seeing science through a new lens
biomedical animator & illustrator
Hi, I'm Ingrid - a training biomedical artist with interests in visual story telling, 2D/3D animation, and graphic design. My philosophy strives towards creating a harmonious relationship between arts & sciences, balancing both visual aesthetics and scientific accuracy.
I graduated from the Biomedical Communications Masters Program at the University of Toronto (U of T) in August 2021. I also completed my Bachelor of Science at U of T in Immunology, Health & Disease, and Art History.
Alongside medical art, I like to unwind and explore new creative outlets through photography and hiking.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Illustrations
2021, Brain Communications
Hippocampal atrophy is associated with psychotic symptom severity following traumatic brain injury. Michael J C Bray, M.Sc, Bhanu Sharma, M.Sc, Julia Cottrelle, M Sc, Matthew E Peters, MD, Mark Bayley, MD, Robin E A Green, Ph.D
2021, Essentials of Clinical Examination Handbook
Musculoskeletal System. Kherani, I., Osei-Yeboah, C., Li, W., Hui, J., Campbell, S., & Lytvyn, Y. (Eds.). University of Toronto Medical Society, University of Toronto; Thieme.
2021, Toronto Notes.
Dermatology. Drupals, M., & Ware, M. (Eds.),
Fundamental Neuroscience Techniques (and when to use them). Ju, W.
2020, Guest Lecturer
University of Toronto, ANA301: Human Embryology, Development of the Face and Branchial Apparatus. Toronto, Canada. Invited.
2020, Blog Post Illustration
RehabINKmag. What’s the verdict on academic guilt? Separating “doing” from productivity. RehabINK | A World of Rehabilitation Research, Practice, and Advocacy.
2019, Website Creator
Histology and Histophathology | An Accompanying Resource to the Laboratory Manual.