June 21, 2012

JOIN US for our Annual Alumni Dinner

We are trying to get a final head count for those who’d like to attend the Hopkins Alumni dinner in Toronto on July 26th (Thurs). We’ve reserved a few places already but need a more accurate # as some restaurants have a min or max size for large parties.  Please RSVP ASAP to Shizuka Aoki Let us know of any allergies!! Spread the word to other Hopkins alum (and of course non-alum) who might want to come and are not active on the listserve. We’ll try to keep it close the hotel but the ‘trendy’ restaurants are definitely towards the west end or north of the city (many of which can’t accommodate large parties!). Once we have a final head count I’ll post the location/menu. Feel free to contact Shizuka below with any questions!  Shizuka Aoki  Email: shizuka.aoki@GMAIL.COM
May 25, 2012

Dr. Miguel Schön named a 2012 The Ranice W. Crosby Distinguished Achievement Awardee

May 2012: This year, the recipient of The Ranice W. Crosby Distinguished Achievement Award, for scholarly contributions to the advancement of art as applied to the medical sciences, is Dr. Miguel A. Schön, a member of the faculty of the School of Medicine. Over the past fourteen years, Dr. Schön has enriched the curriculum of the graduate program in Medical and Biological Illustration. His dedication to working with our students in Anatomical Sketching, Illustrating Anatomy, and as the “Go-To” person for anatomical questions during all illustration classes, has enabled our graduate program to grow academically into the best program of its kind. In addition, his understanding of our field of study and willingness to share his knowledge and experience has been a tremendous asset to both the students and faculty of Art as Applied to Medicine. We have gained so much from his affiliation with our program through his gift of time, expertise, and guidance. Please join me and the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine in honoring him with this award for his role as the Medical Art “Anatomist in Residence.”
May 25, 2012

Dr. Edward Miller named a 2012 The Ranice W. Crosby Distinguished Achievement Awardee

May 2012: We are pleased to present a second Ranice W. Crosby Distinguished Achievement Award this year to a very special individual at Hopkins in recognition of his exceptional dedication to everyone in the School of Medicine. As an outstanding leader, Dr Edward Miller, Dean of the School of Medicine and Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine, has shepherded the School to new heights. Since 1997, his enthusiastic service has been the guiding force that has brilliantly led Hopkins Medicine to its paramount position in health care around the world. His attention to and concern for students, faculty and Departments has furthered the collegial atmosphere on the campus. The faculty, students and alumni of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine take this opportunity to thank him for his support for our vision of the Facial Prosthetic Clinic and our recent celebration of 100 years of teaching excellence in medical illustration. Thank you Dean Miller!
August 21, 2011

Art as Applied to Medicine Welcomes the Class of 2013

August 2011: We are pleased to welcome the following students to the AAM Class of 2013 Hannah Ahn Anastasia Demson Amy Dixon Katie Eun Natalie Koscal  Heidi Sinsel
July 21, 2011

Student 2011 AMI Salon Awards

Instructional Tone AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: Kaitlin Lindsay The Suction Discs of Thyroptera tricolor AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: Bricelyn H. Strauch Penetrating Keratoplasty CERTIFICATE OF MERIT: Wenjing Wu The Respiration of Necturus maculosus Instructional Color AWARD OF MERIT: Elyssa Siegel The Mandibular Nerve and the Muscles of Mastication
July 21, 2011

Professional 2011 AMI Salon Awards

Instructional Color WILL SHEPARD AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: Ian Suk Approach to Access Anterior Cranial Fossa Pathology CERTIFICATE OF MERIT: Fabian de Kok-Mercado Transmission Electron Microscopy Instructional Continuous Tone MAX BRODEL AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: David J. Cheney Temporomandibular Disorders Instructional Line CERTIFICATE OF MERIT: Devon Stuart Maxillectomy Editorial AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: Jennifer Fairman Killer in the Blood: Mapping Malaria’s Lethal Life Cycle * (* Also Ralph Sweet Member’s Choice Award) Medical-legal AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: Sarah Faris Gunshot Wound to Right Thigh AWARD OF MERIT: Sarah Faris Posterior Lumbar Fusion Surgery Interactive Media: Instructional AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: Bert S. Oppenheim Visible Body for Ipad2 Ilustrated Medical book – Atlas AWARD OF MERIT: Tiffany DaVanzo (Anita Impagliazzo and Burt Falgui) Orthopaedic Surgical Approaches Illustrated Medical Book- Reference/Clinical Text AWARD OF MERIT: Jennifer N. Gentry Aesthetic Breast Surgery, Concepts and Techniques AWARD OF MERIT (Justin A. Klein and) Kenneth Probst Seven Aneurysms: Tenets and Techniques for Clipping Illustrated Medical Book- Children’s Text AWARD OF MERIT: Lydia J. Gregg My Diary for Intra-Arterial Retinoblastoma Treatment Ralph Sweet Member’s Choice Award Jennifer E. Fairman Killer in the Blood: Mapping Malaria’s Lethal Life Cycle Muriel McLatchie Miller Fine Art Award Jennifer E. Fairman Exploring Flora – Cicada […]
July 21, 2011

Howard Bartner is the recipient of the 2011 Max Brödel Award for Excellence in Education

July 2011: Mr. Howard Bartner, an Associate Professor in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine was honored at the 2011 Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI) annual meeting in Baltimore with the Max Brodel Award for Excellence in Education. This award recognizes and honors a medical illustrator for outstanding educational contributions to the profession of Medical Illustration. Criteria include educational and/or administrative contributions to a graduate program and acting as a mentor to prospective students in Medical Illustration. The recipient should demonstrate a sustained contribution to education by presenting papers and workshops at regional and annual meetings and in print publications. Before coming to Hopkins, Howard received both a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Elkins Tyler School of Fine Art as well as a Bachelor of Science Degree from Temple University. Howard graduated from the Hopkins Program with a certificate in 1958. In 1969, he fulfilled the additional requirement for the MA degree. After graduating from Hopkins, Howard went on to dedicate his entire professional career to the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland and devoted over 50 years of teaching excellence at Hopkins. One cannot speak of Howard’s work without including examples of his beautiful ophthalmological illustrations. […]
May 21, 2011

Ralph Hruban named the 2011 The Ranice W. Crosby Distinguished Achievement Awardee

May 2011: This year, the recipient of The Ranice W. Crosby Distinguished Achievement Award, for scholarly contributions to the advancement of art as applied to the medical sciences, is Dr. Ralph Hruban. In this year of the Centennial Celebration of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine as the founding force for educating the medical illustrator, we salute Dr. Ralph Hruban, Professor of Pathology and Oncology, for his investigative spirit to explore novel uses of new and innovative visual technologies to communicate medicine. Dr. Hruban not only acknowledges the visual representation of scientific information by the artist as an essential component of medical education, but also actively partners with the illustrator in creating educational images.
May 21, 2011

Congratulations Class of 2011!

May 2011: Congratulations to Suzanne Slattery, Jodi Chapman, Bricelyn Strauch, Adam Pellerite, Bona Kim and Tara Rose on the occasion of their graduation. Each received their Master of Arts degrees in Medical and Biological Illustration from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Commencement took place at the Meyerhoff Theatre in Baltimore, MD. Congratulations to all 5 Graduates! We look forward to seeing what wonderful endeavors they face as they embark on their new careers.
April 21, 2011

Jodi Chapman (’11) & Bricelyn Strauch (’11), 2011 Frank Netter Scholarship Winners

This award, given by the family and friends of Dr. Netter, will provide financial aid to students in the graduate program of medical and biological illustration. New advances in medicine now challenge the illustrator to create more innovative communication skills. 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 sometimes, curious patients have looked through copies of the CIBA Clinical Symposia for Netter’s illustrations providing sought-after information. Then, later, numerous bound volumes, the CIBA Collection of Medical Illustrations, again offering Netter’s works depicting both the anatomy and pathology of particular systems and organs. Frank Netter lives on as an educator in the medical sciences and an inspiration to students developing the skills of medical illustrator.
March 21, 2011

Class of 2011: The Department of Art as Applied to Medicine congratulates 5 of its graduate students on their Vesalian Grants and Awards.

March 2011: The Department of Art as Applied to Medicine congratulates 5 of its graduate students on their Vesalian Grants and Awards. Three of it’s 5 award recipeints will be presenting their original research at the 2011 Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Conference which will be held this summer in Baltimore, MD. We congratulate all of this year’s applicants and wish everyone success after graduation! This year’s JHU recipients are: INEZ DEMONET SCHOLAR: Bona Kim ALAN COLE SCHOLAR: Jodi Chapman Educational Gaming: Creating an Effective 3D Video Game to Teach Human Genetics and Carcinogenesis to High School Students VESALIAN SCHOLAR: Adam Pellerite Visualizing Immune Responses to SIV Infection in Natural and Non-Natural Primate Hosts through a Multi-Platform Educational Module RESEARCH GRANT RECIPIENTS: Bona Kim Medical Illustrations and the iPad: A New Approach to Education for Pancreatic Cancer Tara Rose Face to Face: Applying Facial Analysis Principles to 3D Models of Recipients and Donors to Create Physician Education Materials to Improve Outcomes for Face Transplantation Bricelyn Strauch Silent Aspiration Visualization: An Interactive 3D Model Comparing Normal vs. Abnormal Deglutition Based on Diagnostic Imaging and Motion Tracking Technology
August 21, 2010

Art As Applied To Medicine Welcomes the Class of 2012

August 2010: We are pleased to welcome the following students to the AAM Class of 2012 Elizabeth Cook Kaitlin Lindsay Courtney McKenna Elyssa Seigel Eo Trueblood  Wenjing “Betty” Wu We also welcome Ariana Bruno as our Anaplastology Trainee for 2010.