The Lung Endothelial Surface Layer is a 3D biomedical molecular animation designed to be screened at research seminars to introduce anesthesiology researchers to a molecular structure with potential to treat lung trauma patients. The structure is the glycocalyx and the absorbed plasma proteins which lines the endothelial surfaces of blood vessels.
MEDIA Autodesk 3ds Max, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Pixologic Zbrush,
CLIENT Key Opinion Leader Dr. Randal Dull, MD, PhD, Director of Anesthesia Research at the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Researchers and Clinical Physicians
Storyboard on the Lung Endothelial Surface Layer (ESL) for the Director of Anesthesia Research a Key Opinion Leader (KOL) at University of Illinois College of Medicine.
This poster shows a molecular visualization of a novel drug delivery mechanism based on a 2016 Synthetic Biology paper from Nature. Drug delivery into tumors used genetically synchronized lysis of bacteria to deliver pore proteins into the cell membrane of tumor cells.
Researchers and Physicians
Nature 536, 33–34 (04 August 2016) | doi:10.1038/nature18915
3D assets ( salps and an octopus tentacle) were post-composited in Photoshop and Illustrator to create a poster for Marine Biology undergraduates to describe the Jet Propulsion mechanism of action of Salps or Cyclosalpa affinis.
Target Audience College students taking Marine Biology
Media Autodesk 3ds Max, Photoshop, Illustrator.
Embryology Gastrulation in Gallus gallus. Illustration for the Embryo Project.
Target Audience: General Public
Media: Ps, Ai.