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  • CORINNE SANDONE, MA, CMI, FAMI director, associate professor


    imageCory Sandone, Director of the graduate program in Medical and Biological Illustrations since 2013, specializes in surgical illustration and has used watercolor to create several large, color surgical atlases. She is the co-author of the Cameron-Sandone Atlas of Gastrointestinal Surgery. As an Associate Professor she teaches and illustrates in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine. She is a board certified medical illustrator (CMI). Cory grew up in Connecticut and received her B. A. in Studio Art from Oberlin College in 1982. She did graduate work at Johns Hopkins, receiving her M. A. in Medical and Biological Illustration in 1986. Cory has been a professional member of the Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI) for over 20 years and currently serves on the AMI Board of Governors and as chair of the Communications Editorial Council. She teaches coursework in drawing, watercolor, surgical illustration, operating room sketching, and portfolio preparation and is an advisor for graduate student research. Cory enjoys developing curriculum to reflect topics in our profession and has lectured on a variety of subjects including the related histories of dissection and anatomical illustration, illustration for patient education, illustrating minimally invasive surgery and combining teaching and illustrating careers. She enjoys combining traditional media with digital tools and strives to retain a handcrafted look and feel to her images. She is a voracious reader and is proud to be a resident of Baltimore City.


    :: education


    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    Master of Arts in Medical and Biological Illustration, 1986


    Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
    Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art 1982


    :: PROFESSIONAL certification


    2005 - present     Certified Medical Illustrator, Board of Certification of Medical Illustrators


    :: PROFESSIONAL experience


    Director, Graduate Program
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 2013 - Present


    Associate Professor
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 2007 - Present


    Assistant Professor
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 1992 - 2006


    Instructor
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 1990 - 1992


    Medical Illustrator
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 1986 - Present


    :: SELECTED publications


    Books

    Journals

    :: SELECTED presentations


    :: PROFESSIONAL activities


    Alan M. Chesney Medical Archives
    Advisory Board, Johns Hopkins SOM 2009


    Leadership Development Program
    Johns Hopkins Medicine 2009


    Board Certified Medical Illustrator
    2005 - present


    Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI)


    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine


    :: recognition


    Adobe Site of the Day
    Jan 15, 2009, for redesigned AMI website: ami.org


    Illustrated Book Award
    Cameron-Sandone Atlas of Surgery, 2nd ed. 2007
    Association of Medical Illustrators Salon, Bozeman, MT


    Communication Arts Website of the Week
    May 27, 2002, for Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology and Hepatology Resource Center


    Further information, additional images and complete CV available upon request, please e-mail Professor Sandone.

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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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