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Your Art and The Beholder’s Share – my interview at “Your Creative Push” podcast

Today I am super excited to share with you that I was recently interviewed on the Your Creative Push podcast! I had such a great time talking with Youngman about how I came to love both art and science and how they eventually got a chance to join forces in my life.⠀ Please come check... Continue Reading →

A (very) brief history of beadwork across the world

About a month ago, I received some interesting feedback on Instagram that was meant to question the "rights" to beadwork in different cultures.  The authors assumed that beadwork is a very particular type of art that is primarily attributed to Native Americans, as it plays a very important role in their culture. But are the... Continue Reading →

Attraction, 2019 – Stem cells travel to Canada

The stem cell revolution When I was in graduate school, I had to perform weekly dissections of neonatal rat brains to isolate primary neurons for my experiments.  It was not a particularly enjoyable process and an ungrateful one too.  After spending 2 – 3 hours meticulously dissecting a dozen brains under a microscope, I would... Continue Reading →

My new brain art project is off to the races!

With the exception of "The Brain Project", which showed the amazing connectedness of the human nervous system, I have spent the last few months fiddling around with some small home decor art projects while incubating the next big SciArt idea.  Then I spent another month thinking of the engineering logistics needed to put it together. ... Continue Reading →

My artwork “Fragile Memory” made the cover of Biological Psychiatry journal!

The secret is finally out! I am so excited to share that one of my favorite works "Fragile Memory", that is based on a microscopy image of the hippocampus of a Brainbow mouse, is featured on the cover of Biological Psychiatry journal!⁠ I just received the journal in the mail last week! For the last... Continue Reading →

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