Amy was born and raised in central Iowa, just outside of Des Moines. She received her BA from Iowa State University, where she studied Biological and Pre-medical Illustration. Thanks to the support of her parents and a couple of key role models, her affinity for art became a career path that eventually led her to Johns Hopkins. When she isn't noodling away on a project, she likes to ride her bike, play table tennis, and embark on adventures.
"Each member of the faculty in this department has something unique and awe-inspiring to bring to the table. It's a great honor to be working under them.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,
Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Master of Arts in Medical and Biological Illustration, May 2013.
Iowa State University Ames, IA
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, BA in Biological/Pre-medical Illustration, 2010.
:: experience & activities
Concept Artist/User Interface Designer
Virtual Reality Applications Center
Iowa State University, Ames, IA, December 2009-May 2011.
Iowa State Daily Student Newspaper
Ames, IA, May 2009-December 2009.
The Association of Medical Illustrators
2012     Award of Excellence, Student Editorial
2012     Award of Merit, Student Instructional Tone
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
2012     William P. Didusch Scholarship
2012     Frank H. Netter Scholarship
2012     Chester R. Reather Award
Iowa State University
2011     International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge Finalist
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