Cover illustration for Columbia Nursing about how nurse researchers are now using data science and informatics to help patients - and health care systems - thrive. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
Cover and interior illustrations for Science magazine. This week's main issue is the research of research: meta researchers study how research is done - and why it goes wrong.
Two spot images illustrating quotes from famous scientists: “If I have seen further than others, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants” (Isaac Newton), and “A person who has not made his great contribution to science before the age of 30 will never do so" (Albert Einstein).
Cover and intro illustrations for Science magazine's special issue about the nexus between technology and biology.
Thanks to Chrystal Smith, Marcy Atarod and Beth Rakouskas, as always!
Latest piece for Science about the efforts to cut government regulation “red tape”, that can make researchers spending time on filling out paperwork, rather than on actually focusing on research.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always!
Illustration for Monmouth University magazine about a new project that is enhancing training for teachers already tasked with educating students on the autism spectrum. Thanks to ad Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants!
Latest illustration for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine: to prevent HIV in young adults, show them a future worth working for. Full article here. Thanks to ad Robert Ollinger, as always.
Two illustrations for Columbia Medicine Magazine about the necessity of understand, treat and prevent opioid addiction. Thanks to AD Eson Chan!
Cover and opener illustrations for Brandeis Magazine, about how two Brandeis scientists won a Nobel Prize for discovering nature's circadian clock. Full story here. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Five illustrations for the latest Cedars-Sinai's annual report. They refer to Philanthropy, Community service, Education, Patient Care and Research.
Thanks to the Doyle/Logan Company for the art direction.
Latest couple of illustrations for Columbia University School of Nursing: why nursing students should be empowered to be advocates and activists, in order to make their voice heard by governments and health care institutions and influence the Congress' decisions. Full article here. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.