Anneliese Lilienthal

Doctoral Student in the project CARE-WORKS (Caregiving & Aging Reimagined for Europe – Work fOr Respect, Knowledge, and Sustainability).

Anneliese Lilienthal

Project coordinator

Doctoral Student in the project CARE-WORKS (Caregiving & Aging Reimagined for Europe – Work fOr Respect, Knowledge, and Sustainability).

Education

MSc in Global Health, 2012 – 2013. Karolinska institutet. Sweden. Thesis: Exploring the perceptions of Somali immigrants in Sweden on visual media for health communications.

Certificate, Infographics and Data Visualization,  2013. Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. MOOC. 

MSc in Medical Illustration, 2006 – 2008. Georgia Regents University (Formerly, the Medical College of Georgia). USA. Thesis: Understanding LEEP (Loop Electrode Excision Procedure): Familiarizing indigenous women in Peru with a medical procedure they will undergo for prevention of cervical cancer.

Certificate, Business Bridge Program. 2005. The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. 

Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, with minor studies in biology and music. 2001 – 2005. Mount Holyoke College. USA. Magna Cum Laude with honors in biology.  Thesis: The art of biology: Exploring and illustrating the hindlimb morphology of the marine toad, Bufo marinus.

Academic honours, awards and prizes

Global Swede Nominee 2013 - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs & The Swedish Institute. "The distinction is awarded to international students who are considered ‘good ambassadors for their university and for Sweden’, and have shown academic creativity, entrepreneurship or innovation."


Full Tuition Scholarship Recipient - Friends of Karolinska Institutet. 2012.                                                                                          

Study Scholarship - 
SWEA (Swedish Women’s Education Association), Boston Chapter. 2012.

Certified Medical Illustrator (CMI)The Board of Certification of Medical Illustrators (BCMI). April 2011.

Vesalian ScholarThe Vesalius Trust for Visual Communications in the Health Sciences. February 2008. For the research and development of the masters thesis, Understanding LEEP (Loop Electrode Excision Procedure): Familiarizing indigenous women in Peru with a medical procedure they will undergo for prevention of cervical cancer.

The Stenstrom Award of Excellence - 
Student Scientific & Medical Illustration Exhibition, Univ. of Georgia. March 2008.  Awarded for an illustrated poster, The Erythrocyte: A Closer Look

Honoree, 
Alpha Upsilon Phi - (Service Honor Society), Medical College of Georgia. May 2008.

 Elected Associate Member, 
Sigma Xi - (The Scientific Research Society), Mount Holyoke College. 2005.

School of Graduate Studies Alumni Association Scholarship - Medical College of Georgia Alumni Association. 2007.

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