Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Office of Public Affairs

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Photos and Video

Photographs may be used to accompany news and/or feature stories about SIU School of Medicine. A photo symbol appears when photos are provided with our News releases. More photos are available of administrators, faculty, research, educational and clinical activities. Contact us with your specific needs.

When credits are provided by your publication, please credit SIU School of Medicine. We also can provide an individual photographer's name. For more information, contact our office or email us at publicaffairs@siumed.edu.

Zenfolio - View selected galleries of SIU School of Medicine photographs.

Portraits and biographies of many of SIU's faculty and some adminstrative staff.

Buildings in Springfield and Carbondale as well as our affiliated hospitals in Springfield, Carbondale, Decatur and Quincy.

Sculpture on the School of Medicine's campus in Springfield.

 

Getting a Portrait Taken

View this pdf for things to consider when having your portrait taken: Portrait Considerations

Directions and maps to the photography studio are available in these pdfs.
Directions to the Building
Finding your way to the studio once inside 327 West Calhoun

 

Requesting Photos and Video

Photography requests should be sent to Jason Johnson jjohnson@siumed.edu at least one week in advance. SIU School of Medicine retains rights to all photography and reserves the right to use photography and video for promotional purposes. Public Affairs must approve any photography that represents SIU School of Medicine or SIU HealthCare.

Video requests are considered as scheduling permits. We recommend allowing 4-6 weeks minimum to complete your project. Public Affairs must approve any video that represents SIU School of Medicine or SIU HealthCare. Contact us for more details.

Phone 217-545-8000
P.O. Box 19620
Springfield, IL 62794-9620
The mission of the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is to assist the people of central and southern Illinois in meeting their health care needs through education, patient care, research, and service to the community.

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