Here is the second piece I presented at the Women in Bio SciArt event and the story behind it. Tortured (2017) – 12″ x 12″ Traumatic injury to the central nervous system results in an inhibitory environment. This condition presents a serious challenge for neurons that attempt to regenerate. In addition to inhibitory biochemical signals,... Continue Reading →
Here is a summary of the SciArt event that was published in Women in Bio newsletter. I am happy to announce that "Guidance" - one of my earlier pieces (depicted above) is now available on both Etsy and eBay. Come get it while it's hot!
Here is the first piece I presented at the Women in Bio SciArt event and the story behind it. Branching Out (2016) - 9" x 9" Neurons have a beautiful architecture, but are never actually symmetrical. Yet they still give a sense of balance. One metric of neuronal differentiation is the measurement of their processes... Continue Reading →
As I have written in a couple of recent posts (here, here and here), life has been a bit hectic recently. I have been feeling like I am having science withdrawal symptoms. Last week, I have finally received an offer for a new position that I have accepted. For the last 4 years, while I... Continue Reading →
In my recent posts I described how my work at NeuroBead has taken an unexpected turn towards raising patient awareness, rather than just portraying scientific progress. Soon after finishing my work on "The Internal Storm" epilepsy project, I was contacted by a former collaborator I knew from an entrepreneurial initiative that I was involved... Continue Reading →
Two weeks ago I attended a very interesting art exhibit entitled "EmBodied". It was organized by the SciArt Center that I have written about in an earlier post. I came across it by accident, but just in time to make it to the opening reception. Incidentally, as I was approaching the gallery, the following sign caught... Continue Reading →
It has been a while since I have given an update on my beadwork. While I was working on the hair clips I have described in my previous posts here, here and here, my older daughter suggested a new idea. She has all of the symptoms of a child raised by scientists. Her most recent... Continue Reading →