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The Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation/Hjärt-Lungfonden

Health cover illustrations

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Kotryna Zukauskaite

I am extremely proud to announce these illustration series for The Swedish Heart-Lung Foundations (Hjärt-Lungfonden) health-themed publications in collaboration with Appelberg content marketing agency.

© Kotryna Zukauskaite

Field Studies Council UK

Invasive plant species of the UK

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Lizzie Harper

A selection of some of the 35 UK invasive plant species illustrated for a fold out identification chart published by Field Studies Council, UK

© Lizzie Harper

Journal of Neurosurgery

Minimally Invasive Hematoma Evacuation

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Fairman Studios, LLC

Minimally invasive neurosurgical procedure for the evacuation using a small cranial keyhole incision of hematoma using a catheter for drainage.

© Fairman Studios

CellCellPress Journal

Cell atlas of primate's retina

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Ania Hupalowska

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

© Ania Hupalowska

European Wilderness Society

Wolves of the World

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Leonardo Alannis

Infographic depicting all subspecies of wolf, including domestic dog.

© Leonardo Alannis 2019

Heartware

VAD Medical Device Animation

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AXS Studio Inc.

This animation was made to introduce cardiac surgeons and other stakeholders to the HeartWare System, its use and key technological advantages. It was important to clearly illustrate the pump’s proprietary suspension system, which eliminates wear. To focus viewer attention, we rendered the system and heart photorealistically and used a simpler illustrative style for supporting elements.

© AXS Studio Inc.

UT Southwestern Medical Center – Bioinformatics

Conference Booth Prototype Video and Banner

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Zusammen Science Art and 3DFilms ◤

360° Preview: https://vimeo.com/300088744 Released Embargo Visualization of Cancer Cell research and proprietary programming language script for conference showcase banner. UT Southwestern Medical Center Lyda Hill Department of Bioinformatics

© ZUSAMMEN® LLC

Faune Magazine

Red-crowned Crane (Grus japonensis)

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Carolyn Jenkins

© Carolyn Jenkins

Jobson Medical Information

Crohn's Disease

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Todd Buck

Crohn's Disease, an inflammatory bowel disease, involves any area of the gastrointestinal tract. Depicted is a section through the ileocecal junction revealing inflammation, ulcers, and thickened bowel wall. Glowing lights suggest other areas of the GI tract affected by the disease. Illustration used on the cover of US Pharmacist magazine, December 2018.

© Todd Buck Illustration LLC

DSE Healthcare Solutions

Charco Caps

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Obtuse Angle

The Obtuse Angle created this whimsical :15 spot for CharcoCaps set in a yoga studio where one yogi has an unfortunate encounter with unwanted intestinal gas.

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USC Keck School of Medicine

STEPP-UP Diabetes Project

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Fran Milner

Patient education for study aiming to reduce health disparities for underserved adults with diabetes on standard multiple daily injection (MDI) therapy using vials and syringes through the use of a simplified lower literacy, culturally and language appropriate approach to teach, implement and follow these individuals started on insulin pens and pumps.

© USC Keck School of Medicine

Dr. Zuzana Oravkinova

Sphincter Pharyngoplasty

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Katelyn McDonald, CMI

Illustrations of the basic steps of an expansion sphincter pharyngoplasty. This surgery is used to narrow the pharyngeal area in children with clefts and too large velo-pharyngeal ports.

© Katelyn McDonald, CMI

Patient Story - 360 VR

Shire Pharmaceuticals

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Sliced Bread Animation

This animation tells an interesting patient story from a unique perspective of Sonja, who is currently living with primary immunodeficiency and the key message emphasises the advantages of switching to the new medication. As a result of using it, Sonja is able to go about her daily life without letting the illness interfere. Sonja’s character was built in 3D and rigged for an animated immersive 360 VR experience. The film been successful and well-received with event attendees.

© Sliced Bread Animation

HOVA Taiwan visual hope association

Merry Christmas

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Emma Cheng

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American College of OB/GYNs (ACOG District II)

Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)

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Foxfire Interactive

Intrauterine devices (IUDs) and contraceptive implants, or long-acting reversible contraception (LARC), are the most effective forms of reversible contraceptives. ACOG District II family planning experts and Foxfire have come together to develop relevant clinical education on the utilization of LARC methods in eligible patients, especially in the immediate postpartum period.

© Foxfire Interactive

DVL Imaging

Anesthesiologist's point of view eases intubation

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Steve Cook Illustration

© Steve Cook Illustration

The Lancet Infectious Diseases

September 2018 cover

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Kouzou Sakai

Topic: Risk factors for prosthetic joint infection.

© Kouzou Sakai

Wildlife Conservation Society

Infographic on the environmental threats at St. Barts

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Hendrik Gheerardyn

The environment of the tropical island of St. Barts (French Antilles) is under threat. Through conceptual diagrams like this, I can help you communicate your message to a much wider audience. Published in Jadot (2016): Environmental Conservation in Saint Barthélemy — Current knowledge and research recommendations.

© Hendrik Gheerardyn

Alar Illustration

Venipuncture: Blood collection procedure guide

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Alar Illustration

© Virginia E. Fulford | Alar Illustration

University of Illinois at Chicago

Reconstructed Neuron

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Designer BioMed

3D reconstructed neuron created for the Alford Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago using experimental data gathered in their lab. Used to facilitate research discoveries about structure and functioning of these neuron types. Image shows progression from raw data to wireframe model to completed form. Digital assets created using Autodesk 3Ds Max and Pixologic ZBrush. Composited with Adobe Photoshop. Content formatted for web, mobile, interactive, and print applications.

© Dayna B. Menken

Medical Device Client / undisclosed

TAVI System

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Visualmedics

Illustrating a specific TAVI System, the first system to treat aortic valve diseases, from severely calcified valves to pure aortic insufficiencies.

© visualmedics

JEMS (Journal of Emergency Medical Services)

Controlling Reperfusion Injury

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Tina Pavlatos

Illustrations showing role of induced hypothermia in post-resuscitation care. brain, ischemia, neurons, cardiac arrest

© Elsevier

DH

Green Treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis)

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David Hamuel

Green Treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis). Hyperrealism-Photorealism Drawing.

© David Hamuel

Scientific American

Nerve Signaling Theories: Electrical and Mechanical

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Falconieri Visuals

Full page illustration created for the article "The Brain, ReImagined" by Douglas Fox in Scientific American 318, 60 – 67. The article described two theories of nerve signal propagation. This piece draws the viewer in with a charismatic neuron, and illustrates the two theories in parallel, allowing the viewers to easily compare & contrast. Simplified models were used for the ion channels, so that excess visual complexity didn't add to the high cognitive load required to interpret the piece.

© Veronica Falconieri Hays / Falconieri Visuals, LLC

Butterfly Network, Inc.

Butterfly Network infographic series

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Tolpa Studios

A 4-part infographic series that explains how medical ultrasound works, and the innovations that Butterfly Networks, Inc's Ultrasound-on-a-Chip technology brings to that industry.

© Butterfly Network, Inc.

Cardiology Today

Woman With Heart - Cover Art

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Michele Graham

Illustration of woman with detail of anterior heart, great vessels and arteries of the neck.

Michele Graham ©

Balanced Experience

Endoscope Manual

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LEGACY BioStudios, LLC

A mockup of an endoscope instruction manual I helped Balanced Experience create. I created and updated illustrations for the manual and formatted the manual design. UX, UI, User Interface, User Experience

©Assata C Worrell

Healing Hands of Nebraska

Meralgia Paresthetica

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Single Cell Animation, llc

An image from an animation we're doing on Meralgia Paresthetica, for Healing Hands of Nebraska. It's a condition caused by the compression of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Causing pain and numbness in the thigh region of the leg.

© healing hands of Nebraska

NanoView Biosciences

Website build, illustrations, exhibition graphics

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Campbell Medical Illustration

When NanoView first approached us they were looking for an updated series of illustrations to help explain their technology. Through our discussions we found that they also were in need for a website redesign as well as branded marketing materials and exhibition graphics. We used their logo as our style guide and designed content that resulted in a polished and cohesive visual brand that they could present to their investors and customers.

© Campbell Medical Illustration

Breech Birth Network

Breech Birth Manoeuvres

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Drawn to Medicine

To illustrate a series of manoeuvres that support the natural vaginal delivery of breech birth babies. Visuals to be used to support the training of midwives in the UK and abroad.

© Breech Birth Network

Endocrine Society

Endocrine Reviews

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Jane Whitney

LH-stimulated changes in capillary growth and leukocyte delivery in the ovulatory follicle. Before the LH surge, immune cells are present in the ovarian vasculature and theca interna of the preovulatory follicle (top). New vessels and breakdown of the granulosa cell basal lamina provide points of entry for circulating leukocytes (center). Additional leukocytes are seen in the granulosa cell layer prior to ovulation (bottom).

© Endocrine Society

Connecticut Audubon Society

Connecticut Biodiversity Mural

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Justine Lee Hirten

This mural depicting local plants and animals in Connecticut was completed in spring 2017 for the Connecticut Audubon Center in Fairfield You can find more information here: http://justineleehirten.com/mural/

© Justine Lee Hirten 2017

Stratford Point Audubon

Coastal Estuary Restoration Project- Stratford Point Audubon

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Dorie Petrochko

Dorie Petrochko has been working with Jennifer Mattei, professor of Biology at Sacred Heart University on an interpretive sign for the Coastal Estuary Restoration Project at Stratford Point Audubon in Stratford, CT. This was the original site of the Stratford Gun Club where an extensive lead abatement project was implemented. Now a team of staff, students and volunteers are restoring the site back to its original condition to encourage wildlife to live and nest in these areas.

© Dorie Petrochko

TAP Integrative

Anatomy of Skin Cancers

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SilverLeaf Studios LLC

Digital poster intended to provide a visual reference for the continuing education of naturopathic doctors and integrative practitioners regarding the physiological and histological differences of skin cancers.

© Silverleaf Studios LLC 2017

Editorial for Johns Hopkins Magazine

Kidney Transplants and Hepatitis C

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Catherine Delphia, MA, CMI

kidney anatomical art anatomy illustration medical illustration cross section virus organ transplant tonal traditional composition spot color

© catherine delphia

Nature / Alessandro Vannini Lab

RNA Pol III

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Phospho Biomedical Animation

RNA Polymerase III is responsible for making the short RNAs that are used for protein synthesis. When the structure of RNA Pol III was recently published in Nature, we were asked to provide the cover-art. See more here: https://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v553/n7688/index.html

© Alessandro Vannini Lab

ACell

MatriStem® Anterior Repair — Surgical Technique Guide

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Mica Duran

The illustration was created for biological-mesh manufacturer ACell, as part of a series of images in a printed booklet to teach surgical technique for placement of their product in anterior vaginal wall prolapse repair. The representative page shows the suture placement steps utilized to fold the mesh into its proper shape and location.

© 2015 Mica Duran

Elsevier, Inc.

Double-tunnel LVAD implantation

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Applied Art, LLC

This figure is part of a series for an Operative Techniques publication, describing implantation of a Left ventricular assist device to a patient's failing heart.

© Elsevier, Inc.

Perosphere

Process: Blood Coagulation

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Core BioVisuals

Platelet Aggregation, Blood Clot Formation, Fibrinolysis

© Core BioVisuals & Perosphere

Aspen Australia

Female Pelvis

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Beth Croce

Series of informational tear sheets commissioned by Senior Brand Manager covering heath anatomy as well as pathological conditions.

© Aspen Australia

Harkness Center for Dance Injuries

Dancer's Knee

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Epic Studios, Inc.

We created this 3d photo-illustration of knee anatomy for The Harkness Center at NYU Langone Medical Center using one of their beautiful dance photos.

© NYU Langone Medical Center

Scientific American Magazine

Humans: Are we wired differently?

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Mesa Studios

Four-page infographic spread collaboration with Art Direction from Amanda Montanez of Scientific American, showing brain evolution of hominids, comparisons, and current research.

© Mesa Schumacher (images)

Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Sixty Years of Combined Oral Contraceptives Use

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DNA Illustrations, Inc.

Infographic on the history, mechanism and use of oral contraceptives. Layout design by Maria Gonzalez.

© DNA Illustrations, Inc.

Dr. Ryan Mathur

Transition from Surface to Shaft mining in Copper and Bronze Age Serbia

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Kelly Finan

Copper isotopes behave differently in near-surface environments than in non-weathering environments found deeper in the earth. By sampling copper isotopes (63 and 65) in metal artifacts from Copper and Bronze Age Serbia, Dr. Mathur and his colleagues discovered the approximate time that people of this region were introduced to shaft mining, a technique already in practice in the middle east. Soon to be published in the Journal of Archaeological Science.

© Kelly Finan/Ryan Mathur

Dr. Topun Austin

BebopBrain

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CSIXstudios

The BeBopBrain platform was commissioned by Dr. Topun Austin from the Evelyn Perinatal Imaging Centre (EPIC) at the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge. The 3D model of the brain was created from infant ultrasound data converted into a 3D surface, rendered in Zbrush and Blender and assembled onto CSIX's own platform software developed by Mr. Nils Schaetti. Please feel free to visit the platform at: BebopBrain.com

© CSIXstudios

BC Health Authority

Parent Education for Pediatric Hearing Pathologies

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Highway 504 Productions

A series of animations created for the BC Health Authority to educate parents of newly diagnosed children with various hearing pathologies. Videos also include live footage featuring actual families and hearing simulations.

© Highway 504 Productions

Bardy Diagnostics

Carnation Ambulatory Heart Monitor animation

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Device-Anatomy

We created an animation to introduce a new type of heart monitor that is smaller, more comfortable, water resistant, and best of all, captures and records a better cardiac wave signal. It was created for patients and doctors, and shows the benefits and application procedure. See the animation at: https://vimeo.com/170836101

© Paul Petersen 2017

MFA Thesis, Rochester Institute of Technology

Visualization of Comparative Anatomy

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Maxwell Yeager

Award of Merit given at the 2016 AMI Conference Salon, Student Section - Didactic/Instructional: Anatomical, Pathological. Visualization of Comparative Anatomy: Jaw muscles of Theropod Dinosaurs and their extant relatives; illustrating the story of functional morphology and evolution. Read more abut this project at: maxwellyeager.com/mfa-thesis--max-yeager.html.

© 2016 Maxwell Yeager

Medical Device Company

Venaflo Graft

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Mike Austin

This graft depicts a unique proximal end that allows the blood to swirl and reduces complications. This is part of a series.

© Mike Austin

Biotechnology firm specializing in immunotherapy

SIRPalphaFc Binding to FcgammaR and CD47

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Audra Geras

This painting was created as a large format illustration for multi-use, including as a fine art giclée canvas print to be on permanent exhibit at the headquarters of a biotechnology firm. It depicts the binding of the investigational fusion protein SIRPalphaFc to FcgammaR on a macrophage cell and to CD47 receptors on a tumor cell.

© 2016 Audra Geras

American Academy of Family Physicians

Cover art for journal issue on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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Jonathan Dimes

The assignment was to create cover art that incorporated different factors that could result in PTSD, as discussed in the manuscript. Photographs I had taken were combined and edited in Photoshop with public domain images. I.e. The child was photographed in his father's arms and then placed into a photo taken of the fireman, and the background added. Once the composite was approved, outlines, shadows, and highlights were added to create the final effect.

© Jonathan Dimes

breastcancer.org

Illustrations for breastcancer.org web site

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Mary K. Bryson

During the month of October, I fulfill many requests for illustrations that help women understand breast cancer. I am very proud of the work I have done, and continue to do for breastcancer.org

© brysonbiomed.com

Novartis

Gene Replacement Therapy

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ICom Creative Corp

AAV

© icom creative 2018

Workman Publishing

Younger Next Year Back Book

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Third Left Studios

We created 20+ illustrations of normal anatomy of the back, spine, vertebrae and muscles. We also illustrated herniated discs, stenosis and other pathologies. The challenge for this project was to create small, but detailed illustrations that would translate well into two-color printing.

© 2018 Charest/Metcalf

ICF

Alcoholism and the Brain

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Craig Zuckerman

I was commissioned to design a display booth for an upcoming conference, on the effects of alcohol on the developing brain, women, and the body in general. This the third of three concepts. These will potentially incorporate holograms, and interactive activities.

© ICF

Museum of Texas Tech University

Why Frogs Don't Get Fat: Predators, Fear and Feeding in the Wild

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Wendy Beth Jackelow, MFA, CMI, FAMI

This is part of a series of illustrations for the exhibit Why Frogs Don't Get Fat: Predators, Fear and Feeding in the Wild at the Museum of Texas Tech University. The show highlights the fear and survival research of Dr. James Carr and Dr. Breanna Harris from the Biology department. This illustration is a 5 foot backlit interactive touch panel that shows the various fight or flight responses. I also created six other large panels highlighting fear responses in animals and humans.

© Wendy Beth Jackelow

Goodheart-Willcox Publishing

Anatomy & Physiology Essentials

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Body Scientific

This is our thirteenth publication with Goodheart-Willcox. Body Scientific is the sole artwork provider for Goodheart-Willcox’s anatomy and physiology division. We had the pleasure to work on their latest Anatomy & Physiology Essentials publication. This publication offers a solid introduction to human anatomy and physiology. Each body system is explored with an emphasis on structure, function, and terminology.

© Body Scientific International, LLC.

Medscape

Pertussis

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Hybrid Medical Animation

Image taken from Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Animation. https://www.hybridmedicalanimation.com/work/animation/whooping-cough/

© HybridMedicalAnimation

Dr. Christine Fisher

Stacked DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction

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Jennifer Gentry

One of a suite of illustrations describing breast reconstruction following mastectomy. Other procedures include the Stacked DIEP flap, DIEP flap, SIEA flap, GAP flap, PAP flap, latissimus dorsi flap, nipple reconstruction, nipple sparing breast reconstruction (both implant and autologous), and prepectoral and subpectoral implant breast reconstruction using tissue expander. Contact jennifer@gentryvisualization.com for licensing.

© Jennifer N Gentry

Job Showcase: Commercial projects & campaigns

Kotryna Zukauskaite for

The Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation/Hjärt-Lungfonden

Lizzie Harper for

Field Studies Council UK

Fairman Studios, LLC for

Journal of Neurosurgery

Ania Hupalowska for

CellCellPress Journal

Leonardo Alannis for

European Wilderness Society

AXS Studio Inc. for

Heartware

Zusammen Science Art and 3DFilms ◤ for

UT Southwestern Medical Center – Bioinformatics

Carolyn Jenkins for

Faune Magazine

Todd Buck for

Jobson Medical Information

Obtuse Angle for

DSE Healthcare Solutions

Fran Milner for

USC Keck School of Medicine

Katelyn McDonald, CMI for

Dr. Zuzana Oravkinova

Sliced Bread Animation for

Patient Story - 360 VR

Emma Cheng for

HOVA Taiwan visual hope association

Foxfire Interactive for

American College of OB/GYNs (ACOG District II)

Steve Cook Illustration for

DVL Imaging

Kouzou Sakai for

The Lancet Infectious Diseases

Hendrik Gheerardyn for

Wildlife Conservation Society

Alar Illustration for

Alar Illustration

Designer BioMed for

University of Illinois at Chicago

Visualmedics for

Medical Device Client / undisclosed

Tina Pavlatos for

JEMS (Journal of Emergency Medical Services)

David Hamuel for

DH

Falconieri Visuals for

Scientific American

Tolpa Studios for

Butterfly Network, Inc.

Michele Graham for

Cardiology Today

LEGACY BioStudios, LLC for

Balanced Experience

Single Cell Animation, llc for

Healing Hands of Nebraska

Campbell Medical Illustration for

NanoView Biosciences

Drawn to Medicine for

Breech Birth Network

Jane Whitney for

Endocrine Society

Justine Lee Hirten for

Connecticut Audubon Society

Dorie Petrochko for

Stratford Point Audubon

SilverLeaf Studios LLC for

TAP Integrative

Catherine Delphia, MA, CMI for

Editorial for Johns Hopkins Magazine

Phospho Biomedical Animation for

Nature / Alessandro Vannini Lab

Mica Duran for

ACell

Applied Art, LLC for

Elsevier, Inc.

Core BioVisuals for

Perosphere

Beth Croce for

Aspen Australia

Epic Studios, Inc. for

Harkness Center for Dance Injuries

Mesa Studios for

Scientific American Magazine

DNA Illustrations, Inc. for

Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Kelly Finan for

Dr. Ryan Mathur

CSIXstudios for

Dr. Topun Austin

Highway 504 Productions for

BC Health Authority

Device-Anatomy for

Bardy Diagnostics

Maxwell Yeager for

MFA Thesis, Rochester Institute of Technology

Mike Austin for

Medical Device Company

Audra Geras for

Biotechnology firm specializing in immunotherapy

Jonathan Dimes for

American Academy of Family Physicians

Mary K. Bryson for

breastcancer.org

ICom Creative Corp for

Novartis

Third Left Studios for

Workman Publishing

Craig Zuckerman for

ICF

Wendy Beth Jackelow, MFA, CMI, FAMI for

Museum of Texas Tech University

Body Scientific for

Goodheart-Willcox Publishing

Jennifer Gentry for

Dr. Christine Fisher