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Each experienced medical illustrator and animator on our team has a graduate degree in Biomedical Communications from one of the four programs in North America accredited by the CAAHEP (Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs).
Established by medical illustrator Diana Kryski, Kryski Biomedia is a professional medical illustration and animation studio serving both North American and international clients. We create accurate and effective illustrations and animations for biological, medical, scientific and technical
projects and publications. Our clients include health care professionals, scientists, authors, publishers, law firms, marketing agencies, and pharmaceutical and medical device companies. We can approach your complex MOA graphics and MOA animations with understanding and expertise.
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Medical & Scientific Illustration
We pride ourselves on our ability to create beautiful, accurate, high-quality illustrations on time and on budget. We see every project, big and small, as an opportunity to help bring our client’s vision to life! Experts in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, we swear we can make almost anything beautiful, in any style you like.
Graphic/Interactive/Web Design for Health Sites & Products
Designing for patients, doctors, students, and even health-conscious consumers takes a special understanding of what they value. We’ll work with you to create attractive, straightforward design that suits your vision and your audience’s needs.
Whiteboard Videos, Storyboarding & Animation
Despite the sometimes overwhelming complexity of medical and scientific structures and processes, our visual storytelling will help you communicate your content clearly, while appearing effortless to your audience.
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What is A Medical Illustrator?
A medical illustrator is a professional illustrator with the knowledge and understanding of medical science concepts. He or she should be well-versed in anatomy, physiology, biology, and general science (among other specialties) and should be adept at communicating with other professionals in these fields about the concepts at hand.
Currently, there are four university medical illustrator programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. They are the: Medical Illustration Graduate Program at Georgia Regents University, Biomedical Visualization Graduate Program at University of Illinois, Medical and Biological Illustration Graduate Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and the Biomedical Communications Program at University of Toronto. Other universities have had accredited programs in the past.
Most medical illustrators today have at least a university degree in the field, and often it is a Master’s degree from one of the above-mentioned programs. Their degree may have one of many names, such as Master of Science in Medical Illustration, Master of Science (in Biomedical Visualization), Master of Arts (in Medical and Biological Illustration), or Master of Science in Biomedical Communications, to name a few.