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11/7/2023Image created by Ethan Tyler of NIH Medical Arts relates to pandemic preparedness and the development of medical countermeasuresCover-selected-for-Journal-of-Infectious-Diseases
Cover selected for Journal of Infectious Diseases
10/6/2023Image created by Ethan Tyler of NIH Medical Arts relates to publication describing a fear extinction-mediating role for endocannabinoid signaling in neurons. Cover-Selected-For-Neuron
Cover Selected For Neuron
6/28/2023Image created by Ethan Tyler of NIH Medical Arts depicts a DNA mimic of green fluorescent protein (GFP) called Lettuce (center); Lettuce can induce fluorescence in a number of fluorophores. Cover-selected-Nature
Cover selected Nature
5/12/2023Image created by Ethan Tyler of NIH Medical Arts depicts a transport protein called Mfsd2a (purple) in the endothelial membrane of the blood-brain barrier. Ethan-Tyler-Transport-Protein
Medical Arts and omega-3 fatty acids NIH News Release
5/9/2023Graphic designer, Jessica Jackson, designed a 27 ft banner currently hanging outside the front of the NIH Gateway Center to promote the All of Us Research Program. All-of-Us-Banner
All of Us Banner
3/7/2023Working since 2018 at Medical Arts Production Services, Michael Trinh has a B.A. in Graphic Design from Virginia Tech. He produces scientific posters, framing, all other in-house Production tasks and large-format Environmental Graphics Production.Michael-Trinh's-Interview
Portrait of Michael Trinh
Getting to Know Medical Arts: Michael Trinh
2/15/2023Medical illustrator, Erina He, illustrates creative cover for Cell Reports on the mechanism of SSHELsFeb152023ErinaHeJournalCovers
Cell Reports cover illustration on the mechanism of SSHELs
Cover illustration for Cell Reports
4/29/2020MAB honors Dr. Anthony Fauci with a portrait by ​Designer and Illustrator Jeffrey Everettfauci
Portrait of Dr. Anthony Fauci (NIAID/NIH)
Dr. Anthony Fauci Appreciation
5/16/2019Congratulations to our amazing MAB team members who received Distinguished Achievement AwardsDistinguished-Achievement-Awards
Kelly Government Solutions Distinguished Achievement Award
Distinguished Achievement Awards
4/2/2019In partnership with the Commissioned Corps, Medical Arts Branch, DOHS, and DATS produced the Take the Stairs Campaign and completed the second phase with a stairwell beautification project. NIH-Take-the-Stairs-Campaign
NIH Take the Stairs Campaign
NIH Take the Stairs Campaign
3/29/2019Medical Arts designed several large-scale wall murals and custom art pieces for several offices at 6700B Rockledge.Murals-and-Artwork-Enhance-Rockledge-Workspaces
Murals and Artwork at Rockledge
Murals and Artwork Enhance Rockledge Workspaces
3/29/2019Medical Arts partnered with the NIH Library to teach a training course on principles of Scientific Poster design.Scientific-Poster-Design-Course
Scientific poster design course slide
Scientific Poster Design Course
12/1/2017Medical Arts Wins 9 Graphic Design USA Health and Wellness Design Awards!MAB-GDUSA_awards
Discovery Channel Doc - NIH First in Human
5/8/2017Our design and production studio recently received a facelift.   remodel
Linda Brown Inspiration Room
5/8/2017A complex non-image forming brain visual pathway illustration get selected to appear on the cover of the March 28, 2017 issue of Neurology. neurology
Non-image forming brain visual pathway
MAB medical Illustration wins Neurology journal cover
5/8/2017Medical Arts designed several materials for the Office of Autism Research Coordination (OARC/NIMH) for their participation in the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) Conference 2017 in San Francisco. IMFAR_conference
Materials seen at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) Conference 2017
5/8/2017The MAB Medical Illustration Team assisted the Nicholas Restifo (NIH/NCI) laboratory in producing illustrations for their manuscript Metabolic Reprogramming of Anti-Tumor Immunity appearing in the journal Current Opinion in Immunology. anti-tumor
Mitochondrial membrane potential
Metabolic reprogramming of anti-tumor immunity
5/8/2017Medical Arts participates in the 2017 NIH Take Your Child to Work Day. We hosted 4 separate events for the annual NIH TYCTWDTYCTW_2017
Take Your Child to Work Day 2017
5/8/2017Medical Art' Design work was seen for the 10th year at the NIH Career Symposium, hosted by the Office of Intramural Training & Education (OITE). This annual research trainee symposium has up to 900 attendees and panels and workshops with over 75 speakers career_symposium
Ten Years of Design at the NIH Career Symposium