A program that teaches the art of medical illustration celebrates its centennial.
by Richard O'Mara
Urbanite, February 2011
Illustrators of the Century
One hundred years ago, Max Brodel put art into medicine. Today the program he launched here continuesto produce some of the world's most influential medical illustrators.
by Ramsey Flynn
Hopkins Medicine Magazine, June 2011
A century of medical illustration
In 1911, Johns Hopkins' Max Brodel founded the first program of its kind
by Greg Rienzi
The JHU Gazette, July 2011
Where medical masterpieces are made
Art As Applied to Medicine, John Hopkins' prestigious illustration program, celebrates its hundredth year
by Jonathan Pitts
Baltimore Sun, July 2011
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