Keri Leigh Jones received her Bachelor of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology and Master of Science in Medical Illustration from Augusta University. Throughout her education, she learned extensive anatomy, histology, development, and pathology that equips her to create high-quality visuals for a variety of medical clientele. Teaching and tutoring anatomy gave her the opportunity to reinforce and share her knowledge. She received extensive training in a variety of techniques allowing her to produce a variety of products for healthcare needs. She lives in Augusta, Georgia and is working towards obtaining her CMI certification. She is a member of the Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI). For Keri, medical illustration blends her two loves of art and biology. Her life-long passion gives her intense drive to create engaging imagery that accurately depicts how life works at all levels, from molecule to organism.

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Digital Media

  • Adobe Photoshop

  • Adobe Illustrator

  • Adobe Animate

  • Adobe After Effects

  • Adobe InDesign

  • Maxon Cinema 4D

  • OsiriX/Horos

  • Microsoft Office

Traditional Media

  • Graphite

  • Charcoal

  • Oil

  • Acrylic

  • Carbon dust

  • Pastel

  • Colored pencil

  • Watercolor

  • Pen & ink

Laboratory techniques

  • Dissection

  • Suturing

  • Cell tissue culture

  • Immunohistochemistry

  • Aseptic technique

  • Light microscopy

  • Fluorescent microscopy

  • Pipetting 

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Honors and Awards

  • Vesalius Trust Scholar 2020

  • Outstanding Senior Award 2017 

  • Academic Achievement Award 2017

  • TriBeta National Honor Society 

  • Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society

  • Zell Miller Scholarship 

  • ADP Scholarship

  • Academic Dean’s List

Fun Facts:

  • I love dachshunds. To see my dog's adventures, follow us on Instagram @kerileigh22

  • I love the color purple. 

  • Christmas and winter are my absolute favorite times of the year.

  • I collect rocks, gems, and minerals. 

  • I illustrated a children's book, "The Trouble with Bumble D.," when I was 10 years old. 

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