Articles And Books
BOOKS & ARTS
THE BRAIN IN A NUTSHELL
Medicine has long used visual representation in ambitious ways.
This is particularly true if we include the illustrated herbals inspired by the great five-volume encyclopaedia by Dioscorides (ad 40–90).
Because art has traditionally centred on issues of human existence, medicine has also inspired many artists. Recent works based on medical themes...
CAMPAIGN SPOTLIGHT: MICHAEL NEWHOUSE
The amount of information that would cause synaptic overload in most people is catnip to Michael Newhouse. The Montana-based illustrator never met a piece of information, floor plan, or bit of paper ephemera that he couldn’t assimilate and transform into his work..
A: HEAD ON B: BODY: THE REAL LIFE OF DR. FRANKESTEIN
In an eventful and successful career spanning 40 years, Dr. Robert White–pioneering neurosurgeon and Professor at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University–did many things. He participated in Nobel Prize-nominated work, published more than 700 scholarly articles...
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