Museum Vrolik

This summer I paid a visit to the Vrolik Museum in Amsterdam, an anatomy museum with a vast collection of specimens. I love this museum and highly recommend a visit when you are in the neighbourhood. It is located at the AMC academic hospital south of the city centre, just a short ride on the metro. I made some drawings of interesting specimens:

Colon, and heads of twins.
Spina bifida, and acrania.
Cyclopia.
Sirenomelia.
Cyclopia.

By alexvanderwateren

I studied biomedical sciences and researched molecular origins of Parkinson's disease for my PhD. Since graduation, I have worked as a science writer, technical author, and medical writer. In my spare time I enjoy writing, illustration, crafts, reading, and travelling.