Video - MedSculp Projects & Collaborations
MedSculp will soon be migrating to MedSculp.com
What we do:
MedSculp empowers people living with, or at risk for, chronic illness with data driven educational artwork that empowers patients who struggle with traditional medical language to take ownership of their health.
Who we are:
Justus Harris - Founder
Creative Director Artist and Technologist (type 1 diabetes for 14 years).
Elizabeth Littlejohn, MD - Medical Advisor
Pediatric Endocrinologist & Researcher, Sparrow Medical Group (newly joined), Formerly with University of Chicago Medical Center’s Kovler Diabetes Center.
Mario Alberico - Business Advisor
Managing Director at Accenture (13 years), SVP Chicago Mercantile Exchange, VP at Reuters (9 years), Person with Diabetes.
Colin Reid, MEng - Front end developer / Bioinformatics
Scientific Support Analyst at The University of Chicago
How we do it:
The original MedSculp product is the Diabetes Data Sculpture, which transforms thousands of data points from Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGM) over a one month period into a concise digital visualization that can be viewed digitally or held as a 3D-printed object in the palm of your hand.
Diabetes Data Sculptures show clinically relevant blood glucose trends through color, form, and texture so that patients can understand their health over time without having to grasp complicated charts and numbers.
Who we work with:
MedSculp works with diabetes centers, camps, health and public organizations by providing scalable interactive content that demonstrates key diabetes concepts and personal health data.
Events & News
Medium Article on MedSculp published by John. F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
MedSculp in residence at mHUB, Chicago's premiere prototyping center.
MedSculp wins Make/Work creative venture challenge at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Livongo Health Presentation on Diabetes Data Sculptures
Interview on Diabetes Data Sculptures with Amy T for DiabetesMine
Recent coverage from D-Data ExChange at Stanford
Medscape Article on Diabetes Data Sculptures
Artist, Technologist, & Educator