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life machine: visualization of the human cell

The machinery of cell processes turn genes into the proteins that form our bodies, a tiny factory of macromolecules essential for all known forms of life. DNA is read, RNA is transcribed and translated, proteins fold and are transported inside and outside the cell. Structure is provided by chains of actin, proteins and mitochondria provide the power.

© Linda Nye

Emory University Health Sciences Building mural

A mural for the 2nd floor of new Emory University Health Sciences Research Building. The focus is on cutting edge research involving nanotechnology and stem cells for the treatment of Pediatric heart disease. Also research in to personalized cell therapy for Crohn's disease.

© Linda Nye

3rd Floor Emory University Mural

A mural for the 3rd floor of new Emory University Health Sciences Research Building. Focus is on cutting edge research into signaling pathways and gene expression for the treatment of childhood brain tumors.

© Linda Nye

4th Floor of Emory University

A mural for the 4th floor of new Emory University Health Sciences Research Building. The focus on cutting edge research into small molecule inhibitor of viral RNA synthesisfor the treatment Hepatitis C and HIV viruses.

© Linda Nye

Women's Abdomen

Rendering of a women's abdomen with highlight of internal anatomy.

© Linda Nye

Cap Neuron Visualization

Visualization of cap neuron

© Linda Nye

Fish Illustration Concept Art

Fish illustration concept art for a 2012 life science campaign.

© Linda Nye

Cardiology Cover Art

Artwork done for magazine cover depicting cardiology throughout human life.

© Linda Nye

Damaged Neuron

Visualization of Damaged Neuron

© Linda Nye

Man Exercising

Art work of man exercising for medical client

© Linda Nye

Heart Illustraton

3D Illustration of heart

© Linda Nye

Medical Cover Art

Artwork done for magazine cover

© Linda Nye

Kidney Art

Visualization showing internal kidneys and various internal organs.

© Linda Nye

Lehigh University Micro Lens

Industrial Visualization for Micro Lens research at Lehigh University

© Linda Nye

Cover Art for Nature Magazine

Cover art done for Nature Magazine for UC Berkley.

© Linda Nye

NeuroCare Artwork

Artwork done for NeuroCare showing highlights of the nervous system

© Linda Nye

Brain Visualization

Artwork done for Oxford highlighting different areas of the human brain

© Linda Nye

Visualization of Sleep Study

Artwork done for a sleep study visual

© Linda Nye

Stem Cell Visualization

Artwork done to depict stem cells

© Linda Nye

Backpain Visualization

Backpain visualization done for Panadol.

© Linda Nye

Dental Infection

Visualization showing an infection spreading through the mouth

© Linda Nye

Brain Treatment

Visualization depicting brain treatment via pharmaceutical drugs

© Linda Nye

Blood Treatment Visualization

Visualization showing blood treatment via biomarkers

© Linda Nye

Artery Tumor

Artery Tumor Visualization

© Linda Nye

Male Anatomy Illustration

Male anatomy illustration for pharmaceutical client

© Linda Nye

Visualization of Prostate Examination

Visualization of a prostate examination

© Linda Nye

Immunology Visualization

Immunology Visualization create for Immune Design

© Linda Nye

Heart Visualization

Visual artwork showing highlights of heart treatment

© Linda Nye

Lenticular Body Poster

Lenticular body poster showing the interior anatomy of children

© Linda Nye

Inguinal Hernia

Visualization of inguinal hernia for medical demonstration

© Linda Nye

Cyanocrylate Therapy

3D animation of catheter delivery of cyanocrylate a liquid embolic (Neuracryl) to the brain to treat aneurysm and AVM.

© Linda Nye

Microdermis

Animation introducing a new product that provides several layers of skin protection from bacteria, MRSA, and c.diff.

© Linda Nye

Mitosis Cell Division

Fly into a cell nucleus as it starts to divide. The genomic information that is stored in chromosomes must be replicated, and the duplicated genome must be separated cleanly between cells. During mitosis the pairs of chromatids condense and attach to fibers that pull the sister chromatids to opposite sides of the cell.

© Linda Nye

Plasma Volume Expander

Pentastarch molecules in I.V. infusion used to raise plasma volume and pressure in emergency and surgical procedures. Pentastarch molecules are broken down by amylase and rapidly eliminated by renal excretion.

© Linda Nye

ONTAK T-Cell Lymphoma Treatment

ONTAK (infusion) is a targeted therapy of treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma intravascularly after infusion.

© Linda Nye

Nuvasive XLIF

Maximum access technique for a lateral retroperitoneal approach for reconstructive spinal surgery.

© Linda Nye

Marine Power

Animation to present a new energy efficient electric generating water wheel for irrigation canals.

© Linda Nye

Genoptix: Optophoresis

Moving waves of light are used to sort, collect and analysis biological properties of living cells.

© Linda Nye

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Past/Future

Large hanging panel incorporating elements of the past to future of medical visualization, for the UCSD Biomedical Library interior.

© LInda Nye

Zoom in the bloodstream

Zoom from heart to oxygen atom by power of -10 steps

© LInda Nye

Zoom through the Bloodstream (crop)

Transition thru the human body into the heart, arteries, to blood cells, to the hemoglobin inside, to the oxygen molecules carried through out the body. Awarded First Place in the Illustration category of the 2008 National Science Foundation (NSF) and Science’s International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.

© LInda Nye

Zoom into a butterflies wing

Zoom into the structure of a butterfly’s wing from its delicate surface, through layers of scales, scale structures, to chitin fibrils made up of molecules finally a carbon atom.

© LInda Nye

Zoom into a Butterfly’s Wing

Detail from the poster Zoom into the structure of a butterfly’s wing showing its delicate surface, through layers of scales, scale structures, to chitin fibrils made up of molecules finally a carbon atom.

© LInda Nye

Asthma

© LInda Nye

The Mind's Eye

© LInda Nye

Up/Down

Large fabric panel installation in a stair well at the UCSD Biomedical Library representing corrdinated body systems.

© LInda Nye

Biocom cell

Large mural of the interior workings of a human cell for Biocom (trade association for the life science industry) boardroom wall.

© LInda Nye

Respiratory Attack

© LInda Nye

"Them"

an Discovery Center exhibit on microbes that cause disease. This panel focuses on the fungi that cause Athletes foot that grows in the moisture of the sweat glands.

© LInda Nye

"Them"

A Discovery Center exhibit on microbes that cause disease. This panel focuses on the bacteria H. Pylori moving into the mucous layer on the epithelial cell lining damaging those cells. Stomach acid breaks down food-and kill’s bacteria.

© LInda Nye

"Them"

"Them", an Discovery Center exhibit on microbes that cause disease. This panel focuses on the bacteria that stick to teeth causing tooth decay, and are blocked by more harmful microbes.

© LInda Nye

DignoCure colon cancer test

A molecular method of lymph node examination shown to be clinically important in identifying cancer missed by histopathology alone.

© LInda Nye

The Minds Eye

Panel from triptic Minds' Eye, 3D computer art output on watercolor paper.

© LInda Nye

Heart

© LInda Nye

Connect 25th Anniversary

25th anniversary portrait of the founding of Connect.

© LInda Nye

The Year in Translation

Burnham Report cover focusing on how cellular information in DNA is transcribed into RNA, which translates them into proteins.

© LInda Nye

Antimicrobial drug discovery

Focus on the identification, development and commercialization of novel antimicrobial compounds that target essential gene products of pathogenic organisms

© LInda Nye

Orthopedics

Repair and replacement of diseased and damaged bones and joints is made possible with high tech prosthesis and surgical techniques.

© LInda Nye

New York times science section on fat

A special Science section for the New York Times. Fat cells a storage vessel for triglycerides also act like chemical factories secreting hormones.

© LInda Nye

Succulents

Exploring the Patterns of Nature in photos for a USCD Biomedical Library studyroom.

© LInda Nye

Pattern of Nature (series)

In the Garden

© LInda Nye

Succulents4

Exploring the Patterns of Nature in photos for a USCD Biomedical Library studyroom.

© LInda Nye

Dragonfly

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© LInda Nye

Fibronacci1

© LInda Nye

FeRx cancer treatment

© LInda Nye

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Style/Techniques

Animation, Black & White, Collage, Conceptual, Digital, Fine Art, Impressionistic, Montage, Pencil, Photoillustration, Technical, 3-D Collage, 3-D Rendering, Decorative, Floral, Pattern, Installations, CGI

Subject/Specialties

Animals, Botanical, Children, Children's Books, Corporate, Editorial, Education, Family, Health, Industrial, Information Graphics, Landscape, Medical, Mural, Nature, Portrait, Posters, Product, Science, Scientific, Technology, Textiles, Wildlife, Environmental