OLÁ, I'M DIOGO!
I'm a Lisbon-based medical illustrator, with a background in veterinary medicine.
Having worked as a veterinarian & researcher, I realised how poor the investment in visual scientific materials still is.
Science is about communicating our findings, so we need to start speaking louder and better. My scientific background is essential to understand the topics & translate ideas efficiently, while developing new and original figures.
Freelance medical illustrator
Medical illustrator (Part-time)
at the Graphic Department of the VetSuisse Faculty, Zürich, Switzerland
at the Institute of Parasitology, VetSuisse Faculty, Zürich, Switzerland
at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Lisbon, Portugal
/ 2019 / Innovation Award at Prémios Veterinária Atual 2019, organised by Veterinária Atual Magazine. Read news here
INTERVIEWS & FEATURES
Here are some moments when I had the pleasure to speak about my work:
/ 2019 / Biocomm Hive (former Medical Art Digital Studio), Instagram collective of medical artists.
/ 2017 / Radio Latina, Portuguese radio station in Luxembourg, section "Portugal 21st Century".
/ 2017 / Scientificus, project focused on scientific culture and bringing science and general public together. Read article about Cell Division Animation here (in PT)
/ 2017 / Veterinária Atual, veterinary medicine magazine. Read interview about the Cranial Nerves Poster here (in PT)
/ 2017 / NOS Casos de Sucesso, from a series
of interviews on entrepreneurship and successful businesses in Portugal. Read interview here (in PT)
/ 2016 / Veterinária Atual, veterinary medicine magazine. Read interview here (in PT)
/ 2015 / Sciencemotionology, platform promoting
scientific animation, illustration and visual communication. Read interview here (in EN)
/ 2014 / P3 newspaper. Read interview here (in PT)
/ 2014 / Ciência 2.0, science communication platform developed the the University of Oporto. Read interview here (in PT)
I collaborate with researchers worldwide with varied backgrounds from veterinary medicine to microbiology and human medicine.