Dyslexia awareness bracelet

Earlier this year, I wrote about getting involved in creating pieces of art to raise awareness of neurological conditions.  I have made one for epilepsy and acute central nervous system injury.  More recently I was contacted by a former colleague, who asked me to create a jewelry piece to portray dyslexia.  Here is a summary... Continue Reading →

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“Guidance” – where do you go from here?

Today I would like to tell you story behind one of my very first pieces of art that I made when starting NeuroBead. During my scientific career, I have always been fascinated by the complexity of human brain architecture, and the ability of neurons to make the right connections in this labyrinth.  When a neuronal... Continue Reading →

“Tortured”

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 →

Great feedback on the Women in Bio SciArt panel

One of the people attending the SciArt exhibit I organized with Women in Bio (WIB) was the executive vice president of corporate communications from my former employer.  She has been a great colleague, who actually aided in me joining the wonderful community of WIB in the first place.  After attending the event, she wrote up an... Continue Reading →

Women in Bio Panel – “The Intersection of Art and Science” – Part 2

Last month I wrote a post about an event I organized with Women in Bio called "The Intersection of Art and Science".  There I moderated a panel of female artists who use scientific concepts as inspiration for their artwork.  On top of organizing a panel, we also decided to do something different and actually set up... Continue Reading →

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