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With over 30 years professional practice in medical illustration and graphic design our in-house designer, Philip Ball brings a wealth of experience in the production of high quality illustration for publication and presentation. 

Based in the Clinical School on the Addenbrooke’s Campus since 1989 and having spent a further 10 years managing the University’s Photography and Illustration Service, Philip is now based in University Information Services at the Roger Needham Building on the West Cambridge site. 

Philip is available for consultation and production of presentation infographics, diagrams and highly detailed illustration material for international press and publication. 

Please contact him via email on either: pmb1000@cam.ac.uk or comms@uis.cam.ac.uk, or telephone on (3)34393 

Payment is via departmental purchase order made payable to:

Information Services
Roger Needham Building
7 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 0RB

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