Cover and interior illustrations for Johns Hopkins Magazine about the advances in technology of gene sequencing. From tomatoes to cancer cells, Michael Schatz and others at JHU go deep inside genomes to unlock the secrets to life's variety. Thanks to AD Pam Li!
Latest cover and interior illustrations for Columbia Nursing about how their new telehealth initiatives connect patients with providers face to face, in cyberspace. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Cover and interior illustrations for Columbia Medicine 2019 Annual Report about the future of the faculty.
The features illustrate their efforts to create an increasingly diverse and inclusive faculty, the Columbia's AIDS research and the gene editing technology, in which Columbia researchers are at the forefront.
Thanks AD Eson Chan, a s always!
This week on Science magazine, a story about Brexit and how it has already taken a toll on researchers in the UK.
Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
Cover illustration for Science about the complex relationship between genotype and phenotype (the observable physical properties of a person). Genes are not our destiny, and subtle differences between us are more complicated than we originally thought: complex traits are affected by many of our own genes, our parent’s genes, our microbiome, and our environment.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, a s always!
Illustration for Monmouth University Magazine about the health risks of vaping. Teen vaping is on the rise, and lot of parents buy e-cigarettes for their kids. What they don’t understand is that vaping is not harmless.
Thanks to AD Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants, as always!
Cover and interior illustrations for Chemistry and Engineering News about the “invisible work” issue - the extra time spent in service activities such as mentoring students and serving on committees. Many STEM faculty from underrepresented groups, such as people of color, shoulder a heavier burden of this service load, which may put their career advancement at risk. Thanks to AD Robert Bryson!
Latest illustration for Columbia Medicine magazine about how the growing use of precision medicine's exome sequencing provides potential for happy endings in treating severe childhood illnesses.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Cover and interior illustrations for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine about why some people are more susceptible to infectious diseases. Epidemiologist Priya Duggal looks for clues in the human genome and in the polio epidemic of the past. Thanks to AD Robert Ollinger and Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants!
Latest illustration for Science about vaccine durability. Why their protection can fade in months or last a lifetime.
Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
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