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  • JUAN R. GARCIA, MA, CCA associate professor


    image Mr. Garcia is an Associate Professor in the department, teaching in the areas of Ophthalmological Illustration, Medical Sculpture, and Anaplastology Training. He has established a 1 Year Training Certificate Program in Clinical Anaplastology through the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for graduates from medical illustration programs as well as qualified students.


    Mr. Garcia is responsible for managing the Facial Prosthetics Clinic practice by providing clinical services of custom-made prosthetic substitutes for missing facial and somatic anatomy. This involves creating custom-made non-weight bearing silicone appliances for the face and body. These devices are attached to the affected area via adhesives, magnetic components, or an osseointegrated implant system. Additional services provided also include: custom ocular prostheses, custom made surgical guides using CT scans, surface laser scans, custom silicone implants, medical models, and rapid prototyped models.


    :: education


    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    Master of Arts in Medical and Biological Illustration, 1995


    University of Miami, Miami, FL
    Biology Major, Chemistry Minor
    Bachelor of Science, 1993


    University of Miami, Miami, FL
    Graphic Design/Illustration
    Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1991


    Post-Graduate Training


    :: PROFESSIONAL certification


    2000 - 2010     Certified Medical Illustrator, Board of Certification of Medical Illustrators
    2005 - present     Certified Clinical Anaplastologist, Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology


    :: PROFESSIONAL experience


    Associate Professor
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 2001 - Present


    Director, Facial Prosthetics Clinicr
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 1998 - Present


    President of Garcia MedArt
    Freelance practice in Medical & Biological Illustration & Medical Sculpture
    Baltimore, Maryland, 1997 - Present


    Instructor
    Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 1997 - 2001


    Staff Ophthalmological Illustrator
    The Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute and Department of Art as Applied to Medicine
    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 1995 - 1997


    Art Director/Graphic Designer
    AdTech Communications
    Miami Lakes, Florida, 1992 - 1993



    :: SELECTED publications


    Peer Reviewed Publications


    Non-Peer Reviewed Publications


    Books, Chapters, and DVDs Illustrated


    :: SELECTED presentations


    :: PROFESSIONAL activities


    Extramural Funding:


    Revolutionizing Prosthetics Program Research Grant, ID# NS RO1 257309, JHU APL Prime Sponsor (subaward from DARPA, US Defense Department), Total Direct Cost 1,449,819 ($83,471 for subaward), PI Dr. Ross Andersen (Juan Garcia for JHU Dept of Art as Applied to Medicine), Role in Cosmesis coloration efforts, Improved Skin Colors for Prosthetic Applications, 19% effort, 6/2007 - 12/2008.


    Other Professional Accomplishments


    :: recognition


    The Association of Medical Illustrators
    2005     Certificate of Merit, Projection Visuals, Los Angeles, CA
    2003     Certificate of Merit, Instructional Color, Asilomar, CA
    2004     Certificate of Merit, Line, Cleveland, OH
    1999     Certificate of Merit, Professional Continuous Tone, Atlanta, GA
    1997     Max Brödel Award of Excellence, Continuous Tone, Cincinnatti, OH


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

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