artISBI2024

Fernando Pérez Bueno (Universidad de Granada) & Lucia Manso Ortega (Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language), "Stained Reverie" (2023), Digital H&E histological image. A single 800x800 patch at 40x magnification. Methods: ISBI 2024 paper 913.

Rob Kesseler (Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London) & Louise Hughes (Oxford Instruments) "AIRBORNE: BETULA PENDULA" (detail). Seed from Betula pendula (Silver birch); SEM and Energy Dispersive x-ray Spectroscopy.Image 2.35x26 cm.

Fernando Pérez Bueno (Universidad de Granada) & Lucia Manso Ortega (Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language), "Stain Augmentation Palette" (2024), Digital H&E image. A single 500x500 Lung patch at 40x magnification. ISBI 2024 paper 913.

Chrysoula Tsimperi (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) "Simulated dynamics of intracellular-extracellular potassium in a pathological astrocyte" (2024). Computational algorithms and software, utilizing experimental data to recreate the space-filling architecture of astroglial processes (NEURON, computational models, MATLAB). 1280x720 px.

Rob Kesseler (Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London) & Louise Hughes (Oxford Instruments) "AIRBORNE: BETULA PENDULA". Seed from Betula pendula (Silver birch); SEM and Energy Dispersive x-ray Spectroscopy. 1.75x65 cm.

Julian Voss-Andreae "Angel of the West" (2008). inspired by the structure of the human immune system’s key molecule, the antibody. Commissioned as the signature piece for the new Florida campus of the Scripps Institute. Stainless steel, 12’ x 12’ x 4’ (3.70 m x 3.70 m x 1.20 m). Location: The Scripps Research Institute, Jupiter (Fla.)

Julian Voss-Andreae "Birth of an Idea" (2007). Sculpture based on the structure of the potassium channel protein was commissioned by Roderick MacKinnon (2003 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his discovery of this structure). Steel, colored glass, and wood 60” x 32” x 32” (1.50 x 0.80 x 0.80 m) Location: Rockefeller University, New York City.

Álvaro Heredia-Lidón (La Salle - Universitat Ramon Llull) "MOPI" (2024). 3D head model reconstructed from an MRI of an individual from the OASIS dataset. To obtain the projection images (PI), the 3D model is rendered using OpenGL with an ambient white light source. 1024x1024.

Chantal Pollier "Nucleus" (2024), 3D enlargement of a microscopic photo of 3 brain cells, lasered into glass, 10mx2.7m

Athelia Rosa Paulli (Children’s National Hospital), "NE[UR]ON". Neon reflects on the multifaceted beauty of a neuron, 72x30 inches.

Alfonso Elola, "A Portrait" (2020), digital illustration made in Photoshop and Corel Painter, 70x100cm.

Jana Osstyn (University of Antwerp) "The Brain Untangled" (2024). MRI inspired drawing. Pencil, black fineliners for the tangle patterns. Methodology: draw contours, fill regions with Zentangle patterns. A3 paper format (297 x 420 mm).

Jana Osstyn (University of Antwerp) "Radiant Love" (2024). Pencil, black fineliners for the tangle patterns. X-ray inspired drawing. Methodology: draw contours, fill regions with Zentangle patterns. A3 paper format (297 x 420 mm).

Didem Gokcay (METU), "Beautiful inside and out" (2020). Brain MRI on a coronal slice, digital collage with a freely available clip-art rose picture. 441x480.

Justin Jacob (Zimulate Consultech) "Harmony Unveiled: The Immunological Ballet" (2024), digital image, AI. Digital image, AI, 1024x1024 px

Justin Jacob (Zimulate Consultech), "Biomedical Imaging: The Future of Personalized Medicine" (2024). Digital image, AI, 1024x1024 px.

Priyanka Rana (Macquarie University) "On the Path to Healing: Paved by AI" (2023). Image-based AI model aspires to deliver personalised treatment strategies, and ultimately offering a ray of hope to those battling this aggressive form of skin cancer.

Raaghul Balasubramanian (Sri Sairam Siddha Medical College and Research Center) "The past, present, and the future" (2024). Acrylic on watercolour sheet. 29.7×42cm

Marlene Bart (TURBA e.V.) "Patterns of Pathology: finding the normal and abnormal in a sea of brainwaves, 1940 - 1960". Digital work based on the EEG Atlas by Gibbs & Gibbs from 1941. Flexiible dimensions.

Marlene Bart (TURBA e.V.) "Patterns of Pathology: finding the normal and abnormal in a sea of brainwaves, 1940 - 1960". Digital work based on the EEG Atlas by Gibbs & Gibbs from 1941, a pioneer work in EEG research. Flexiible dimensions.

P Venkataraman "Neurons in the Right Brain", Neurons in the Left Brain (202) Digital Style: Mathematically Defined Decorative Art All parts of the work are mathematically defined. W 16 “ X H 10 “.

P Venkataraman "Neurons in the Left Brain" (2024) Digital Style: Mathematically Defined Decorative Art. All parts of the work are mathematically defined, Image Size: W 16 “ X H 10 “.

Philipp Dexheimer (2022). "To fold or not to fold - Protein aggregation in myopathies". Sarcomere structure of a wild-type C. elegans adult next to an animal bearing a single nucleotide patient mutation in muscle myosin. Olympus IX83 inverted microscope, with a dual-camera Yokogawa W1 spinning disk, 1000x magnification. 200x113 µm.

Philipp Dexheimer "Worms in Wonderland" (2020). Freshly hatched Caenorhabditis elegans larvae, with one single embryo that failed to develop in the very center, reflects upon life & death. DIC micrograph recorded on a Zeiss Axio Imager. Z2 equipped with a sCMOS camera. Variants of the image have been artificially colored using Photoshop. 400x400 µm per individual image.

Kathleen Miao (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital) "Beauty of the Brain" (2023). Digital paintings of brain imaging. 24x36 inches.

Claudia Mazo (Dublin City University) "Automatic Classification of Histological Images and Histological Knowledge Modelling of the Human Cardiovascular System" (2016). Microscope Leica DM750-M with 2048X1536 pixels of resolution and were stored in PNG format of the fundamental tissues of the cardiovascular system stained with H&E. 6.69x9.45 in.

Vaya K arapepera (G.H. of Ioannina),"Colorful Mind". Graphite pencils, oil paint and watercolor to the canvas, digital enhancements. 20x30.

Lagiou Areti (General hospital of Korinthos) "It came from outer space" (2024). Ink -different colors , image 60x70cm

Vaya Karapepera (G.H. of Ioannina), "Eternal Bloom". Oil paint and watercolor into the canvas. 50x60.

Kathleen Miao (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital) "Orchestra of Bodies and Spines" (2023). Digital paintings of body and spinal imaging. 24x36 inches.

Xiaomei Jiang (Xiaomei Biomedical Art) "The beginning of the life" (2018). Cloth, cotton, copper, agate, pearl. Traditional Chinese intangible cultural heritage techniques named as "Pankou" to hand made the artwork.

Mohanad Alkhodari (University of Oxford) "IA: (I)nsightful (A)spirations Towards Merging Human Knowledge with (A)rtificial (I)ntelligence in Cardiology" (2024). Pencil drawing, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. 1920x1080

Eleni Danesi (LatoMeio Project), "InterSp[æ]c(i)es: Anatomies of Imaginaries" (2024). Image mixing, digital collage, AI. 50x160cm

Eleni Danesi (LatoMeio Project), "InterSp[æ]c(i)es: Anatomies of Imaginaries" (2024). Image mixing, digital collage, AI. 50x160cm