"Your brilliant illustration of the developing brain was greatly appreciated by our students. It transformed the abstract concept of the germinal matrix into a visual cornerstone and - in case of very premature birth - Achilles' heel of brain development." -Moritz Vogel, Neonatology Instructor for Pediatric Nursing Students
Klinikum Mutterhaus der Borromäerinnen Academic teaching hospital of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in Germany
" "Brittany is a real artist. She is a gifted Illustrator in her field. Brittany crafted a number of amazing and eye-catching anatomy illustrations for my company website in a short period of time. Her biggest strength is her ability to think about the details that the rest may overlook. It’s without hesitation that I recommend Brittany if you are looking for good quality medical illustrations." -Hossein Sheykh, Director at Trecco Ltd, PhD Researcher at Staffordshire University
Trecco Ltd. Custom 3D printing for the medical industry
"Brittany is a strong problem-solver. She takes the time to understand the scope and objectives of a project so that she knows what to prioritize, as well as what the biggest challenges will be. If problems come up, Brittany is always prepared to handle them and she never presents a problem without having at least two solutions already prepared.
Her strong communication skills and detailed knowledge of anatomy were invaluable assets on the projects we worked on. Brittany was able to clearly communicate with subject matter experts about what was needed in an illustration and troubleshoot any issues.
Brittany is an excellent decision maker with great time management skills, and would make a highly effective leader." -Alexandra Theodorakidis, Medical Writer/Editor at AboutKidsHealth
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) Major pediatric teaching hospital, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
"We drafted a case study of a unique patient presentation we encountered during our OB/GYN core clerkship. Our case was translated into a poster and presented to our local medical community. The illustration beautifully demonstrated how a small aberration can cause profound consequences during development. Without this.. we believe it would have made explanation of the pathophysiology of intraventricular hemorrhage more difficult to those who are not familiar with embryology." -Jarod Shelton, Medical Student University of Illinois