Accurate digital models from medical imaging
Visualizations that explain complex information
3D printed shark denticle
From digital to tactile anatomy
Illustrations that spark curiosity
Shark photogrammetry
Life-like digital animal models
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Our Services

Model Design & Production

Turn your specimen photographs, medical imaging (CT/μCT/MRI), or idea into a digital or physical model for research, teaching, or outreach.

Research contracting

Accelerate your data collection, publication or grant submission timeline by instantly adding our anatomy and organismal biology experts to your team.

Grant partnerships

Leave fewer grants on the table by co-writing and co-submitting competitive grants with us to the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies.


Tell your science story with graphics prepared by experts in scientific illustration, data visualization, and 3D rendering.

Curriculum development

Transform your students’ educational experience from passive memorization to active, higher order learning using open-source resources and pedagogical best practices.

Science Outreach

Make an impact with your science by working with us to design and implement effective outreach in underserved schools or with the broader public.

3D Printing

Send your digital file and get a 3D printed model shipped to your door – no 3D printer maintenance or troubleshooting required.

Image Analysis & Segmentation

Send us your CT/μCT/MRI imaging and we’ll send you morphometric data or segmented digital meshes.

We’re your on-call anatomy experts.

What our clients say about us:

3D Printing

“I ordered 3-D printed bird bones from 3D Anatomy Studios and experienced a friendly and responsive team, fast turnaround, and very competitive pricing for a high-quality product. Thanks so much; I’ll be back with more orders!”

-Dr. Armita Manafzadeh

Research partnerships

“…They have been an invaluable partner in identifying and applying to commercialization-focused funding sources so that we can accelerate our research and development…. More than anything, they have been genuinely interested in our ideas and finding any means possible to make them a reality. I am excited to continue working with them and would highly recommend them as research partners.”

-Prof. Alejandro Rico-Guevara

Research contracting

“We interacted primarily with Aaron, who…was exceptionally responsive…and he really took the initiative to help us. He came up with creative solutions, including developing computational models and 3-d printing and casting silicone for physical models…3D Anatomy Studies would be a fantastic company to work with for any project focused on anatomy and physiology and I can’t recommend them enough!”

-Dr. Christopher Mayerl

Featured Products

Unique, expert-crafted products that celebrate the wonder of biology.

Meet the Team

Headshot of member Callie Crawford

Callie Crawford, PhD

Founding member

Headshot of member Kelly Diamond

Kelly Diamond, PhD

Founding member

Headshot of member Michael Fath

Michael Fath, MS

Founding member

Headshot of member Tim Sosa

Tim Sosa, PhD

Founding member

Latest News

Our Shop is Open!

We are thrilled that our Shop is officially open! In this April 2022 update we share more about the how and why of opening our online shop, why we tried but ultimately decided against using dropshipping, and how we decided on the most environmentally sustainable materials to use for creating and shipping our products.

The SBIR Gamble

We can’t believe it’s already been five months since we officially registered as 3D Anatomy Studios! In this March 2022 update post, we share what we've been up to for the past few months, including submitting our first NSF SBIR Phase I Proposal! Plus, something exciting to watch for in April!

What do ears have to do with balance?

There's a saying that cats always land on their feet. While not always the case, cats do have a remarkable ability to 'right themselves' midair. But the system that gives cats their sense of balance, the vestibular system, is similar to that in humans and is closely related to hearing. Simon and veterinarian Dr. Tanaka discuss how hearing and balance work and the close relationship between these two systems.

Why don’t humans have bones in their eyes?

Most vertebrates have an ocular skeleton, cartilage and bone embedded in the outer wall, or sclera, of the eye. However, most mammals, including humans do not. Rana and her aunt Iesha discuss how eyes work, the function of the ocular skeleton, and potential reasons why humans don't have one.