Veronica Falconieri – Principal, Illustrator and Animator
Veronica Falconieri is a biomedical illustrator and animator specializing in medical, molecular, cellular, and biological visualization.
Veronica is Falconieri Visual’s primary animator and illustrator, providing engaging visuals and molecular visualization expertise for her clients. She also collaborates with researchers in the Subramaniam Lab, and is a published author in several journals including Science and Cell. Her images and animations have been featured in over 20 media and news publications since 2015.
Veronica specializes in molecular and cellular visualization. Her research experience provides exceptional knowledge of protein structure and understanding complex molecular subject matter. This is complemented by her broad range of scientific expertise, including anatomy, pathology, histology, and physiology.
Veronica was the first ever Art as Applied to Medicine graduate student to be awarded the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Drescher Award for Graduate Research. She was also one of two recipients of the 2013 Frank H. Netter MD Memorial Scholarship for Medical Art.
In 2014, The Vesalius Trust awarded Veronica the Alan Cole Scholarship for her thesis entitled The Molecular Mechanism of HIV Entry.
Veronica graduated from the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in May, 2014. She studied biology and art at Smith College and graduated magna cum laude with highest honors in 2012.