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  • courtney McKenna


    image Courtney grew up in Horsham, Pennsylvania. She received a BFA in illustration from Rhode Island School of Design. After graduation she moved back to Pennsylvania where she started her own gallery and custom frame shop. During this time she returned to school to study Biology and soon realized what path she wanted to take. Her love for art, science and medicine brought her to Hopkins where she is excited to combine her passions into a career in Medical and Biological Illustration. Courtney loves to spend time with her family, friends and dog Duncan. She enjoys running, snowboarding, cooking, being outdoors and traveling whenever possible.


    "I am grateful everyday to be at Hopkins where I am surrounded by prestigous faculty who are passionate about teaching and classmates who have become a second family."


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    :: education


    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, Baltimore, MD
    Master of Arts in Medical and Biological Illustration, May 2012.


    Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, PA
    Studies in Biological Science, 2009-2010.


    Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, RI
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration, 2006.


    :: experience & activities


    Animator
    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
    Baltimore, MD, 2011.


    Illustrator
    National Aquarium in Baltimore
    Baltimore, MD, 2011.


    Owner, Artist
    Courtney McKenna Gallery
    Doylestown, PA, 2007-2010.


    Archaeological Illustrator
    Poggio Civitate Archaeological Excavation
    Murlo, Italy, Summer 2005 & 2006.


    ASSOCIATIONS:

    :: recognition


    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
    2010, 2011 William P. Didusch Scholarship
    2010, 2011 Ranice W. Crosby Scholarship


    Rhode Island School of Design
    2005 Summer Archaeological Illustration Scholarship, Italy


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    CURRENT EVENTS :: Save the Date! Thursday, July 24 for our Annual Alumni Dinner in Rochester, MN

    Hopkins alum will gather for an alumni dinner at the AMI meeting at Mayo! Thurs July 24, 7:30 at Victoria's Ristorante and Wine Bar, a short walk from the conference. Please use the sign up sheet that will be posted near the Registration desk at the conference. You are welcome to bring a guest. Carl Clingman is coordinating the reservations. If questions, please email Carl at clingman.carl@mayo.edu Hope to see you at Victoria's!

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