While studying for my classes at Harvard Medical School and conducting research in wearable human-device interfaces, I fell in love with Dr. Frank Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy. I realized that to the average person, our bodies are a magical black box. Even once you open up a body, it’s squishy and messy and difficult to navigate. In order to begin to understand these complex systems and the surgical processes that keep them running, we depend on clean, accurate depictions.
In general, technical concepts can be challenging to communicate to a broader audience. Clear scientific figures and technical drawings can make documents like journal articles and patent applications stronger, but they may not always be a strength of the researcher or inventor. This is where my scientific education and artistic bent perfectly intersect.
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