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Taiwan Spinal Cord Injury Association

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I design a set of vertebrae coasters to raise the donation for Spinal Cord Injury Association in Taiwan.

Emma Cheng

medical illustration of A conceptual artwork to demonstrate skin layers in a cake. A virus beside the cake implies the possibility of diseases that we might get. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding. Biology, museum, cosmetic medicine, bacteriophage, education.
medical illustration of Basic anatomy of a brain from medial view, showing frontal, parietal, occipital, and temporal lobes in different size and color of words. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of This is a bipolar neuron in the comparison of structural classes of neurons. 

As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of This is a multipolar neuron in the comparison of structural classes of neurons. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of A Uultipolar neuron in the comparison of structural classes of neurons. Neurobiology, neuroscience, museum, textbook, medicine.
medical illustration of A vertebrae I draw for the anatomy instruction. I used color pencils and Photoshop to illustrate, combining with deliberate layout. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of A vertebrae I draw for the anatomy instruction. I used color pencils and Photoshop to illustrate, combining with deliberate layout. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of A vertebrae I draw for the anatomy instruction. I used color pencils and Photoshop to illustrate, combining with deliberate layout. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of A vertebrae I draw for the anatomy instruction. I used color pencils and Photoshop to illustrate, combining with deliberate layout. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of A vertebrae I draw for the anatomy instruction. I used color pencils and Photoshop to illustrate, combining with deliberate layout. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of Anterior view of liver and liver anatomy. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of Spinal cord injury includes different kinds of traume, such as misalignment of vertebrae, compression fracture, spinous process fracture, and, of course, compressed spinal cord. 
As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of Medical devices:  surgical knives
medical illustration of An oblique view of eyeball and the muscle. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of A conceptual art piece I do for the history of medicine. As a medical doctor and a medical illustrator, my artwork is famous for beauty, accuracy, and ease of understanding.
medical illustration of These are top fruits rich in vitamin C, which can facilitate collagen formation, strengthen immune system, and help wound healing.  I do this artwork for a neurology clinic.

Profile

Dr. Emma Cheng has received professional training in medicine and design. In medicine, she has clinical and industrial experiences in general medicine, rehabilitation, and cosmetic medicine. Emma has won an award for her presentation at an international neurorehabilitation thesis competition. In design, she has worked on various projects in visual and industrial design, focusing on design thinking and user experience. Her artwork has been included in the 2016 Asia illustration collection. She is also one of the winners in the 2015 Hiii illustration competition. ​ With her passion for medicine, design, and art, she co-founded Howbb in 2016, a medical information design company, to make medical knowledge more accessible to people. Her aspiration is to combine her skills in medicine and design to make the world a better place. With that ambition, she joined a biomedical innovation program in Stanford university in 2017. After Stanford, she worked in a medical device startup as a UX design director. ​ Illustration is always one of her favorite. With all her experiences, Emma can catch medical concept easily and transform it into pictures accurately and beautifully. The illustration project she likes most are the one from University College London and the one boosting the donation for spinal cord injury association in Taiwan.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Cartoon, Collage, Color, Design, Information Graphics

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Botany, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology, Disease Management, Emergency Medicine, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Natural Science / Nature, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Physical Therapy, Injuries, Health & Wellness, Pathology, Sports Medicine