Anika Mahajan Art
This is the logo I designed for my lab. It contains intestinal epithelial cells and intraepithelial lymphocytes, which the lab studies.
Betty Barnett Art
Logo for the Tyska Lab, featuring parts of an intestinal cell.
Made using recycled paper materials.
Brigitte Jia Art
Representation of some of the organ systems involved in hypertension, alongside outlines of T-cells and a blood pressure sphygmomanometer.
Debbie Wang Art
These are the two logo designs that I created for the Ascano lab, each in three different color schemes. Both logos highlight the Acano lab's research focus -- the impact of viral infection on RNA-binding protein expression. Although based in biology, both logos are creatively designed with bold patterns and unique shoutouts. All DNA and RNA bases, for example, follow the conventional color scheme; however, both logos incorporate references to Nashville. The RNA strand on the left - designed to mirror a tangle of Christmas lights - include a G note in place of its m7G cap, as an homage to the music city. The RNA strand on the right includes hair pin structures shaped into the Nashville skyline. Through these logos, I hope to convey the interdisciplinary use of art in science.
Eddie Qian Art
Justin Yu Art
This is a logo created for the Karijolich Lab. It includes a dark bar running through its center that is supposed to represent the black resin tops of lab benches. As seen in the logo, lab equipment commonly used in biomedical laboratories sits on top of this black bar. In the lower half, the "o" in Karijolich has been replaced with an icosahedron containing dsDNA, a representation of the Kaposi's Sarcoma-associated Virus, an important focus for the Karijolich Lab. Arrayed around the letters are a number of viral RNA structures that the lab studies as well.
Katelyn Schumacher Art
Logo for the Cassat Lab to represent the laboratory's focus on osteomyelitis research. Depicts principles that are foundational to osteoclast resorption/osteoblast repair processes, while utilizing Vanderbilt Colors.
Kritika Bisht Art
This artwork was created to be a logo for the urology-nephrology-hematology teaching grant. It depicts the three branches working together to promote training, mentorship, and collaboration in the form of a happy blood drop. The hematology is represented by the blood drop, nephrology is represented by the lungs, and urology is shown attached to the lungs.
Lynette Butron Art
This is a rendering of an MRI scan that replaces the hemispheres of the brain with Cryptococcus spores. This relates to Cryptococcus' connection with meningitis.
Lynette Butron Art
This image replaces human lungs with Cryptococcus spores.
Martina D’Orso Art
The logo I created for Dr. Madhur’s lab is a sleek, contemporary logo that reflects all of their areas of studies combined with the words “Madhur Lab” to easily convey the name and meaning of the lab.
Rebecca Arp Art