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medical illustration of The process by which immune cells are recruited and cross the
medical illustration of This illustration was created for use as a slide used in presentations to researchers of retinal disease.

Its purpose is to clarify the microscopic structure of the retina of the human eye, especially the interface of the retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cells with the rod and cone outer segments.
medical illustration of Projection slide illustrating possible mechanisms of disruption of cellular processes by arsenic.
medical illustration of Shows a possible mechanism, currently being studied, of arsenic-induced disease. Arsenic enters the cell, where it attaches to a glucocorticoid receptor and interferes with gene activation in the cell nucleus.
medical illustration of Anterior and posterior views of human muscular anatomy, showing both superficial and deep layers.
medical illustration of Frontal section through pelvis of right kidney depicting view of urine collecting system and renal pelvis fat. Published in Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Atlas of Anatomy, 2008.
medical illustration of Chart for journal figure presenting a study of methods for introducing healthy cells into infarcted myocardium. Illustrations are of dissected pig hearts, healthy and infarcted. Main figures reflect the percentage of retained microbeads at various times after infarct and by means of delivery. The line figure orients viewer to regions of left ventricle: anterior, septal, posterior, and lateral.
medical illustration of Black & White, Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, General Medicine, Thoracic Surgery
medical illustration of Using multiple endoscopic views and CT slices, this composite view of the hypopharynx illustrates, for radiologists, the anatomical regions where tumors arise, including the divisions of the pyriform sinus, posterior pharyngeal wall, and the post-cricoid region, which is difficult to visualize in a clinical setting.
medical illustration of Illustration of the effect of oncogen activation on normal termination of p53 response within a cell. Illustrated in a clean, simple, but dynamic style for journal publication in color.
medical illustration of On the left, the figure illustrates the pathways in which ubiquitination/deubiquitination leads to recycling of the CFTR membrane protein or its lysosomal degradation. On the right bacterially-produced Cif enters the cell and inhibits the USP10 activity, leading to increased degradation of CFTR and less of the protein in the membrane. For educational use as a slide or in print.
medical illustration of Illustrates the ubiquitination/deubiquitination of TAP1, which is integral to the presentation of a viral peptide to an MHC Class 1 molecule in the endoplasmic reticulum, so that the antigen can be expressed on the cell membrane. Pseudomonas eruginosa infection releases Cif into the cell, inhibiting TAP1 deubiquitination which is increasingly degraded, interfering with antigen presentation.
medical illustration of Plate designed for magazine advertising and brochure use to illustrate process of dental veneering, in which the enamel is partially removed and replaced by custom porcelain veneers.
medical illustration of Nervous system control of cardiovascular system.
medical illustration of Illustration summarizing one of the neurological experiments conducted on STS-90, the
medical illustration of Illustration summarizing one of the neurological experiments conducted on STS-90, the
medical illustration of Habitus illustration of Green-eyed Skimmer dragonfly, collected by artist.
medical illustration of Poster for a symposium on environmental mercury; used as a worksheet for participants to make notes on during session. Each participant also received small color prints for their own notes.

Profile

- 1998 graduate of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - Board Certified Medical Illustrator since 2001

Style/Techniques

Airbrush, Black & White, Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line, Line with Color

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, Dentistry, Disease Management, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Entomology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Genetics, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Pharmacology, Physical Therapy, Portraits, Respiratory, Thoracic Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery, Virology