AMI Day 4
Posted by Janet on July 19, 2008
A lot of people had left by the fourth day. Those who stayed, myself included, had stopped taking vigorous notes and started dressing down.
My day began with the second talk given by “Charles Darwin.” It was actually Craig Gosling dressed up as Darwin, but you could almost believe he was Darwin. “Darwin” showed slides as he talked about his life and the importance of illustrators to him during his career.
Of the concurrent sessions in the afternoon, I attended part of a poster session (just enough to gain inspirations and come up with a research topic to fulfill my graduation requirement) before going back to the hotel room to nap. Then I went back to the next talk by Ahmet Sinav, who showed a series of anatomical mistakes that appeared in anatomical atlases from past to present.
The evening was concluded with a dinner and live auction.