I’d like to introduce Heather Tompkins as the first official contributor to Street Anatomy! For the past few months Heather has been routinely sending me links to images containing anatomy in art and design. Her excellent eye for spotting good… Read More »The Anatomy in Art Spotter
I’d like to introduce two new additions to the Street Anatomy team, Luis Alposta and Jenny Drucker. Luis Alposta comes to us from Buenos Aires, Argentina where he is a first year medical student at the University of Buenos Aires. … Read More »New Additions to the Street Anatomy Team!
I’m excited to introduce yet another fabulous addition to the Street Anatomy team, Vanessa (mini-van) Vegter. She’s been leaving some of the most titillating and anatomically risqué commentary on Street Anatomy for the past month that’s had everyone on the… Read More »The New Addition
If you live in Chicago or happen to be in town visiting, come see work by the students and faculty of UIC’s Biomedical Visualization Program at the International Museum of Surgical Science this Friday, August 7 from 5–8pm. It’s one… Read More »Redefining the Medical Artist
Thinkanatomy.com—Street Anatomy’s sister site—has finally gotten a facelift! The redesign includes a clear and simple layout, easily identifiable categories to search through for anatomy resources, and a one-click rating system. Think Anatomy is a growing collection of some of the… Read More »A Fresh Think Anatomy
Hello all! Well, it’s happened again, another totally awesome contributor has been thrown in the mix! Let me introduce the awesomely awesome Aman Agah, an anatomy lover, blogger, good friend of mine, and now official SA contributor! Born in NJ… Read More »Introducing AMAN AGAH!
It’s been about 7 years since I last step foot in London and I am finally going back—could not be more excited! On the itinerary is a full on anatomical/medical tour of London-town and some of it’s most fascinating anatomically… Read More »Street Anatomy is Off to London
I want to extend a big thank you to Emily Evans, medical illustrator extraordinaire and the blogger behind Anatomy UK, for hosting Street Anatomy in London for the past week! She is an extremely talented and motivating individual that truly… Read More »Thank You Emily Evans of Anatomy UK!
Street Anatomy is currently being featured on one of my favorite iPad apps, Flipboard! Flipboard allows your to easily flip through the stories, photos, videos, and updates from across your social networks and favorite websites in a magazine-like format. Personally,… Read More »Street Anatomy Featured on Flipboard App!
It’s officially been 4 years since Street Anatomy first launched and I never imagined it would come so far. The dedicated audience, constant supportive feedback, and abundance of incoming anatomical links are really what has kept us going for so… Read More »Street Anatomy Turns 4!
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 5 years since Street Anatomy began as a small medical illustration blog. Each year I’ve seen it grow exponentially all thanks to our wonderful audience and the amazing artists who use human anatomy… Read More »Street Anatomy’s 5 Year Anniversary!
I’d like to introduce the official launch of Think Anatomy (thinkanatomy.com)—links to the best human anatomy study aids on the Internet. I’ve taken links to the best anatomy resources on the Internet, categorized them, reviewed them, and put them all… Read More »Street Anatomy’s new nerdy sister-site: Think Anatomy