile technology, virtual 3D simulation, and paper quilling to environmental physiology, regenerative medicine, 3D medical imaging, patient engagement strategies, and the separation of conjoined twins. Unique to this conference is a huge media exhibit featuring medical illustration, animations, and interactive media.
In scientific advancement and biomedical visualization we forge into a world of intrigue. Join 400 medical and scientific illustrators, game developers, animators and innovators as they gather together at the hub of one of the world's premier healthcare institutions, the Mayo Clinic.
Fore more information visit: http://www.ami.org/meetings/2014
About the AMI
Since 1945, The Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI) Annual Conference has brought together artists, illustrators, animators, and visual communicators from around the world, to explore advancements, inspirations, and ideas in the dynamic fields of biomedical science and healthcare.
Reserve your Press Pass, request a Digital Press Kit (complete with award-winning art samples), and schedule interviews, by contacting:
Melanie Bowzer, Executive Director
Association of Medical Illustrators
SOURCE: Association of Medical Illustrators
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