Chief Research Officer

Training Webinars

BioRender 201: New and Advanced Features
Tuesday, March 19, Noon to 1 p.m.
Upgrade your skillset with our BioRender 201: New & Advanced Features! In this one-hour webinar, learn actionable tips and techniques for designing science figures for your posters, presentations, publications, and more. We'll cover features and concepts such as:

  • Multi-select and alignment tools
  • Custom shapes and lines
  • Leveraging color to augment your illustrations by:
  • Adding deeper context
  • Focusing your audience on key concepts

It is recommended that attendees have experience using BioRender or have attended the BioRender 101: Introduction webinar. 

Past session recordings

Introduction to BioRender

BioRender 101: Introduction at UTMB

BioRender 101: Refresher

BioRender 201: New & Advanced Features

Poster Builder Workshop

Design Tips for Better Posters at UTMB

Protocol Figure Makeover

Graphical Abstract Figure Makeover

Top Tips for Better Grants Figures



The Dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the Vice President of Research have secured an institutional license for BioRender Premium for all faculty, post-docs, staff, residents, fellows and students at UTMB in support of the research enterprise.

BioRender is a critical tool in the development of high quality scientific illustrations for manuscripts, presentations, dissertations and other publications.

If you already have a subscription to BioRender, follow these instructions to cancel it. If you used your email for that account, you can login at the UTMB portal. If you did not use your and want to link your current account with your UTMB account, please contact BioRender Support.

Frequently Asked Questions

BioRender FAQ

How do I create a BioRender account?

Make sure you are on the campus network onsite, or connected through the VPN remotely before you attempt to log in to BioRender for the first time.

Once on the network, visit the BioRender UTMB Portal and log in using your UTMB credentials. 

(If you have questions about connecting through the VPN, please see the Work Remotely page)

If you have trouble logging in, please contact the UTMB Help Desk.