My “Neuron Tree” cover art was selected to be part of the Art Neureau Exhibit 2017! Join us tomorrow from 6 pm to 9:30 pm and meet the artists. The exhibit is located at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 4272
I made this figure for the Schnitzer group at Stanford, and the article was just released in Nature. The figure depicts how a miniature microscope and implanted microendoscope allow large-scale neural Ca2+ imaging.
More waves with these new figures of wave tanks for researchers of the Civil and Environmental Engineering department of the University of Washington.
I recently made this logo for researchers of the Civil and Environmental Engineering department of the University of Washington.
Synapse degeneration underlies memory loss in Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The cover image depicts a tree of neurons with branches that have lost their potential for blooming, symbolizing the impairment of synaptic plasticity and memory in AD. The sparrows resting
I created a dozen of illustrations featuring Astatotilapia burtoni’s social behaviors for the Russell Fernald lab at Stanford University, where they study the mechanisms through which social change is transduced into cellular and molecular changes.
Can video games help stroke survivors rebuild the broken links between brain and body? Benedicte Rossi illustrates James Urton’s article.
This illustration depicts parallels between seismic activity and epileptic seizures. They each start focally but have widespread effects that can be devastating, leaving long-term damage both at the site of initiation and elsewhere. Published in March 2015 in Nature Neuroscience,