The Biomedical Communications graduate students train in Anatomy and Human Embryology with the University of Toronto medical students over the first 10 weeks of the program. At the same time, they learn carbon dust drawing to produce clinical images suitable for textbooks from which medical students learn. Pioneered in the early 1900s by Max Brödel, […]
The Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine (JVCM) featured Class of 2012 graduates Andrea Gauthier’s textbook illustration project and Lyndsay Stephenson’s neuroanatomy project in the Gallery of their December 2012 issue.
Stefania Spano received the good news last December in the kitchen as she enjoyed some therapeutic post-exams baking with her mom. The Biomedical Communications graduate’s graphic story Out of Service took first place in the Dalhousie University Department of Psychiatry’s Annual Student Writing Competition 2012. “I was thrilled,” said Spano. “Healthcare is a very dynamic, […]