Biomedical Communications Alumni Association
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
The Biomedical Communications Alumni Association aims to strengthen the existing BMC community
and foster the growth of the BMC industry
The BMCAA is proud to support a tightly knit community of alumni, students, and faculty of the University of Toronto's Master of Science in Biomedical Communications (MScBMC). BMC alumni see themselves as proud, lifelong members of a global biomedical communications community in pursuing innovation and excellence at the intersection of medicine, health and visual communication.
We are governed by a volunteer Executive Committee that facilitate initiatives and events that will bring the broader community together through meaningful and enriching experiences. Throughout the year we hold many community building events, such as guest speaker presentations, workshops, and socials, as well as special events such as our annual "unconference", a day where alumni and students share new and innovative ideas, techniques, and research.
2019-2020 Executive Committee
Hello! I am a graduate from the 1T8 class and currently working as a medical animator at INVIVO Communications. I come with a background in science and formal art training so naturally, I love making some good looking science and telling a great story. When I'm not at my computer, I enjoy great food, hanging with my cat, and a fun adventure. This is my first year as a BMCAA exec member and I'm looking forward to giving back to the wonderful BMC community as this term's co-president.
As a BMC (2016) alumna, Susan is venturing into her 3rd year as an executive member of the BMCAA. On top of being a project manager at AXS Studio and the BMCAA events coordinator, Susan likes to keep her calendar packed with lots of activities. If you don’t find her working away at a local cafe, you could probably find Susan at the climbing gym or playing volleyball with her friends. With her past experience on the BMCAA, she’s excited to continue to plan new and creative event
I am an editorial/medical freelance illustrator and animator. I focused on patient education animation for my MRP. I love anything to do with animation, history, snacks and my pet cat!
I'm currently a self-employed medical animator and illustrator from the class of 1T0. I'd describe myself as a foodie, board gamer, nature doc binger, and current "Civilization 6" addict.