Medical Animation

Medical Animation

Mechanism of Action (MOA) 3D medical animations depict the inner workings of biologic systems. The events that take place inside of cells are nearly invisible to all forms of visual analysis. MOA’s play an important role in continuing medical education. They bring to life new ideas about medical discoveries by using 3D animated characters of proteins and molecules. 3D animation is a familiar medium appreciated by people of all ages and educational backgrounds. You see examples of medical animations across a variety of industries. Pharmaceutical and biotech, personal injury and medical malpractice were early adopters. People love science and compelling stories. Medical animations can be seen in educational programming found on television, captured on the silver screen inside movie theaters and inside the apps of smartphones. These narratives are tickle the imagination of the next generation of thinkers and thought provokers. At Biologic Animation, we are thrilled at each new opportunity to tell a scientific story.

You can see examples of medical animations across a variety of industries. Pharmaceutical and biotech, personal injury and medical malpractice were early adopters. People love science and compelling stories. Medical animations can be seen in educational programming found on television, captured on the silver screen inside movie theaters and inside the apps of smartphones. These narratives are tickle the imagination of the next generation of thinkers and thought provokers. At Biologic Animation, we are thrilled at each new opportunity to tell a scientific story.

3D Animation Specialists

3D animation specialists like Biologic Animation play an integral role in medical communications. Depicting physiological processes and the mechanisms of dysfunction that cause disease can be difficult to both conceptualize and depict. This can be even more compounded when creating a 3D animation depicting those cause-effect situations by the complexities of creating 3D animation. In the instance of sickle cell anemia, 3D animators must understand both the structural changes that happen to red blood cells, but also how that structure impacts flow through blood vessels. Mastery of 3D animation skills are required to communicate how these minute changes to tissue impact a person’s health.

We work with large medical marketing agencies, pharmaceutical companies, and research institutes to research their biomedical story, write a compelling scientific script, translate into storyboards, and bring to life through 3D animation. We’ll then work with customers to effectively deploy their custom medical animations in a variety of medium. When our scientist clients contact us, they know they are working with a fellow scientist. When our marketing clients need a medically accurate 3D animation for a tradeshow next month, they know they are working with a creative executive trained in delivering on a tight deadline.

Medical and Scientific Professionals

Medical animations require a special blend of both affinity for scientific communication as well a professional grasp of cutting-edge visual effects. Most studios rely on large productions teams to manage disparate skill sets. This can spiral costs for even the shortest animations. At Biologic Animation, medical animators are trained to combine these specializations with a single narrative focus.

Medical animators are trained in human anatomy, pathophysiology, histology and molecular biology. This allows our animators to accelerate performance, alleviating the time delays that occur when animator’s without a medical background are forced to confirm their ideas about a product’s mechanism of action with a Medical Director. The professional medical animators at Biologic Animation side step those production issues relying on their academic backgrounds and grasp of medical science.

Client Experience

  • Mastery of product messaging
  • Collaboration with professional medical animator
  • On-time delivery
  • Award-winning cinematic medical storytelling


 Video Archive

T cells and Red blood cells HIV Viral Inhibitiors (2/14/2017) by admin - Mechanism of Disease 3D Animation This 3D animation depicts the various mechanisms of viral infection when a person becomes infected by the human immunodeficiency virus.
Biologic Animation, Molecular Visualization, Medical Animation CogRx: Hope on the Horizon (11/25/2014) by admin - Hope on the Horizon is a 3D MOA medical animation depicting new theories about biochemical mechanism of disease and treatment of Alzheimer's Disease. 3D Medical Animation Macro-molecular structures brought to life This is an animation created for CogRx, a small biotech startup in Pittsburgh. This was an exciting project that brought to life the protein structures CogRx is currently investigating. Read More
Biologic Animation, Molecular Visualization, Medical Animation Zaltrap MOA Medical Animation (6/30/2013) by admin - Depicting dynamic macro-molecular structures is an exciting part of our storytelling process. See some examples of this in our Zaltrap MOA Medical Animation. Mechanism of Action 3D Animation Early on in our creative briefings, it became clear their scientists wanted to communicate the high performance nature of their product. To showcase this performance and sophistication, we harnessed the protein utilized to create Read More
Biologic Animation, Molecular Visualization, Medical Animation Finding the Origins of Life (9/6/2012) by admin - In the summer of 2009, we had the chance to work with the National Geographic Channel's television series Naked Science on their show, Finding the Origins of Life. The project came to me after have been passed through the hands of a different animation studio that struggled at understanding DNA replication. Production of the animations was behind schedule and in need of Read More

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