Thanks to AD Emily Garel!
Cover and interior illustrations for American College of Gastroenterology: welcoming and uplifting diverse voices from LBGTQ+ physicians and creating a place in the conversation for them in the profession.
Thanks to AD Emily Garel!
Cover and interior illustration for Science magazine about how science, like the rest of society, has been swept up in the storms caused by social media. This issue looks at how scientists study and fight mis- and disinformation, how harassment and intimidation have spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic and how researchers use Twitter to inform the public and share their findings with colleagues.
Thanks to Chrystal Smith and to all the Science's art directors, as always!
Riding the Twitter wave: https://bit.ly/3JZN08c
Detecting bullshits: https://bit.ly/3JZN08c
Latest illustration for Science about the paradoxical situation of those researchers who had lots of responsibilities during the pandemic (kids, parents, distant family in hard-hit countries) coming back to the lab and finding that their peers used the time to achieve career-related work.
Thanks to AD Christina Aycock!
Very happy to learn this cover illustration made for NAVC's Today's Veterinary Business received a Charlie Award by the Florida Magazine Association in the Best Traditional Illustration category!
The subject was the increase in appointment no-shows by pet owners, which has an awful impact on the practice and on other pet owners seeking an appointment.
Thanks to Creative Director Elizabeth Fleener and Art Director Brent Cashman!
Latest illustration for Diablo Magazine about the fight against COVID-19. From creating effective coronavirus tests to contributing to vaccine development, local thought leaders brought their A-game to the fight against the virus.
Story by Kimberly Olson. Thanks to AD Tyler McCarville!
Cover and opener illustrations for Vanderbilt School of Medicine about Alzheimer's disease research, which is on the cusp of a breakthrough: hopefully this disease will become a treatable chronic condition.
Thanks to AD Diana Duren!
Two pieces for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine about the COVID-19's consequences for mental and behavioral health. In terms of cumulative impact, this pandemic looks more like the Great Depression or World War II than other recent infectious disease crises, says author Alexander Gelfand.
Thanks to Robert Ollinger and Patrick Kirchner, as always.
An illustration for The Boston Globe Magazine about how Alzheimer's could be isolating and agonizing even for those who care for a loved one with this disease. Sometimes the only thing that helps is knowing that you’re not alone, says author Tom Keane.
Thanks to ad Jacqueline Berthet!
Another illustration for Nike's new hub Nike Journal about why when we eat could matter more than what we eat. Experts explain how to time the meals for an enhancement of wellbeing.
Thanks to AD Brian Bantog!
An illustration for Monmouth Magazine about how the COVID-19 crisis affects the mental health of different groups, and how healthcare professionals can prepare for this “second tidal wave” from the pandemic.
Thanks to AD Tony Marchetti.
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