Alumna Carolyn Teare-Richardson (BScAAM ‘79) passed away on July 6, 2018 at the age of 62. Her obituary describes her as a beloved wife of 39 years, daughter, mother and grandmother. Carolyn, it reads, was known for her compassion, and friends and family “were drawn to her generosity, open spirit and welcoming, accepting nature.” Carolyn […]
Joanna Liang’s(MScBMC 1T7) reconstruction of Habelia optata at the Royal Ontario Museum’s “Spiders: Fear & Fascination” exhibit will be displayed until January 2019. Read the article written by Maeve Doyle , on the AMI website.
Congratulations to Chelsea Canlas, Natividad Chen, Patricia Nguyen and Amanda Miller on being named Vesalian Scholars. Congratulations, too, to the recipient of Vesalius Trust Research Grants: Aileen Lin . The Vesalius Trust annually awards scholarships and research grants based on scholastic achievement and research project merit. A list of previous recipients is available on the Vesalius Trust website. […]
Biomedical Communications students and alumni returned successful from this year’s Association of Medical Illustrators’ annual meeting. AMI 2018 took place in Newton, MA in July 2018, and a number of student, alumni and faculty from the BMC were in attendance. BMC winners in Student Categories Didactic/Instructional-Anatomical/Pathological Chelsea Canlas – Pathology of Oral Herpes – […]