Not many people realize the time and effort placed into producing an effective medical illustration. Medical students, doctors, and patients can study or just glance at a medical illustration and take away a copious amount of information. They’re focusing on… Read More »What Makes a Good Medical Illustration?
Dying to know what a topoisomerase looks like? Need to illustrate that p53 tumor suppressor initiating apoptosis? Then take a look at the molecular graphics program called PyMOL, by DeLano Scientific LLC. It produces high-quality molecular images and animations, so… Read More »Molecular Visualization: PyMOL
By now you’ve heard the hype surrounding the unveiling of Apple’s new iPhone. While it won’t be available until June, there is plenty of media coverage to make you salivate over this phone. Take a look at the video highlighting… Read More »Apple’s New iPhone: Medical Imaging Opportunities
Gives a whole new meaning to the term “still life.” Table 71 Ontleding des menschelyken lichaams (1690) Anatomist: Govard Bidloo (1649-1713) Artist: Gerard de Lairesse (1640-1711)
Meet the man behind The Inner Life of a Cell. John Liebler, lead medical animator for XVIVO, a scientific animation company based out of Connecticut. He has a background in Graphic Design/Illustration from the University of Connecticut. Although he does… Read More »Spotlight on Medical Animation Genius John Liebler
To give you an appreciation of where the field of medical illustration is headed, let me share with you this amazing animation created by XVIVO, a scientific animation company. It’s been given a lot of attention because of the way… Read More »The Inner Life Of A Cell by XVIVO
When I am asked the question what are you going to graduate school for? I answer medical illustration. It’s not like saying something simple such as law, education, or art history that elicits the impressed ooo’s. No, I prepare myself… Read More »Who are these Medical Illustrators?