Biomedical Communications - Services

The Department of Biomedical Communications offers services to help produce a wide variety of biomedical media to meet your needs.

We produce visuals for:

  • Printed publications
    • Journal articles
    • Books and monographs
    • Brochures
    • Posters
  • Electronic publications
  • Powerpoint presentations
  • Web pages
  • Online education
  • Press releases and video news articles

We also help develop, produce and consult on:

  • Training and educational modules
  • Websites
  • UT Telecampus courses
  • Materials for special needs for meetings and symposia

Services provided:

  • Medical illustration
    • B&W line art
    • B&W tone
    • Color

  • Medical animation
    • 2D (i.e. Flash)
    • 3D
  • Poster Production
    • Lectures
    • Symposia

  • Multimedia consultation and development
    • Lab websites
    • Online education
    • UT Telecampus
      • In conjunction with UTSW Continuing Education
      • Interactive programs on CD and DVD

  • Special projects
    • Educational modules to support NIH and other grants requiring and educational component
    • Training and educational modules for surgical or laboratory procedures, clinical methods and patient education
    • Special needs for symposia and meetings
    • Websites for biotech companies

  • Consultation services
    • Discuss and develop a strategy and plan for a project
    • Produce and coordinate projects between departments and a variety of campus services.

Links to available resources:

"The Development of a Guide for Designing a University Spin Out Corporate Identity Package." J. Cabrera, (2006)

"An Instructional Guide and Model Website for the Development of a Medical Research Laboratory Website," M. York (2004)

Development of an Instructional Module on the Basics of Web Design for Scientists Interested in Creating a Web Page," M. Wilkins (2003)

Contact us:

To get a quote or discuss a project:
Call (214)648-4699 or

Featured Projects

3D Animations

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SARS - Richard P.Howdy, Jr.

Telomerase - Megan Constan Rojas
( Jerry Shay. Ph.D. and Woodring Wright, M.D., Ph.D.)

Apoptosis - Rebecca Litton
( John Abrams, Ph.D.)

New Research Strategies in End-Stage Heart Disease - David Aten
( J. Michael DiMaio, M.D.)

Illustrations for Publication

Kim Hoggatt Krumwiede produced illustrations for Elliot Frohman, M.D.on new diagnostic uses for Optical Coherence Tomography in Multiple Sclerosis. The article has been accepted for publication in the Archives of Neurology.







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