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Cell atlas of primate's retina

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Cell Atlas of primate's foveal and peripheral retina. A cover illustration for the Feb issue.

Ania Hupalowska

Ania Hupalowska

medical illustration of Nature cover art. Editorial.
medical illustration of Cell atlas of primate's foveal and peripheral retina. Cover illustration for the Feb issue.
medical illustration of Cover art for the Cell Journal, October 09, 2014.

The cover depicts the CRISPR-Cas9 knock-in mouse as a wind-up toy about to navigate a complex maze within the lung.
medical illustration of Cover art for the Genome Research Journal, January 01, 2019.
medical illustration of Cover art for the Genome Research Journal, December, 25, 2015.
Visualised study describes in-depth analysis of single-cell RNA-seq profiles of young and old mouse hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells, which revealed age-dependent differences in cell cycle and differentiation signatures. The cover depicts a mouse riding a bicycle on a single-cell path, where each wheel represents a type of cell cycle and its possible outcome.
medical illustration of Poster to advertise a manuscript published in Cell 2018, 13;1902-1916.
medical illustration of A cover for a conference program in Single Cell Genomics, November 2018.
medical illustration of A proposition for the Science Journal cover visualizing scRNA-seq of a brain sample.
medical illustration of Proposition of a cover art for the Nature Journal.
medical illustration of Ligand-Receptor interaction. Proposition of a cover art for the Cancer Cell Journal.
medical illustration of A Metabolite-Triggered Small Intestinal Remodeling. Proposition of a cover art for the Cell Journal.
medical illustration of A proposition for the Science Journal cover visualizing signaling mechanism in brain.
medical illustration of Immune defense and tissue homeostasis but can also become pathogenic and induce autoimmunity. Proposition of a cover art for the Cell Journal.
medical illustration of Proposition of a cover art for the Cell Journal.
medical illustration of Single cell transcriptomics reveals new types of neurons. Proposition of a cover art for the Cell Journal.
medical illustration of Synchronized swimmers as an analogy to embryo development.
medical illustration of Mapping the route rrom totipotency to lineage specification. Poster for the Keystone Symposia, 2015.
medical illustration of Building the mammalian embryo. Poster.
medical illustration of Blastocyst implantation. Illustration for a scientific publication.
medical illustration of Illustration for a scientific publication.
medical illustration of Graphical abstract of the research findings. 
A Cancer Cell Program Promotes T Cell Exclusion and Resistance to Checkpoint Blockade. Graphical abstract for a scientific publication, Cell, November 01, 2018.
medical illustration of T Helper Cell Cytokines Modulate Intestinal Stem Cell Renewal and Differentiation. Graphical abstract for a scientific publication, Cell, November 15, 2018.
medical illustration of CARM1 and Paraspeckles Regulate Pre-implantation Mouse Embryo Development. Graphical abstract for a scientific publication, Cell, December 13, 2018.
medical illustration of Retina. Illustration for a scientific publication.
medical illustration of NF-kB signaling.
medical illustration of Antigen induced signaling. Illustration for a scientific publication.
medical illustration of Stages of a tumor growth and metastasis. Illustration for a scientific publication.
medical illustration of Tumor niche, metastasis. Illustration for a scientific publication.
medical illustration of Workflow of an experiment. Illustration for a scientific publication.
medical illustration of Eye.
medical illustration of Drug administration via a nasogastric tube.
medical illustration of Administration of a nasogastric tube.
medical illustration of Lumbar puntcure.
medical illustration of Healthy tissue vs disease (cancer, neurodevelopment disease, inflammation, vascular disease).
medical illustration of Illustration of an intestine, liver and kidney.
medical illustration of Illustration of a heart and thyroid.

Profile

Anna Hupalowska, PhD. Artist and scientist providing visual solutions for biomedical communication. I create biomedical illustrations and visualizations that combine art and science to communicate scientific discoveries to the public to demonstrate their value. My career began in cell and developmental biology at the University of Warsaw, Poland and was continued at the University of Cambridge, UK. My illustrations were published in Cell, Nature, Science, Cold Spring Harbour Perspectives, Genome Research, Molecular and Cellular Biology journals. I created visualizations for the Harvard University, Broad Institute, MIT, Columbia University, International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Cambridge, University of California to highlight key insights of their research.

Style/Techniques

Cartoon, Color, Design, Line, Line with Color

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Embryology, Emergency Medicine, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, Genetics, Maternal / Child, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Reproductive Biology, Respiratory, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Health & Wellness