Nicole Wolf is a medical illustrator/animator who provides creative solutions for all types of medical and scientific art.
She has experience in illustration, design and creation of interactives,as well as 2D & 3D animation and web development.
Additionally, she creates lectures, posters and support materials for the scientific community.
Nicole received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Genetics, Cellular and Molecular Biology from Dartmouth College in 1999
and worked in medical and scientific research labs in her post-graduate years. During this time, Nicole began pursuing
a career as a medical artist. She took a wide variety of traditional art classes, and in the fall of 2005, entered one of
only a handful of accredited programs for medical artists at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Nicole received a Master's of Science in Biomedical Visualization in 2007 and was a human gross anatomy
teaching assistant. Her master's research project, Computer-Assisted Instruction: A novel method for surgical clerks,
combined web development, illustration, and interactive teaching modules to enrich the educational experience
of third year medical students.
Currently, Nicole is living and working in Manchester, NH as a freelancing artist. Recent significant projects include
design, development and execution of interacitves for The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS)
2009 Annual Meeting and The Boston Herald newspaper.