The 2016 Augusta University and University of Georgia Student Scientific & Medical Illustration Exhibition runs through May 31 at the Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library on the Health Sciences Campus. More than fifty masterful pieces of scientific and medical illustration are on display. The scientific artwork documents and explains the natural world around us, and the medical artwork enlightens and inspires us about the world of health science and the inner-workings of the human body. The illustrations were created by students in the BFA program in scientific illustration at the University of Georgia and in the medical illustration graduate program at Augusta University. The illustrations are on display for public viewing at the computer lab on the first floor and throughout the second floor.
The following students in the medical illustration graduate program received honors for their artwork:
- Stenstrom Award of Excellence: Amanda Camp, surgical illustration “Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of an Orbital Rim and Floor Fracture” (Tripod Surgery).
- Award of Merit: Amanda Camp, molecular poster, “Treating GERD with Proton Pump Inhibitors.”
- Award of Merit: Alexis Ennis, editorial illustration, “Arthroscopic Excision of Osteoid Osteomas of the Hip.”
- Award of Merit: Stephanie Pfeiffer, molecular poster “Overactive Bladder Treatment.”
For more information about the exhibition, please contact Renee Sharrock at 706-721-3444 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about medical illustration, please contact Bill Andrews at 706-721-3266 or email@example.com.