Final model of a cross-sectional uterus featuring an intrauterine device, or IUD. This model was incorporated into a 3D animation for the Women's Health department in Dell Medical School at The University of Texas.
This illustration clarifies the "water hammer" mechanism of brain sulcal damage as caused by internalized waves of cerebrospinal fluid after head trauma.
Process model of a cross-sectional uterus featuring an intrauterine device, or IUD. This model was incorporated into a 3D animation for the Women's Health department in Dell Medical School at The University of Texas.
3D model created from a mixture of patient inner ear micro-CT data and current literature on vestibulocochlear 3D shape.
This award-winning piece was created for neuro-oncologist Dr. Charles Conrad. The image depicts a modified sero-type 5 adenovirus as it enters and replicates within glioblastoma tumor cells. The image was created using the following software: Pixologic® Zbrush, Autodesk® 3DS Max, and Adobe® Photoshop.
This model was created in Pixologic® Zbrush from patient CT data isolated in Materialise Mimics® as part of a project research animation created for the Craniofacial Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago. In the full animation, alveolar cleft and alveolar bone graft surgical repair are visually explained to pediatric patients and their caregivers.
This playful style was developed for use in a web series on allergy manifestations.
This "collector card" was created for the 2017 Association of Medical Illustrators member meeting in Austin, Texas. The image is a piece from a larger work created for Northwestern University researchers, highlighting the mechanism for action of a novel cochlear implant.
This piece was created for a litigation client to depict S1 nerve root injury after a car wreck.
The images were created using the following software: Materialise® Mimics, Pixologic® Zbrush, Adobe® Illustrator, and Adobe® Photoshop.