A Scientific Star Map

It's a wonderful honor to present my new drawing for this year's ASCB|EMBO meeting! Take the ASCB Model Organism quiz to find out what model organism you are! The intricate patterns…

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An Eye-catcher for the CSHL Symposium
To segregate our DNA during cell division, the mitotic spindle pulls the duplicated chromosomes towards opposite poles of the cell. Poster for the 82nd Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Symposium on Chromosome Segregation and Structure, May/June 2017.

An Eye-catcher for the CSHL Symposium

I had the huge honor to illustrate the poster for the 82nd Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Symposium on Chromosome Segregation and Structure. I can't express how excited I am that…

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Making C. elegans Reveal Its Secrets
Worm Secrets: Making C. elegans reveal its secrets using a laser to manipulate protein function - an homage to James Bond's Goldfinger.

Making C. elegans Reveal Its Secrets

I made this drawing to illustrate Sriram Sundaramoorthy's research, who presented the illustration at the ASCB Meeting 2016 in San Francisco. Sriram explains the story behind the drawing: "My research involves studying cell division…

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Genes to Genomes Feature!
Poster for The Cell Cycle Meeting. May 2015, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA.

Genes to Genomes Feature!

My scientific illustrations were featured on Genes to Genomes, a blog from the Genetics Society of America. Their GSA-Art series creates a wonderful space for sharing the creative works of scientists, and…

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Basic Research ‘apps’
Poster for the 14th Vienna BioCenter PhD Symposium: Mind The App – Applications that Bridge Biology and Technology. November 2016, Vienna BioCenter, Vienna, Austria.

Basic Research ‘apps’

As part of the organizing committee, I had the wonderful opportunity to design an illustration for the upcoming VBC PhD Symposium in Vienna titled 'Mind the App'. I started by…

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