|Checkout my new UCSF lab website mesoscope.org|
Click to buy Amino Acid Bead Jewelry
custom made by Jon Huntoon and me
|2011 NSF Scientific Visualization Challenge
1st place video catetory with A Noske & B Marsh
|Buy our textbook Cell Biology|
|My YouTube channel shows quick experiments with 3D software.
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|Want to run a molecular viewer directly inside of Cinema4D, Blender or Maya? Click here to download ePMV (its free)!|
Graham Johnson, PhD, is a Certified Medical Illustrator with 14 years of professional experience. He has specialized in molecular and cellular biology since graduating from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1997 with a masters degree in Medical and Scientific Illustration. He illustrated the textbook Cell Biology along with all other visuals on this website. Graham currently lives San Francisco and works as a qb3@UCSF Faculty Fellow at the University of California, San Francisco in Genentech Hall. More information and a CV can be found on the News & Info page.
My address often confuses clients, friends, and family. Since 2008, I've lived in an Airstream travel trailer, roaming the streets, just a few block from the Pacific Ocean. I own a condo in Boulder, CO, but abandoned it
to renters when I matriculated at Scripps in 2005. Since Nov. 15, 2000, a mail-forwarding company in Texas has collected all of my mail. They ship it to where ever I live on a weekly basis. As of 2012, I live in San Francisco.
May 2013- I will speak at VIVID Sydney with Drew Berry
May 2013- Checkout the new projects starting in my mesoscope lab in qb3@UCSF (& follow projects we continue to develop with MGL).
Feb 2012– Won 1st place for prototyping Brad Marsh's data simplification concept that makes beautiful organic cell models easier to study.
Dec 2011– Lazy Picassa portfolio of my cover art an experiments posted on this site.
June 2011– I've posted my first public animation to describe my AutoFill software.
March 2010– ePMV runs molecular graphics in C4D, Blender, and MAYA... download it for free.
I've posted a few articles including my '06 NPR interview on my otherwise unfinished News page.
YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/grahamj21