The Isaac Thomsen Lab
Dr. Thomsen is a medicine/pediatrics trained physician with advanced training in pediatric infectious diseases and clinical research (MSCI). His work focuses on defining the humoral response to staphylococcal infections in children and adults, evaluating best management strategies for pediatric osteomyelitis, and leading clinical trials of new vaccines and therapeutics. He also contributes significantly to the vaccine safety mission of the VVRP, serving as a subject matter expert and co-investigator in the CDC-sponsored Clinical Immunization Safety Assessment (CISA) network.
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Art is many things: a form of self-expression, a way of communication, a palette for something ethereal or beautiful.
As Fred Bernard once said, "A picture is worth a thousand words". Through art, people can communicate what language cannot.
Each stroke of my pencil, each sketch, each piece, is created to translate the convoluted thoughts constantly warring in my mind into reality. I create because I must, my mind and body dictates it so.
My art is for my own, but I hope that by sharing my creations, I can move other minds into motion, inspire others and uplift them, and maybe even help the world become a little better one person by one.