The last 2 years that I lived in Chicago were spent at the University of Illinois. The Department of Biomedical Visualization is one of 4 graduate programs
in the US for medical illustration. Here is a picture of my class (1993).
Photo courtesy of Ellen L. Zink. (Our faces have been disguised for Internet publication.)
I attended art classes at Harold Washington City College for several years, studying with Annalee Hultgren.
I worked at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center for 2 years doing biochemistry experiments in the Department of OB/Gyn Research. You can read the abstract of the resulting article here: Characterization and inhibitor sensitivity of human sperm phospholipase A2: Evidence against pivotal involvement of phospholipase A2 in the acrosome reaction.
During graduate school, I collected data for public health research at the University of Illinois at Chicago, for the Women and Infants Transmission Study on AIDS transmission during pregnancy.
Last updated February 8, 2018