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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)

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April 29, 2021

2nd Digital Dissection Drawing Day - Fri 30 Apr 2021

BIOMAB is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting as part of the MAA conference and this is open to MAA members and student members and BIOMAB/AEIMS members.

This will be our 2nd Digital Dissection Drawing Day on 30/04/2021.

Official start DDDD: 13:30 UCT +01 - finish: 16:30 UCT +01. 
(13:30 Brussels Time / 12:30 UK Time)


On the day anatomist Francis Van Glabbeek (University of Antwerp) together with Tom Quisenaerts (CHIMES - Surgery for Medical Students) will be dissecting a fresh frozen arm. The dissection process will be explained and afterwards the specimen will be displayed from different angles to draw from. 


The BIOMAB Board
Francis Van Glabbeek
Pascale Pollier 
Ann Van de Velde 
Geert Van Eeckhout

Johan Devrome
Tom Dietvorst
Kitty Vancouillie

Anatomy Drawing students 
Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp


Philip Ball ( MAA Chairman)
Debbie Maizels ( MAA Members Secretary)


Streaming link to the dissection is private and may not be shared to any third parties without permission. 

Zoom meeting starts at 13:15 UCT+01
13:15 Brussels time / 12:15 UK Time

Dissection starts at 13:30.

We really look forward to seeing you all on Friday

The BIOMAB Board
Francis Van Glabbeek
Pascale Pollier 
Ann Van de Velde 
Geert Van Eeckhout

BIOMAB webinar and streaming protocol for visiting Professionals 

All attendees for webinars will only receive an invitation via a BIOMAB supervisor.  

All webinars require formal Registration through BIOMAB in order to receive an invitation to an event. 

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Before signing into the BIOMAB webinar, ensure your computer audio and camera are set ‘on’ under either ‘settings’ or ‘system preferences’, in order that you can be seen and heard.  

If your ‘camera/video’ is not enabled, leave the ‘room’ check your settings and re-join the room once enabled, alternatively use another device such as your phone. 

Any participant who removes their camera/video option will be removed from the event ‘room’ by the webinar supervisor, unless express temporary visual loss has been approved in advance. 

All participants are required to be seen, be present and participate positively with the session. 

Participants will be held in the ‘waiting room’ until the supervisor begins the webinar. 

Once the webinar has begun you may mute your microphone, as this can help eliminate background noise and distract other attendees. 

Use a headset to help reduce external noise and support your hearing or speaking. 

You may use the 'raise your hand’ function if you wish to speak or the chat option to ask question, which can be found in the centre at the bottom of your screen. 

Attendees are not permitted to record or otherwise ‘capture’ the content of any webinar or similar BIOMAB Streaming event in any way. 

In the event where the BIOMAB may wish to record an event, the participants present will be informed and their consent requested. 

Under no circumstances may any BIOMAB events be attended by any unregistered persons.  

Under no circumstances may any webinar or streaming event content be circulated to a third party, whether these be recordings’, or any selected supportive material prepared and subsequently added to the BIOMAB webinar page relating to this event. 

Remember to sign out and leave the meeting or leave when requested to do so by the supervisor. 

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