Artists Among Us (continued)

The arts enrich our lives in so many ways, providing paths for creative expression, helping us to connect with each other and serving as an outlet for stress. Here, a handful of Cincinnati Children's colleagues reveal their artistic talents, what art means to them and how it serves an important purpose in their lives.

Emily Miraldi, PhD, assistant professor, Immunobiology and Biomedical Informatics

Tamara Tilburgs, PhD, assistant professor, Immunobiology, Inflammation and Tolerance

Gina Roell, art therapist, Child Life & Integrative Care

Ben Walz, business development manager, Medical Vigilance Solutions

Nico‚Äčle Polara, MT-BC, music therapist, Child Life & Integrative Care

Jewel Sisk, administrative assistant, Cincinnati Drug & Poison Information Center

Bethany Rice, MT-BC, music therapist, Child Life & Integrative Care

Krishna Roskin, PhD, assistant professor, Biomedical Informatics and Immunobiology

Kristen Ney, MA, MT-BC, music therapist, Child Life & Integrative Care

Anna Diederichs, creative director, Marketing and Communications

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