The University of Arizona

BioCommunications Departmental Updates

BioCom’s service desk is now open for questions, pick-ups, and deliveries. Hours of operation are:

Monday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fridays: Working Remotely.

Please call 520.626.7343 or email ops@biocom.arizona.edu.


Our photographers are now taking appointments for portrait and group sittings. Available times will be Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm. Please email ops@biocom.arizona.edu to start the process.

For Video production services, please contact Gilberto Vega (gilbertovega@arizona.edu).

Poster printing services are available Monday through Thursday from 8:00am – 4:00pm. Please allow one business day for printing. The poster request form can be found at https://biocom.arizona.edu/eform/submit/poster-request-form

Copy Services are available in the main BioCom office, room 3404 and is open on Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9:00am and 4:00 pm. Intermittent Hours on Fridays. Please complete a request at  https://biocom.arizona.edu/eform/submit/cts-submit-job. For class notes, please send an email to cts@biocom.arizona.edu.

For classroom support services, contact: 
Ricky Bergeron rickyb@email.arizona.edu
Barry Bernard bernardb@email.arizona.edu

For web services and graphic design, contact:
Alex Lyon alexlyon@email.arizona.edu (web and graphic design)
Edgar Mendoza mendoza5@email.arizona.edu (graphic design)

Photography

Medical Photography

Caution, certified biological photographer on board
 

Surgical PhotographyOur photographers are trained in the surgical suite protocol for photographing high resolution, intra-operative images needed for teaching and documentation. We generally can respond to calls on a STAT basis and be in the OR within 10-15 minutes of a request. Surgeons anticipating the need for surgical photography can call our operations desk at 626-7343 to request a photographer. When possible, prearrange the scheduling of a photographer to document a surgery to avoid conflicts.

We are also ready to photograph patients in the clinics or, if they’re ambulatory, in our studio. We also have the ability to do “total body” photography for dermatological mole mapping.