Annual Winners

1989 Photomicrography Competition


Martin L. Scott, FBPA

Director of Biomedical Photography
Eastman Kodak

Martin L. Scott is director of biomedical photography at the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York. He has lectured extensively on photomicrography, as well on the sciences (especially chemistry and optics) underlying photography. He is past president of the Biological Photographic Association and a member of the New York Microscopical Society, the State Microscopical Society of Illinois and the the Royal Microscopical Society.

John G. Delly, FRMS

Senior Research Microscopist
McCrone Research Institute

John Dell, senior research microscopist, is professor of theoretical and applied microscopy at eh McCrone Research Institute in Illinois. He is also an adjunct professor at Rochester Institute of Technology. A designer of microscopical accessories, he is the author of more than 200 publications, including Photography Through the Microscope. A fellow of the Royal Microscopical Society, he is a member of numerous professional societies, including the State Microscopical Society of Illinois, the New York Microscopical Society, the Quekett Microscopical Club and the Postal Microscopical Society.

Steven C. Chamberlain, Ph.D.

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Bioengineering
Syracuse University

Steven Chamberlain is professor and chairman of the Department of Bioengineering at Syracuse University. He is also head of anatomy at the university’s Institute for Sensory Research. He specializes in analyzing neural feedback pathways from the brain to the eye, and in the biological origin of minerals. His photographs of both neurons and minerals have been widely published. He serves on the editorial boards of several journals and is a member of numerous professional societies including Sigma XI, the Society of Neuroscience and the Mineralogical Association of Canada.

Beth L. Wismar, Ph.D.

Emeritus Associate Professor of Anatomy
The Ohio State University

Beth Wismar is emeritus associate professor of anatomy at The Ohio State University where she has taught histology in the medical, dental and graduate programs. In addition, she is an adjunct faculty member of the Center for Creative Studies at the State University of New York in Buffalo, and a recipient of the Service and Commitment Award of the Creative Education Foundation. She is the author of numerous auto-tutorial and computer-assisted instructional programs in histology; her research interests are in both the morphology of the septic lung and in human learning styles.