"Images such as those on the Nucleus Medical Art web site are not readily available online or through other sources. If they were free to use, I would use about 10 each year in news stories televised on campus."
- Brad Driver
- University of Akron, Akron, OH
"The Nucleus medical images are very clear and beautiful. If they were free, I would use about 40 of them in my lectures to students."
- Moshe Shachar
- Wingate Institute, Netania, Israel
"The Nucleus images are highly valuable in that they not only give you unique views of bones, arteries, veins, nerves and their relationships but also, very vividly, provide graphics with fractures or clinical complications that are common in the field. This is very valuable since most textbooks or atlases only show graphics of the body in perfect condition. If these images were free, I would use 15 per year in PowerPoint presentations for case studies presented in Gross Anatomy class, Physiology, Embroylogy, etc. for the Doctorate in Dentistry program and in Medical school."
- Jorge Rojas, Student
- Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA
"If the images on your web site were free, I would use 10-20 of them each year in research presentations at scientific conferences, and for classroom presentations to undergraduate and graduate students. Nucleus medical images provide excellent detail and show complex medical procedures that are often not documented anywhere else."
- Scott Davis, PhD
- Texas Health Resources, Arlington, TX
"If the Nucleus medical images were free, I would use 2-5 per year for assigned presentations or projects presented to peers in a classroom setting. Diagrams, photographs, and other visuals always enhance a presentation and promote better understanding of the topic, disorder, or information being given."
- Kathleen Burns
- Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ