TINA PAVLATOS

As a Medical Illustrator located in the beautiful woods of Ohio, I specialize in creating medical art for books, medical journals, websites, charts, diagrams and patient education materials.  Over the last 20 years my clients have included: doctors, large and small publishing companies, PR firms and hospitals all over the country.  See below for a list of current and past clients.

I love the challenge of creating informative, understandable and accurate illustrations from a collection of medical data. My illustrations are digitally created in color or black and white. I can offer illustration and design solutions for any size budget and price is always disclosed before any work begins.

I also love creating logos to reflect the unique nature of a business or its owner. Logos don’t have to be boring, generic or expensive. 

I am a professional member of the Association of Medical Illustrators. I also work to improve the lives of women and children in my community through my involvement in Zonta and Womenade. 

Contact me today about your next medical illustration project. 


Current and Past Clients:

Elsevier-“Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics”

Dr. Mike Schoenberg- “The Little Black Book of Neuropsychology”

Kelly McGonigal- “The Willpower Instinct”

Dr. Paul Nussbaum- “Save Your Brain”

JEMS magazine

Wisconsin Children’s Hospital

Kettering Medical Center Physical Therapy Department

Dr Neravetla- “Salt Kills”

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins Publishing

American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine

Dr Suber Huang-ophthalmologist at the Retina Center of Ohio

Dungan & LeFevre

EPS-Electronic Publishing Services

Dr Ajijola- UCLA Medical Center

Jamed Blank DDS

Cronicle

Joint and Spine Program of Greater Dayton

Newbridge Publishing

Marketing Dynamics

James Geisenfeld Law Office

Dr. Syed- Springfield Regional Medical Center

Marge Gadd


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More samples of my recent projects: Medical Illustration Source Book

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