November 2015: Kim Knoper’s artwork was placed on display at the New England Journal of Medicine’s editorial offices in Boston, Massachusetts. The pieces are titled; Function of a Cochlear Implant within the Ear, and Ewing’s Sarcoma and the Gift of Life.
July 2015: Kimberly Main Studios’ Kim Knoper and colleagues from the New England Journal of Medicine received an Award of Merit at the Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Salon for their creation of the interactive graphic Ebola Virus Disease – Current Knowledge. View the graphic.
July 2012: The 200th anniversary full-color poster series for the New England Journal of Medicine has received an Award of Excellence in Marketing and Promotion from the Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Salon. To download a copy of the posters, visit the 200th anniversary website.
May 2012: The Studio’s artwork was featured in the journal Nature (485, 372–375) for the article, Reach and grasp by people with tetraplegia using a neurally controlled robotic arm.
January 2012: The 200th anniversary full-color poster series for the New England Journal of Medicine has been printed, featuring Kim Knoper’s Vaccination poster. For more information about the New England Journal of Medicine’s 200th anniversary, or to download a copy of the poster, visit the 200th anniversary website.
July 2011: An illustration created by Kimberly Main Knoper is displayed in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine’s gallery show titled, “A Century of Medical Illustration”.
November 2010: Kimberly Main Studios’ Kim Knoper receives a MITX Interactive Award in eLearning for her work on the Interactive Medical Cases published by the New England Journal of Medicine.
“MITX Interactive Awards is the largest and most prestigious awards competition in the country for interactive and web innovations and celebrates the best creative accomplishments emerging from New England.” – MITX website
August 2010: Kimberly Main Studios completed a commissioned painting for Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan to honor Diane Rae Kent.
January 2010: Kimberly Main Studios participated in the gallery exhibition titled, “MultiMedia III: Alumni Invitational Celebrates Grand Valley State University’s 50th Anniversary”.