Amanda Barnaby is a medical illustrator and animator.
With a Background in art and science, she creates accurate, creative, and high quality visual media for science. Her work has been used in advertising, patient education, medical legal, and publication.
Medical Illustrations may be used to visualize a scientific structure, concept or procedure. A background in anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, histology, and pathology ensures scientific accuracy.
A medical animation may depict the movement and mechanism of a scientific concept.
Demo Reel 2019
2D animation of the Vasculature of the Placenta
The placenta is a temporary organ that develops during pregnancy. The placenta delivers oxygenated blood from the fetus to the mother, while sending the de-oxygenated blood from the fetus to the mother.
The SNARE mechanism is used inside the cell to fuse two lipid bilayers together.
2D Medical Animation of Coup-Contrecoup Brain Injury
Coup-Contrecoup brain injury is a type of concussion caused by whiplash. The coup refers to the site of impact with an object. The contrecoup refers to the opposite side that experiences injury due to whiplash.
3D Medical Animation depicting Ovulation
Ovulation is the release of a mature egg, or ovum, from an ovary. The ovum is released into the fallopian tube of the uterus where fertilization may occur. Ovulation usually occurs between days 13-15 of the menstrual cycle.
3D DNA Animation
DNA is a molecule carrying the genetic information for humans. It consists of the sugar phosphate backbone and the base pairs: Adenine, Thymine, Guanine, and Cytosine. The two polynucleotide chains coil around each other, forming the double helix with the major minor grooves.
3D Molecular Animation
Antihistamine medication is used to block the histamine receptors during an allergic reaction to reduce symptoms and provide relief.
Happy Holidays Lettering Animation
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