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About Juliana

Juliana is a professional scientific illustrator who graduated cum laude from Maastricht University and Zuyd Hogeschool’s dual two year Masters degree in Scientific Illustration.

Juliana’s illustrations focus on comparative anatomy between humans and other mammalian physiologies, biomimicry, and the procedures performed to research those topics.

Her illustrations have been printed in journals from The Journal of Comparative Biology, to The Journal of Animal Ecology, and the documentary Fort Comme Un Ours (Strong as a Bear).

Published Illustrations and Exhibitions

Activity Data as a Measure to Detect Birth Date in Svalbard Reindeer (To be Published)

The Life Cycle of the Spotted Salamander (Published on New Hampshire Public Radio’s program Something Wild)

Effects of Reproduction and Environmental Factors on Body Temperature and Activity Patterns of Free-ranging Wolverines (To be Published)

The Behavioral and Physiological Responses of Brown Bears to Experimental Hunts and Human Encounters (To be Published)

Hunting of Large Game with Lead-based Ammunition: A Case Study on How a Modern Society is Deliberately Poisoning Scavenging Wildlife (2018)

Fort Comme Un Ours —"The Superpower of Bears” Documentary Film with Le cinquième rêve (2018)

Handbook of Wildlife Chemical Immobilization, Sixth Edition (To be Published)

Bear in Mind: Illustrating Field Research on the Scandinavian Brown Bear and its Application to Human Disease Prevention (2018)

Havørn (The Sea Eagle) Book (2019 publication)

Biomedical Protocols for Free-ranging Brown Bears, Wolves, Wolverines and Lynx (To be Published)

Journal of Integrated and Comparative Anatomy: Social Aggression Experience, and Brain Gene Expression in a Subsocial Bee (2017)

Association Européenne des Illustrateurs Médicaux et Scientifiques (AEIMS) 26th Annual International Scientific Illustrators Exhibition (2017)

LECTURES

Visualizing Science: The Importance of Scientific Illustration in Reaching Broad Audiences about Climate Science (Given March, 2019 at the Scripps Oceanographic Institution)

Visualizing Science: The Importance of Scientific Illustration in Current Research (Given November, 2018 at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)

Visualizing Science: The Importance of Scientific Illustration in Current Research (Given November, 2018 at the Norwegian Institute of Nature Research)

From Brown Bears and Beyond: The Importance of Scientific Illustration in Current Research (Given November, 2018 at the Annual Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project Symposium)

Bear in Mind: Illustrating Field Research on the Scandinavian Brown Bear and its Application to Human Disease Prevention (Given June, 2018 at ZUYD University of Applied Sciences)

From Brown Bears and Beyond: The Importance of Scientific Illustration in Current Research (Given May, 2018 at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences)