After twenty dedicated years as the Copy Center Coordinator in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, Ed Phillips will be leaving us on Wednesday, May 31. Ed has seen vast changes in printing technology as he has run the Copy Center for the past two decades. He has always provided excellent customer service with his friendly personality and phenomenal work ethic. Ed has printed, folded, bound, trimmed, and delivered thousands of jobs all around the Johns Hopkins Medical campus. Experienced, competent, kind, professional and good-natured, Ed has been a valued part of our department for twenty years. A reception honoring Ed was held on May 24, 2017. We thank him for his service and wish him the best in his retirement.
This award provides financial aid to students in the graduate program of medical and biological illustration. The 2017 winner of the Annettee Burgess Award is Julia Lerner. Congratulations, Julia! The foremost painter of the ocular fundus, Annette S. Burgess was a world-renowned ophthalmic artist. Accuracy of observation and meticulous attention to detail are hallmarks of Ms. Burgess’ ophthalmological illustrations. The Annette S. Burgess Award recognizes the outstanding quality of scientific and artistic scholarship in Ophthalmological Illustration and is awarded in honor of Annette S. Burgess, the first medical illustrator for the Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute.
This award, given by the family and friends of Dr. Netter, provides financial aid to students in the graduate program of medical and biological illustration. The 2017 winner of the Frank Netter Scholarship is Lauren Rakes. Congratulations, Lauren! The Scholarship Fund recognizes Frank F. Netter’s legacy to medical art; his insistence on thoroughly understanding the subject matter and his high artistic standards. For many decades Frank Netter’s name has been synonymous with medical illustration. Doctors, medical students, health-care providers, and curious patients have looked through copies of the CIBA Clinical Symposia for Netter’s illustrations providing sought-after information. Later, numerous bound volumes, the CIBA Collection of Medical Illustrations, offered Netter’s works depicting both the anatomy and pathology of systems and organs. New advances in medicine and technology challenge current illustrators to continue to explore innovative ways to communicate the medical sciences. Frank Netter lives on as an educator in the medical sciences and an inspiration to students developing the skills of medical illustrator.
The Department of Art as Applied to Medicine awards The Chester Reather Scholarship to a graduate student whose advanced work or thesis stimulates innovative research and creative use of new imaging modality. Daniel Hermansen is the 2017 winner of the Reather Scholarship. Congratulations, Dan! This award honors Chester Reather, an internationally renowned biomedical photographer, who was a part of Hopkins for over 40 years. His work appeared in many textbooks authored by Hopkins physicians. Early in his photographic career, he worked in the Carnegie Institute Department of Embryology (at Hopkins) where his magnified scientific images became a standard for biological photographers around the world. As a founding member of the Biological Photographers Association (BPA), he trained many who later became distinguished members. Reather award winners receive scholarship funds to support their graduate education.
You’re invited to attend the Opening Reception of the 2017 Graduate Exhibition! This is a wonderful opportunity to see the full array of art created during the Medical and Biological Illustration graduate program. Refreshments — Live Music — Medical Art Come join us in celebrating the Class of 2017! Closest Parking – Orleans Street Garage, 1795 Orleans Street, Baltimore, MD 21231 (4th floor of the garage has a bridge to the main floor of the Hospital)