Bruce Blausen is the founder of Houston-based Blausen Medical, developer and owner of the world’s largest library of 3D medical animations.

Blausen earned a Master of Arts in Medical and Biological Illustration from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 1991, he founded Blausen Medical after recognizing the growing commercial and educational need for more accessible methods of illustrating and animating medical processes and functions. Today, Blausen Medical makes its library content available for multiple platforms. The award-winning animation library is now viewed in every country in the world and has been translated in over 21 languages.

Blausen’s company and its products have received nearly 35 honors, including the 2013 Platinum Award for Best Interactive Site and Gold Award for Best Mobile Communications in the eHealthcare Leadership Awards. Blausen Medical has also been honored with numerous Web Health Awards and with an ABBY Award from the Adaptive Business Leaders Organization, for developing innovations that reduce the cost of quality healthcare. Blausen Medical recently licensed access to its animations for use on the daytime television show The Doctors. In 2014, Mr. Blausen was a recipient of the prestigious Penn State Alumni Fellow Award.