Our work is research based, observing the human body in all its diversity; life and nature in all its beauty, strength, fragility, disease, mortality and death. All this and more is what inspires us.
the official website of Biological and Medical Art in Belgium
University of Antwerp, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp, Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences
Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp / School of Arts - AP University College Royal Academy of Fine Arts Ghent / School of Arts - University College Ghent Haute école des arts du Rhin - HEAR, Didactique visuelle (F) University of the Arts London - UAL (UK) Medical Artists' Education Trust - MAET (UK) University of Dundee, Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (UK) ART RESEARCHES SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS (ARSIC)
we are happy to announce that the 10th
BIOMAB-ARSIC Dissection Drawing Day on Friday 16
September 2016 09:30 AM - 05:00 PM in Antwerp, Belgium will be part of
the 10th Antwerp Medical Students' Congress SURGERY: ON THE CUTTING EDGE, 14-18 Sep 2016.
In medical sciences
and especially in surgery traditionally illustrations are created to enable
communication between scientist and reader, teacher and student, and physician
and patient. Art and science come together in medical illustration.
This year AMSC offers a unique opportunity to those students with
wish to study and explore human anatomy together with highly regarded medical
artists at the 10th BIOMAB-ARSIC Dissection Drawing Day. You will take
part in an intensive workshop, lectures and group discussions on human and
comparative anatomy, with time to draw, to paint and to photograph.
Specialists in human (Prof. Dr. Francis Van
Glabbeek, dr. Geert Van Eeckhout) and animal anatomy (Prof. Dr. Peter Bols)
will dissect and explain in close detail an upper and lower arm, an upper and
lower leg, head and neck anatomy with its facial musculature, a human
torso and comparative animal anatomy. Medical artists (AEIMS president Pascale
Pollier, BIOMAB scientific member dr. Ann Van de Velde and UK based medical artist and independent researcher Lisa Temple-Cox) will supervise the
Universiteit Antwerpen – Antwerp University, Faculty
of Medicine and Health Sciences, Campus Drie Eiken, Building TB,Dissection Room, Universiteitsplein 1, Wilrijk (Antwerp). PARKING
P4. Nearest bus station UZA (bus 17 departing from Antwerp Central Station -
bus 22 departing from Antwerp Groenplaats). The Anatomy building lies behind
the UZA, 5 minutes walking.
Registration includes attendancy to the Workshops, Lectures,
Guided Tour, Goodiebag, Food and Drinks.
Gala Dinner (SATURDAY)
Payment for the AMSC can be made by means of the following two ways:
Antwerp Medical Students Association
2610 Wilrijk, Belgium
IBAN: BE90 9731 2491 6432
Payment notice: AMSC fee (+ dinner)
Please note that registration for the Antwerp Medical Students' Congress can
only be completed once your payment has been made. If you have any
queries about your payment, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT: Cash payment (20 euro pp) in the Dissection Room is possible but for
the workshop “DISSECTION DRAWING DAY” only on 16 September (not for the other days). Otherwise bring your proof of full congress payment with you.
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non-profit organisation founded in 2010
2010-2015 BOARD: Pascale Pollier-Green, president - Francis Van Glabbeek, vice-president - Ann Van de Velde, treasurer - Chantal Pollier, secretary