For those following a recognised training course. Students are entitled to all the benefits of membership, have full voting rights and can take part in all the Institute's activities at privileged rates.Apply Here
For anyone with an interest in medical illustration and who supports the objects of the Institute as set forth in the Memorandum of Association.Apply Here
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
For companies who wish to support the aims and activities of the Institute and the profession, or whose business activities include the supply of equipment, materials and services to the profession.Apply Here
Fellowship of the Institute recognises excellent abilities and skills and is its highest distinction of the Institute. Applications may be made by Members of the Institute with a minimum of 5 years’ post-qualification experience.Apply Here
Added:04 September 2018
There are two vacancies for election to IMI’s Council (2018-2021) and you can now vote on-line from the IMI website. The deadline for doing this is Friday September 28th 2018.
Added:06 August 2018
We are a busy private retinal clinic in London’s premier medical district and we are currently looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated Ophthalmic Technician/Photographer to join our existing team of two senior technicians.
Added:30 July 2018
Anatomy Lab Live Tour 2019
Added:30 July 2018
The IMI Conference 2018 Programme has been updated.
Added:26 June 2018
Over the past few months, I have received and seen quite a number of email signatures, Directory entries and other instances where medical illustrators are still putting 'RMIP' after their name. This referred to CAMIP registration and, as that is now history, having been passed to the Academy for Healthcare Science in March 2017, it is NOT correct to continue using 'RMIP'. Please check your IMI Directory entry, your email signature and anywhere else that you might still have this acronym and remove it.