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Adriana Lippy

medical illustration of This image and its pair was created for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to promote their immunotherapy program. Autologous T cells are reprogrammed to attack cancer cells in the body, such as the acute myeloid leukemia cell depicted in this image.
medical illustration of This image and its pair was created for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to promote their immunotherapy program. Autologous T cells are reprogrammed to attack cancer cells in the body, such as the acute myeloid leukemia cell depicted in this image. This image shows the T cell-induced apoptosis of the cancer cell.
medical animation of A 3D medical animation describing the pathological process of acute inflammation. Key steps depicted include vasodilation, leukocyte margination, endothelial contraction, leukocyte rolling, diapedesis, chemotaxis, and phagocytosis.  

This animation was made for the University of Dundee School of Medicine and is shown to first year medical and dental students as part of the pathology curriculum. 
Winner of the BCA BioImages 2016 Merit Award for Medical Education in Motion Media Division.
medical illustration of This image was created for a biomedical research lab for a poster presentation. HIV affects the gut which has huge impacts on the gut/immune axis and liver. Gross structures depicted include the portal vein, liver, stomach, pancreas, intestines, and mesenteric lymphnodes. Microscopic structures include portal triads in the liver, hepatocytes, and Kuppfer cells.
medical illustration of This is a vector image of a Balfour retractor used in abdominal surgeries. Several styles of Balfour retractor were merged to create a generic image of the surgical tool.
medical illustration of This digital line drawing shows both the deep and superficial branches of the ulnar nerve in the wrist and hand. It is difficult to find illustrations showing both branches because they travel through different layers of tissue. Studies were done on several anatomical specimens then compiled to create the final image. Surrounding anatomical structures of the hand are also depicted.
medical illustration of This is a 3D model of a polycystic kidney caused by polycycstic kidney disease. It is able to be fully animated.
medical illustration of This image and its pair were created for a biomedical research lab for presentations. Both show the malaria parasite at the sporozoite stage invading a hepatocyte (liver cell). The researchers wanted a photgraph-like image and a more stylized one to show detailed protein interactions.
medical illustration of This image and its pair were created for a biomedical research lab for presentations. Both show the malaria parasite at the sporozoite stage invading a hepatocyte (liver cell). The researchers wanted a photograph-like image and a more stylized one to show detailed protein interactions.
medical illustration of This is a 3D model reconstructed from a CT scan. Osirix was used to convert the CT data to a 3D model then the model was cleaned, textured, and rendered. The final image depicts the distance between the skin an the underlying skeleton.
medical illustration of This is a colored pencil drawing of an American badger based on a photograph created for a wildlife illustration course.
medical illustration of This color pencil illustration of a carrion crow was created for a personal commission

Profile

Adriana Lippy is a freelance illustrator and animator for the biomedical research, healthcare and educational industries. She takes commissions for 3D animations, digital illustrations and traditional illustrations. She has created images for websites, posters, presentations, publications and billboards. Adriana can work with you to make technical figures for your study, animations for your medical curriculum, or illustrations to educate the public. Adriana has a BSc in Microbiology from Washington State University, Certificate in Natural Science Illustration from University of Washington, and a MSc in Medical Art from the University of Dundee. She won the BioCommunications Association's BioImages 2016 Merit Award for Medical Education in Motion Media Division. Select clients include the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Center for Infectious Disease Research, Institute for Systems Biology, and Journal of Hepatology.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Black & White, Cartoon, Color, Line, 3D

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Orthopaedics, Urology, Zoology