I recently had the pleasure of producing diagrams for an exciting new orthopaedic examination book. I am now delighted to announce the official launch of: “Orthopaedic Basic and Clinical Science for the Postgraduate Examination: Viva Practice and Diagrams”. This brand new book covers the entire scope of postgraduate orthopaedic viva voce examination topics and features numerous radiographs and easily reproducible diagrams. It covers over 500 questions and matching answers and is an excellent companion for anyone preparing for the FRCS (Tr&Orth) exam. To order your copy and for more information on orthopaedic research please visit the Orthopaedic Research UK website.
Author Archives: marysia
Ask for Evidence
Ask for Evidence was launched by Sense About Science in 2011. It is a public campaign that encourages people request for themselves the evidence behind news stories, marketing claims and policies. I had the pleasure to design the guide to asking for evidence for Ask for Evidence online.
Phenotype Magazine Cover
I am delighted to announce that I have won the Snapshot Research Image Competition run by Phenotype, a magazine of the Oxford University Biochemical Society. My work will be featured on the cover of the next issue of Phenotype (Hilary 2014).
Carterton Open Art Exhibition
There is currently an exhibition running at Carterton Community Centre displaying one of my etchings.
Special offer for first-time customers
Special offer for first-time customers! Try out our services and request your free scientific illustration today. Please go to Contact and just email us for additional information. We are happy to discuss any requirements, ideas or special requests you may have. The offer is available until the end of November 2013.
Woodstock Open Show 2013 exhibition
I am pleased to announce that my watercolour has been accepted into Woodstock Open Show 2013 exhibition at Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock.
FRAP images for “Under Pressure: the Cell’s Response” British Society for Matrix Biology meeting in Cardiff
“Life Lines” Exhibition
There is currently a small exhibition running at Broad Canvas gallery in Oxford entitled “Life Lines”. It displays artworks by members of East Oxford Life Drawing Group and features two of my pieces.