Depicting the body: Culture and practice. Annual Meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators. Cleveland, Ohio, 25 July 2015.
The chronotope of eldercare in Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? and Special Exits. Comics and Medicine 2015: Spaces of Care, University of California Riverside, Riverside, California, 18 July 2015.
Depictions of eldercare in graphic medicine. O.A. Parkes Symposium & International Student Conference. Georgia Regents University, Augusta, Georgia, 14 March 2015.
Drawing (on) life experience: Reading and creating comics as a reflective practice in medical education. The Narrative Bridge: Connecting Through the Health Humanities (conference), Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, February 24, 2014.
Just picture it: Medical illustration and diagnostic imagery in graphic medicine. Ethics Undercover: Comics, Medicine, and Society conference, Brighton & Sussex Medical School, Brighton, UK, July 6, 2013.
Comics and medicine: Surveying an emerging field. Tri-campus exchange, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Art as Applied to Medicine. Baltimore, MD, April 19, 2013.
Shaping the intersex body: the ethical dimension of anatomical illustration. Picturing Health and Medicine colloquium, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, April 17, 2013.
Shaping the intersex body. Sensualising Deformity conference, University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland, June 15-16, 2012.
Visual narrative strategies in medical and scientific illustration. Association Européenne des Illustrateurs Médicaux et Scientifiques Congress. Strasbourg, France, November 4, 2011.
Anatomical transparencies: Artistry and innovation. Annual meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators. Baltimore, MD, July 23, 2011.
What it’s like: Articulating Parkinson’s disease through visual narrative. Comics & Medicine: The Sequential Art of Illness conference, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Chicago, IL, June 11, 2011.
Pub(l)ic identities: Reading medical representations of sex. Public lecture, Observatory gallery and event space. Brooklyn, NY, May 28, 2011.
Health literacy: Opportunities and challenges for biomedical communicators. Panel presentation, annual meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators. Portland, OR, July 31, 2010 (organizer; with J. Jenkinson, W. Hiller Gee and S. Seif).
Medical illustration and the cultural imaginary: A practitioner’s perspective. Science and Technology Studies @ York Research Seminar series, York University. Toronto, Ontario, November 10, 2009.
The art and technology of anatomical transparencies. Association Européenne des Illustrateurs Médicaux et Scientifiques Congress. Milan, Italy, November 6, 2009.
Drawn from death: Maternal and fetal corpses in 18th-century obstetrical atlases. The Iconography of Death: The John Douglas Taylor Conference, McMaster University. Hamilton, ON, October 25, 2008.
Biomedical Communications: Exploring the visual communication of science and medicine. Education Affairs Symposium, 25th Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. Toronto, ON, July 16, 2008 (with L. Wilson-Pauwels [organizer], N. Woolridge, J. Jenkinson, M. Dryer).
Difference engines: Using Flash programming to visualize the hormone cascade leading to sex differentiation and its variants in the embryo. Cultures of Seeing 3D and Beyond conference. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. Berlin, Germany, June 13, 2008.
Cross-cultural considerations in illustrating female anatomy. Medicine and creativity: How do practitioners contribute to creative approaches to global health? 6th Annual Global Health Research Conference – Convergence of Art and Science: Global Health Perspectives. Toronto, ON, June 3, 2008 (with G. Einstein).
Gendered embodiment and the medical representation of sex. Health Care, Technology, and Place: CIHR Strategic Research and Training – Annual Interdisciplinary Workshop. Toronto, May 2, 2008.
Picturing “normal”: Can conventions in medical illustration influence attitudes toward DSD? From Gene to Gender: 2nd International Symposium on Disorders of Sex Development (DSD). Luebeck, Germany, September 1, 2006.
Drawing distinctions: Designing and illustrating an online clinical counselling tool for the families of children with intersex conditions. Health Care, Technology, and Place: CIHR Strategic Research and Training – Annual Interdisciplinary Workshop. Toronto, ON, 2005.
Framing intersex: Creating a web-based clinical counselling tool about urogenital disorders. Annual meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators, Cleveland, OH, July 31, 2004.