Join the BCA in our online International Symposium on Biomedical and Scientific Photography (https://bca.org/Symposium). This symposium embraces the breadth of photography by highlighting interesting, as well as lesser-known topics presented by world experts in their respective fields. The diversity of photographic techniques and applications is immense. One of the topics will be Skin Surveillance & Melanoma Lighting Techniques presented by Christina Gundersen.
The symposium will run live July 20-21, 2022 from 1:30pm to 6:15pm EDT
The BioCommunications Association, or BCA, is an international professional association of people working in the biological communications field.
The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain (https://rps.org) has awarded Christina Gundersen the distinctions Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and Accredited Imaging Scientist.
"The Royal Photographic Society Imaging Science Qualification is public recognition that Christina Gundersen AIS ARPS is working as a scientist and using photography to a high standard as part of her work. We are delighted to recognize the work that Christina Gundersen AIS ARPS is undertaking.” -RPS
The Royal Photographic Society is an educational charity promoting both the art and science of photography. The RPS is one of the world’s oldest photographic societies with continuous existence since 1853. The Royal Photographic Society’s Distinctions are one of the most widely recognized and respected photography awards throughout the world.
Christina Gundersen has completed the requirements of the Total Body Mapping Certification Program created by the BioCommunications Association, Inc. (BCA). She is now recorded as Certified in Total Body Photography.
The BioCommunications Association is an international association of photographers, videographers, illustrators and graphic designers who create visual media for medicine and science. BCA's mission is to enhance professional competency and advance the profession through the education and development of our members.
The Total Body Mapping certification program was created by the BioCommunications Association, Inc. (BCA) to provide the medical community with a standardized examination process for evaluating professionals who will be performing photographic documentation of the dermatological condition of living human patients.