Driving impact in science and health through visual communication
Since its inception in 1945, the Master of Science in Biomedical Communications (BMC) program at the University of Toronto is continually evolving in response to the changing nature of science, technology, communication, and our profession. It is one of four accredited master's programs world-wide, and the only one in Canada, that educates students in the visual communication of science, medicine, and health.
As a forward-looking field, BMC alumni are always pushing the envelope in advancing discovery and understanding through the power of visual communication, leveraging educational gaming, augmented reality, UI/UX design, and scientific visualization.
The Biomedical Communications Alumni Association (BMCAA) aims to connect and strengthen the BMC community and drive our industry forward by fostering the sharing of insights and experiences.
Live stream workshop
Thu, July 23rd 2020 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
The comfort of your own home! The workshop will be held over video chat.
Our next livestream will be featuring Wendy Gu, a 2016 graduate, who currently works as a designer at Bridgeable and has a passion for baking. She is exciting to teach the community how to bake one of the most difficult sweets: French macarons! You can tune in to check it out or follow along!
When: Thursday, July 23rd @ 8 pm
Where: Via a live stream link to be shared closer to the date
What: BMCAA Livestream series - Wendy Gu on Baking Macarons