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Howard Bartner, an NIH medical illustrator, devoted 40 years to portraying human anatomy in his drawings.
Santiago Ramón y Cajal was the first to describe the nervous system, including neurons, in exquisite detail. His original drawings, as well as information about current NIH neuroscience, are on exhibit in NIH Building 35, the Porter Neuroscience Center.
A collection of 24 medical posters drawn by artists at the NIH, representing topics from arthritis to women's health.