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  • Visualizing science and medicine.

    The Department of Art as Applied to Medicine is a leader in the field of visual communication for science and health care. Built on a strong foundation of scientific knowledge, artistic technique, and clear visual communication, the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine has maintained the highest standards while embracing new medical, scientific, and communication technologies.


    Today, Art as Applied to Medicine educates future medical illustrators through a two-year, accredited, Master of Arts program in Medical and Biological Illustration. Concurrently, our faculty produces illustrations, animations, and graphic design for the medical, research and publishing communities. An anaplastology clinic within the Department also creates facial and somatic prosthetics for patients and offers a one-year training program in clinical anaplastology.


    Upcoming Events >>


    student June 26th - 28th, 2014
    Comics & Medicine


    The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Department of Art as Applied to Medicine in collaboration with Graphic Medicine invites you to attend the fifth Graphic Medicine conference to take place on June 26th-28th in the Pre-Clinical Teaching Building at the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus.


    The conference aims to explore the interaction between comics and the discourse of healthcare. The theme of this year's conference, Comics & Medicine: From Private Lives to Public Health, aims to highlight the relationship between comics, personal health narratives, and public health issues such as barriers to healthcare and the stigma of illness.


    The programming will consist of a mix of peer-reviewed academic papers, lectures, workshops and an informal exhibition. The conference appeals to a wide audience, including academic scholars, healthcare professionals, comics creators, students and various stakeholder groups.


    Early Registration ends on April 10th, 2014. Please note that space is limited, so please do register early if you are interested in attending. More information is available at http://www.graphicmedicine.org



    Recent Projects >>


    student WENJING "BETTY" WU
    Pancreatic Cancer Genome Sequencing Research at JHMI: An Online Multimedia Patient Education Program


    Pancreatic cancer is among the most lethal forms of cancer because it is difficult to detect and treat. Just like other cancers, pancreatic cancer is, in essence, a genetic disease. Studies of cancer genomes with new high throughput sequencing technologies, alternatively called second-generation or next-generation sequencing, have shed new light on personalized pancreatic cancer research and novel patient-specific clinical interventions. Read more...

    http://pathology.jhu.edu/pancreas/wu/index.html






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    Contact the Department:


    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
    1830 East Monument Street, Suite 7000
    Baltimore, Maryland 21287
    ph :: 410.955.3213 | fax :: 410.955.1085
    email :: medart-info@jhmi.edu

    NEWS & EVENTS:

    art Nov 2013

    NEW portfolio submission process using SlideRoom.com... read more


    art May 2013

    Corinne Sandone has been appointed Director of the Graduate Program in Medical and Biological Illustration... read more


    art May 2013

    On May 23 at the annual Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Convocation Dr. John Cody received the Ranice W. Crosby Distinguished Achievement Award recognizing him a distinguished Hopkins alumnus... read more


    art April 2013

    Graham Johnson will present as 2013's Samson Feldman Scholar ... read more


    art July 2012

    Join us for our Annual Alumni Dinner in Toronto on July 26th ... read more


    art December 2011

    The Surgical Illustration Critique will take place Dec 6, 2011 at 2pm... read more


    art July 2011

    Howard Bartner, Associate Professor of AAM, was honored with the 2010 Brodel Award for Excellence in Education for his outstanding contributions to the profession... read more


    art May 2011

    We salute Dr. Ralph Hruban, Professor of Pathology and Oncology, with the 2011 Ranice W. Crosby Award for his investigative spirit to explore novel uses of new and innovative visual technologies to communicate medicine... read more


    art May 2011

    Art as Applied to Medicine congratulates all 6 of its graduate students who graduated in May 2011... read more


    art May 2011

    The Class of 2011 graduate exhibition is on display in the Turner Concourse, 720 Rutland Avenue... read more


    art April 2011

    The Class of 2011
    Thesis Presentations Wednesday, April 27, 2011 2:30 - 4:30 PM... read more


    art March 2011

    Art as Applied to Medicine congratulates 5 of its graduate students on their Vesalian Grants and Awards... read more


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