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Anne Mathias, CMI


Anne S. Mathias, CMI has spent more than two decades as an illustrative service provider for the medical-legal industry, researching and producing thousands of case-winning exhibits throughout the US. She understands the subtle art of data extrapolation, utilizing salient details from voluminous medical records to create striking visuals. She has collaborated with attorneys, medical professionals and authors to help them visualize their objectives through compelling artwork that reinforces their presentations. In addition to her extensive medical-legal experience, Anne has also illustrated several books, including John Grisham’s, “The Tumor.” She holds a BFA in Medical Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology and maintains a board-certification from the Association of Medical Illustrators.

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Mindfulness, Grief, and Medical Illustrations

An Incredible Opportunity On June 3rd, our multi-faceted leader, Ronald Mathias, added “podcast guest” to his repertoire. As an avid podcast listener, he enthusiastically accepted the invitation to be featured on the Mindfulness & Grief podcast. Podcast host, Heather Stang, sat down with Ron to elaborate on the unlikely relationship between medical illustrations and processing […]

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