“I Am Anatomy,” A campaign to promote awareness and expand perceptions of the professional diversity in the anatomical sciences.
The overall objective of the campaign is to enhance the awareness of anatomy, promote the professional diversity of the discipline, and transform the perception of anatomy, using multimedia including videos and social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.
I Am Anatomy Campaign Update: New Video Contest Coming this Fall
Tune-up your video cameras, get your cast together and write your script; the I Am Anatomy video contest launches this October!
This is your opportunity to submit a one-minute video that tells the story about what anatomy means to you and your team. Your video can be silly, serious, crafty, educational --- the creative approach is up to you.
Valuable prizes will be awarded in several categories. Visit this webpage and watch social media and email for more details. Follow I Am Anatomy on Twitter and Facebook.
About the Campaign
The I Am Anatomy video contest is part of a larger campaign designed to:
- Enhance the awareness of anatomy
- Promote the professional diversity of the discipline
- Transform the perception of anatomy
Co-Principal Investigators Brent Thompson, Ph.D., Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, Joshua W. Little, D.C., Ph.D. (Co-PI), Saint Louis University School of Medicine; and Christina Lewis, Ph.D. (Co-PI), Samuel Merritt University, on behalf of the Membership Committee.
The "I Am Anatomy" project is supported by the Innovations Program.