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For those engaged in medical illustration and who hold a professional qualification approved by Council. Professional Members are entitled to use the letters MIMI after their name.Apply Here
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Since 1968 IMI has set and maintained standards for the medical illustration profession, bringing together the disciplines of clinical photography, medical art, illustration, graphic design and video within healthcare.
The Institute's members are a highly specialised and skilled group of people contributing to the care of patients and the teaching of medicine and allied health subjects.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Andrew Johnson.
Open for applications to support individual study or research in illustrative documentation in medicine.
The May 2014 edition of IMI News is now available for your viewing pleasure.
Nominations are requested for two new members of Council and Chairman Elect. The closing date to reach our solicitors is Friday August 1st 2014.
Collaborators from the Metropolitan Police, National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA), the Home Office Centre for Applied Science and Technology (CAST), Expert Forensics Ltd, BARTS London School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Glamorgan, and Cardiff University have joined forces within the DePICA (DErmatological Patterned Injury Capture and Analysis) Research Group to investigate the image capture and analysis of dermatological patterned injuries, such as bruises, bite marks, burns, and scalds.