Wall, S. Forthcoming in 2015. Comics in clinical education. In Keeping Reflection Fresh: Top Educators Share Their Innovations in Health Professional Education. Edited by Allan Peterkin and Pamela Brett-MacLean. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, Literature and Medicine Series.
Sappol, M. and S. Wall. 2014. My quest for health. Health Humanities Reader. Edited by Therese Jones, Delese Wear, and Lester D. Friedman. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP.
Di Noto, P., L. Newman, S. Wall, G. Einstein. 2012. The hermunculus: What is known about the representation of the female body in the brain? Cerebral Cortex. Advance Access published April 17, 2012, doi:10:1093/cercor/bhs005.
McBurney, W. and S. Wall. 2011. Home Sick: Parkinson’s in image and verse. Ars Medica: A Journal of Medicine, the Arts, and Humanities 8(1): 9-15.
Wall, S. 2011. Stratégies visuelles narratives dans les illustrations médicales et scientifiques/Visual narrative strategies in medical and scientific illustration. In Du reel à l’image/Reality Through Image (conference proceedings). Strasbourg, France: Faculté de Médecine de Strasbourg.
Wall, S. 2010. Humane images: Visual rhetoric in depictions of atypical genital anatomy and sex differentiation. Medical Humanities 36(2): 80-83.
Wall, S. 2010. Mid-twentieth-century anatomical transparencies and the depiction of three-dimensional form. Clinical Anatomy 23: 915-921.
Polk, J. and S. Wall. 2010. Nancy Grahame Joy: Envisioning our future. Journal of Biocommunication 35(3): E67-E73.
Wall, S. 2009. The view from inside: Gendered embodiment and the medical representation of sex. In Critical Interventions in the Ethics of Healthcare. Edited by Stuart J. Murray and Dave Holmes. London: Ashgate.
Wall, S. 2009. Visualizing sexual differentiation: The rhetoric of diagrams. In Graphing genes, cells and embryos: Cultures of seeing 3D and beyond (proceedings). Edited by Sabine Brauckmann, Christina Brandt and Denis Thieffry. Berlin: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.
Wall, S., M. J. Wiley, B. J. Neilson, J. Jenkinson, G. Tait, and D.J. Bägli. 2008. Designing a web-based clinical counseling tool about disorders of sex development. Journal of Biocommunication 34(1): E12-E17.
Cheng, A., L. Wilson-Pauwels, D. Mazierski, and S. Wall. 2008. Using the principles of interactive cartography to communicate the mechanisms of migraine pain. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 31(3): 103-109.
Agur, A., S. Wall, S.G. Gilbert, and D. Mazierski. 2004. An interactive, digital model of the thorax, abdomen, and muscles of the upper and lower limbs for use in undergraduate teaching (abstract). Clinical Anatomy 17:589.