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A unique and exciting opportunity organised by London & South East Regional meetings open to all members.
Grasp anatomy in 3D by sculpting all of the facial muscles on to a replica skull and uncover the mechanisms of appearance in conditions such as Bell’s Palsy, stroke, facial nerve tumours and trauma. Be inspired as you work amongst famous anatomical wax models by Joseph Towne, and a wide collection of rare pathology specimens.
Expert tuition provided by Pascale Pollier, with over 20 years experience as a Medical Artist trained under Forensic Facial Reconstruction Artist, Richard Neave. Pascale is also President of AEIMS.
£45 for IMI members or £60 for non members (including all materials)
Limited number of conditional* places available
For more information please click on the image above or see the attached flyer. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your membership status or details of the medical context in which you work or study. Your place will be secured with registration and fee deposit
*The museum is closed to the general public and only open to the ‘Medical Public’. All forms of photography, filming and social media are prohibited by participants, but work will be documented by an official photographer and made available. No previous experience necessary.