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A still image from an animation showing the decompression of the distal superficial peroneal nerve in the leg, above the level of the ankle. The client wanted an anatomically-correct conceptualization of the surgical procedure. One that would be understandable to the general public, but also be compelling to medical professionals and potential referring physicians.
Color illustration showing an alternative to surface attachment to prove a more long-term solution
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/
Walnut Beach Habitat
Walnut Beach in Milford, CT is one of the many Long Island Sound rocky inter-tidal zones, where organisms live between the extreme high and
low tides. This results in frequent exposure of plant and animals to the air at low tide and immersion in the water at high tide.
Protection and respect for marine plants and animals are very important for a healthy shoreline ecosystem like Walnut Beach.
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.
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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
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.
These are some of the natural science watercolor illustrations I completed for the interpretation panels to be erected at a new nature reserve. The species list covered mammals, beetles, trees, grasses, fungi, and birds; all wild species to be found on the new reserve.
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.
Stills from a KidsHealth animation explaining a variety of pediatric cardiac conditions.
Platelet Aggregation, Blood Clot Formation, Fibrinolysis
Imagery on wound depth and skin recovery
Kimberly Battista and Jane Whitney have recently finished all the article illustrations for the journal Endocrine Reviews, October issue. This figure shows how mutations in PRKACA or in GNAS lead to the constitutive activation of PKA, phosphorylation or CREB and increased expression of CYP11B1 and autonomous cortisol biosynthesis.
Simplified anatomy of a DNA double helix with an accurate 3D model generated from the Protein Data Bank (PDB).
Series of informational tear sheets commissioned by Senior Brand Manager covering heath anatomy as well as pathological conditions.
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.
This artwork was used in an ad campaign.
Infographic on bird intelligence and innovation; art and content collaboration with Editor Monica Serrano.
Infographic on the history, mechanism and use of oral contraceptives. Layout design by Maria Gonzalez.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
This graft depicts a unique proximal end that allows the blood to swirl and reduces complications. This is part of a series.
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.
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
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.
We just completed a small project featuring spot color illustrations of female anatomy and behavior.
Pseudobulbar Affect is characterized by uncontrollable crying or laughing at inappropriate moments. Depicted is crying woman, CYP2D6 pathway in brain and CYP2D6 structures (pink clusters). Quinidine and Dextromethorphan, found in FDA approved drug Nuedextra, are flying in from left and targeting CYP2D6.