Scientific Illustration by Heather McDonald

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BioSerendipity recommends illustrator Heather McDonald, Ph.D. Dr. McDonald worked as a freelance illustrator for the Science family of journals during the time Nancy R. Gough, Ph.D. was the Editor of Science Signaling. With her advanced science degree, editors and authors found it easy to communicate the complexities of the science in the figure to her. Samples of her work are shown. Click each image for more information.

Heather McDonald Portfolio

reconstitution_of_directed_cell_migrationSynthetic reconstitution of directed cell migration.
9 February 2016, Science Signaling
http://stke.sciencemag.org/content/9/414/re1
CREDIT: H. MCDONALD/SCIENCE SIGNALING
innate_immune_responsesConserved innate immune signaling mechanisms.
28 June 2016, Science Signaling
http://stke.sciencemag.org/content/9/434/fs13
CREDIT: H. MCDONALD/SCIENCE SIGNALING
Fibrosis: a tangled web.
20 May 2015, Science Translational Medicine
http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/7/288/288fs21
CREDIT: H. MCDONALD/SCIENCE TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE
time-stamped-brainThe brain, time-stamped.
7 June 2013, Science
http://science.sciencemag.org/content/340/6137/1180
CREDIT: H. MCDONALD/SCIENCE
Breaching the blood-brain barrier.
2 Apr 2012, Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum
http://www.msdiscovery.org/news/news_synthesis/320-gate-crashers
CREDIT: HEATHER MCDONALD
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