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The mural takes you from the beginning, “big bang” starting evolution to the first elements thru heavy elements thrown out in supernova. Our sun energy plus carbon, oxygen, water and chemistry coalesce to spark the beginning of life. Algae, bacteria, virus, mitochondria and organelles develop and divide into cells that come together to form the basic building blocks of all living things… And also humans with brains capable of asking questions about the nature of the universe.
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DNA replication is a process in our cells that is essential to our survival. This visualization shows incredible molecular machinery that makes DNA replication possible. See the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwIxV4duUes
Illustration demonstrates the afferent and efferent pathways for the itch reflex.
Axons consist of neurofilaments (in green) and microtubules (in red). Neurofilaments set the axon diameter and, in interaction with myelin in myelinated axons, co-determine g ratio. Microtubules provide the structural foundation for axonal transport; in this illustration, a motor protein (kinesin-1) moves a cargo in the anterograde direction, from the cell body to the presynaptic terminal. By Tomáš Paus
Anatomy of the temporal fossa region. Focus on neurovascular
One of a series of 12 botanical illustrations completed for a fold-out wildflower identification guide,
Watercolour on paper.
An illustration highlighting the cost of living crisis in the UK which deepens as salaries fall further below inflation. The Royal College of Midwives has balloted members to determine
whether industrial action is the answer.
Revita is a patented endoscopic procedural therapy, designed to remodel the lining of the duodenum via hydrothermal ablation. The goal of resurfacing is the restoration of normal sensing and signaling mechanisms in type 2 diabetic patients. Upper intestine, natural insulin, minimally invasive, blood glucose, blood sugar, disease-modifying therapy
Pharma product demonstration surgical technique aid to determine correct location for medicine injection into abdominal wall, prior to ventral hernia repair. The anterior and midaxillary lines, costal margin and iliac crest delineate a color-coded injection zone and injection sites.
Digital Illustration for cover and feature article:The Role of Mom’s Microbes During Pregnancy
Carolyn A. Thomson and Kathy D. McCoy | Aug 1, 2021
Bacteria in the gut influence the production of antibodies and themselves secrete metabolites. In a pregnant woman, these compounds may influence immune development of her fetus.
This image was created as part of a key visual for a company that specialises in nutrition based clinical trials. The image shows a stylised grey female figure with the digestive system visible. The visual was provided in multiple formats for different marketing uses including an extra high res version for trade show booths.
Several illustrations depicting the arteries and veins that circulate blood around and within the cerebrum for a second edition of Andreatta's textbook on neuroscience.
Illustrations accompanying an article in Scientist Magazine, discussing the possible effects of gut microbes on immunotherapy
Coronal section through the abdomen and chest showing a massive retroperitoneal liposarcoma in the abdomen of a middle aged male patient. Internal organs are shown displaced into the left hemi-abdomen.
Chemotherapeutics research. ROS, free radical. Containing oxygen, it is an unstable molecule that easily reacts with other molecules in a cell. A build up of reactive oxygen species in cells may cause damage to DNA, RNA, and proteins, and may cause cell death. Napabucasin is a STAT3 inhibitor that blocks stem cell activity. As a cancer therapy Napabucasin causes increased reactive oxygen species (ROS) which results in cancer cell death.
Achilles tendon repair technique for a product guide.
Neutrophil extracellular trap, extracellular fibres composed of DNA from neutrophils which binds pathogens.
Noise pathways and the long term health effects.
Commissioned Illustration series depicting the process for Extensor Allograft Tendon Repair over a total knee replacement
orthopedics, primary knee. allograft, tendon surgeons, patients, marketing, technology, femur, tibia, anatomy, sports medicine, education, patient education, professional education
Scientific infographic on the assumed positive effects on mother mouses´ gut microbes on its´ offsrping. Spread published in August 2021 issue of The Scientist Medical-biological infographic accompanied by explanatory text about this subject. Realistical drawings of mother mouse, neonatal pups and older pup, complemented by schematic vector illustrations of biological procesces displayed in "zooms"
Illustration summarizing a patient's traumatic injuries and hospital procedures for a personal injury case, including patient's likeness.
Created six illustrations for Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF)/Doctors without Borders report titled "Overcoming Neglect: Finding ways to manage and control Neglected Tropical Diseases". The informational report is to raise awareness and support for treating NTDs. You can find out more at: https://www.msf.org/overcoming-neglect-report-ntds
New surgical device in development for dogs needing mitral valve repair without going through open heart surgery.
Several sets of 40 weeks of pregnancy showing stages of human fetal development in various ethnicities are available on www.peggerrity.com. We also lease existing and custom animations of pregnancy.
Image from the journal article of the same name showing steps in the surgical procedure (Nasal dermoid cysts with intracranial extension). Available for free download:
The goal of this larger assignment was to create one multi-purpose image that best summarizes the extensive collection of specific health topics within each of the 27 over-arching categories found in the Merck Manuals Online Edition.
Breast Reconstruction: Stacked Deep Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator (Stacked DIEP) Flap Procedure
---One of a suite of illustrations describing breast reconstruction procedures which include: SIEA flap, DIEP 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 email@example.com for licensing.
A collaboration between Genius Games and Mesa Studios - 5 anatomy puzzles featuring the heart, brain, hands, feet, and eye
Minimally invasive neurosurgical procedure for the evacuation using a small cranial keyhole incision of hematoma using a catheter for drainage.
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.
Illustration of sagittal view of the male pelvis.
Part of a series of illustrations highlighting heart transplant techniques--starting to suture the donor heart and recipient LA and RA.
Series of images used throughout the article A New Therapeutic Era in Pediatric Functional and Motility Disorders. Therapies are discussed to provide context and help readers envision the way therapies are applied and how they affect the body.
This 3D bioscape features a very common STD known as trichomoniasis that is caused by the single-celled parasitic organism Trichomonas vaginalis.
The organism has a pear-shaped trophozoite form when not in contact with male or female urogential tract epithelium, but once it touches a host cell it assumes a closely-applied amoeboid form that is cytotoxic, causing inflammation and host tissue damage.
The 'frothy' exudate spilling over the epithelial cells is characteristic of trichomoniasis.
Attack on lungs and organs during Covid 19
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
MRNA / Ribosomes / Amino Acid
Illustrations showing the positive results from using this fertilizer for an ad for a trade journal.
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.
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.
Illustration for a poster about spinal conditions and diseases, including compression fractures, ligamentum flavum hypertrophy, foraminal stenosis (pinched nerves), spondylosis (facet arthritis), degenerative disc disease, spondylolysis (pars interarticularis fracture), isthmic spondylolisthesis, and a herniated nucleus pulposus.
Image taken from Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Animation.