Jennifer Gentry

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Jennifer Gentry
Associate Teaching Professor
Drawing, digital integration, painting
gentryjn@wfu.edu
(336) 758-5283
Office: Scales Fine Arts Center 201C

About Jennifer Gentry is an Associate Teaching Professor at Wake Forest University and board certified medical illustrator. She teaches courses in drawing, design, painting, and digital integration. Her practice focuses on medical and scientific illustration for print and web publication, including surgery textbooks, medical journals, pharmaceutical and patient education, and medical devices. Her specialties include illustration for plastic surgery and breast reconstruction. Her experience includes prosthetic design and the development of a digital design process for customized soft- tissue breast prosthetics. Jennifer received her BA with Honors in Art from Wake Forest University and MA in medical illustration from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
CoursesART 232. Visualization of Ideas
ART 111. Studio Art Fundamentals
ART 113. Drawing with Digital Integration
ART 112. Painting 1
ART 212. Painting 2
ART 213. Painting 3
ART 295. Digital Painting Seminar
ART 114. Digital Art 1
ART 214. Digital Art 2
ART 224. Digital Art 3
ESE 100. Creativity and Innovation (for Minor in Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise)
Selected Published Illustration

•Vasconcelos R.M., et al. “Host-Microbiome Cross-talk in Oral Mucositis” Journal of Dental Research, vol. 95, no. 7, 2016, pp. 725-33.

•Losken, A. and M. Hamdi, Eds. (2016). Partial Breast Reconstruction: Techniques in Oncoplastic Surgery. 2nd ed., CRC Press.

•Chin, J.K., et al. “Essentials of our Current Understanding – Abdominal Wall Blocks” Journal of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.

•Bentz, M.L., B.S. Bauer, R.M., and Zuker, Eds. (2016). Principles and Practice of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. 2nd ed., CRC Press.

•Hall-Findlay, E.J., Shestak K.C. (2015). “Breast Reduction” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol. 136 no. 4 pp. 2015, 531e-44e.

•Fisher, J. and N. Handel (2014). Problems in Breast Surgery: A Repair Manual. St. Louis, Quality Medical Publishing, Inc.

•Pu, L.L., J. Levine and F.C. Wei (2013). Reconstructive Surgery of the Lower Extremity. St. Louis, Quality Medical Publishing, Inc.

•Parikh, M. and H.L. Pachter (2012).“Concepts in Splenic Surgery” Chassin’s Operative Strategy in General Surgery: An Expositive Atlas. Ed. C. Scott-Conner, 4th ed. New York, Springer.

•Zenn, M. and G.E. Jones (2012). Reconstructive Surgery: Anatomy, Technique, & Clinical Applications. St. Louis, Quality Medical Publishing, Inc.

•Isennock, M. and Grosel J. Journal cover and feature article for “Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis” Journal of the American Academy of Physicians Assistants, vol. 24, no. 1, 2011, pp. 22-7.

•Hall-Findlay, E.J. (2010). Aesthetic Breast Surgery, Concepts and Techniques. St. Louis, Quality Medical Publishing, Inc.

•Neal, J., Ed. (2009). “Upper Extremity Review” Journal of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.

•Losken, A. and M. Hamdi, Eds. (2009). Partial Breast Reconstruction: Techniques in Oncoplastic Surgery. St. Louis, Quality Medical Publishing.

•Grotting, J.C. (2007). Reoperative Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery. St. Louis, Quality Medical Publishing.

•Janis, J.E., Ed. (2007). Essentials of Plastic Surgery. St. Louis, Quality Medical Publishing.