The University of Illinois Chicago BVIS program recently interviewed our Co-Founder Mike Moran for their alumni feature.


Mike shares how the graduate program shaped his career path, industry insights he gained along the way, the genesis of Newt Studios with Alexey Kashpersky, and hazy memories of embalming fluid fumes from Gross Anatomy dissection. 


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The Biomedical Visualization graduate program at the UIC College of Applied Health Sciences was founded in 1921 and offers a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Visualization – shaping leaders in visual communication who create, disseminate and advance knowledge in the life sciences, healthcare, and medicine. Students become highly-skilled science visualization specialists in medical illustration, animation, interactive media, gaming, haptics, and virtual and augmented reality – working on the frontiers of discovery.


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