Poster A3 in English

Edition 2015
The Giliola Gamberini Award is promoted by Centro di Visualizzazione Biomedica (formerly Scuola
Superiore di Disegno Anatomico of Bologna University) and by AEIMS (Association Européenne des
Illustrateurs Médicaux et Scientifiques). The aim of the prize, named after Giliola Gamberini, is to keep
alive her work and memory, while promoting the profession of medical-scientific illustrator and the
use of illustrations in a clinical and professional setting.
The competition is open to professional illustrators in the medical and scientific fields and to
students attending specialist schools for scientific illustration. The competition topic is the
“Musculoskeletal Illustrative View”.
To ENTER the competition and for further INFORMATION and details of eligibility:
Giliola Gamberini
One year after the death of Giliola Gamberini, the first edition is taking place of the Prize named after
her. Giliola was a technician and lecturer in medical-scientific illustration at the Scuola Superiore di
Disegno Anatomico, Bologna University, for over 30 years, contributing to the promotion of this unique
and fascinating profession. Giliola was also a founder member of AEIMS, the European Association of
Medical-Scientific Illustrators, to which she dedicated unstinting passion.
An exhibition will be staged at the “Luigi Cattaneo” Anatomical Wax Museum at Bologna
University and a catalogue will be printed showing the artwork selected by the jury.
Competition winners in both categories (professional and student) will receive an Apple iPad
as a prize.
Entries and submissions to the competition are solely via registration online and shall be made
by 22 March 2015, midnight CET. The prize-winning ceremony will take place in Bologna (Italy)
on a date in April/May 2015 yet to be decided. Entry is free of charge.
The Award is organized in collaboration with the Department of Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences of
Bologna University and with Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli of Bologna.
FIG. 1 - Accesso posterolaterale per emiresezione
diafiso-metafisaria distale posteriore del femore
FIGG. 2 e 3 - Chirurgia dell’ernia inguinale con metodo Bassini
Illustrations: Giliola Gamberini
Association Européenne
des Illustrateurs Médicaux et Scientifiques