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Christopher Smith

  • Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
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Research interests

Medical ImagingVertebrate PaleontologyEvolutionary BiologyAnatomy

About

Christopher Smith is currently the Academic Medical Illustrator at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He contributes to research and illustrations in a variety of biomedical fields. His main focus is on the evolutionary and developmental biology of vertebrate anatomy. Current projects deal with anatomical networks and modularity in birth defects, 3D modeling and animation of embryological development, and illustrations teaching surgical techniques for craniofacial abnormalities.

Co-authors (26)

Publications (5)

  • Extracellular matrix motion and early morphogenesis

    • Loganathan R
    • Rongish B
    • Smith C
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  • MAGI-1 interacts with nephrin to maintain slit diaphragm structure through enhanced rap1 activation in podocytes

    • Ni J
    • Bao S
    • Johnson R
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  • Anatomical network comparison of human upper and lower, newborn and adult, and normal and abnormal limbs, with notes on development, pathology and limb serial homology vs. Homoplasy

    • Diogo R
    • Esteve-Altava B
    • Smith C
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  • Anatomical networks reveal the musculoskeletal modularity of the human head

    • Esteve-Altava B
    • Diogo R
    • Smith C
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  • Evolutionary developmental pathology and anthropology: A new field linking development, comparative anatomy, human evolution, morphological variations and defects, and medicine

    • Diogo R
    • Smith C
    • Ziermann J
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Professional experience

Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai

Education

Master of Arts in Medical Illustration

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

August 2012 - May 2014(2 years)