Cochrane International Women’s Day 2022 Awardee

Honored to learn in March 2022 that I won, along with Abigail Morris, Cochrane’s International Women’s Day graphics contest with one of my pen and ink #sciart drawings representing flowing lines and critical movement.

My artwork will be featured on items such as a mug and tote bag in the Cochrane.org store.
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Cochrane US and Lifeology, a sci-art platform hosted an International Women’s Day themed #sciart challenge. The two winning designs have been selected and added to the Cochrane Store. Learn more about the meaning behind the two selected designs and who the artists are – and check out the Cochrane Store!

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Abigail Morris & Lina Cellante Three women from diverse backgrounds strike the “Break the Bias pose”. Each of the women are stacked on top of one another so their crossed arms form the crossings of a double helix. The rest of the DNA strands are filled with small science-themed doodles coloured in black.

Shauna Lee Lange ✳ This pen and ink piece has to do with the personal geographies of women navigating their own bodies, health science, and economic access within what seems at times like an ocean wave or radio wave of fluidity. It represents the collaborative of women, building on each other’s successes, and rising to higher peaks of understanding.

#sciencecommunication#scicom#IWD
Tiffany Gust Duque
Tufts Cochrane


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