Freelance Articles

Careers: From Bench Science to Academic Administration, May 2017, Chronicle Vitae

News: Sniffing Out Lung Cancer, May 2017, Proto

Policy: Why Aren’t Women Running Hospitals?, April 2017, Proto

News: Decoding the Secrets of Totipotent Cells, April 2017, BioTechniques

Careers: From Bench Science to Science Diplomacy, April 2017, Chronicle Vitae

Feature: Aspirin May Prevent Cancer from Spreading, April 2017, Scientific American

Feature: The Epigenetics of Marijuana Use, April 2017, BioTechniques

News: Growing Replacement Organs in Animals, March 2017, BioTechniques

News: Caught by the Tail, March 2017, Proto

Careers: From Bench Science to Museum Business Planner, February 2017, Chronicle Vitae

News: Bizarre Deep-Sea Squid Has Mismatched Eyes, February 2017, National Geographic News

Careers: An Interview with Melanie Sinche, January 2017, Chronicle Vitae

Interview: Helen Ouyang Studies the Ethics of Compassionate Use, December 2016, The Open Notebook

Careers: From Bench Science to Tech Transfer, December 2016, Chronicle Vitae

News: Climbing the Social Ladder Can Strengthen your Immune System, November 2016, Science Now

News: Busting the Myth that “There are no qualified minority candidates”, November 2016, Scientific American

News: What’s Behind the Aspirin Cure? November 2016, Proto

News: For Diabetes, a Better Crystal Ball, November 2016, Proto

Careers: From Bench Science to Policy Advising, November 2016, Chronicle Vitae

News: Demystifying the Evolutionary Success of Ray-Finned Fishes,September 2016, Inside Science

Careers: From Bench Science to Corporate Science, August 2016, Chronicle Vitae

News: Autoimmune diseases might be the side effect of a strong immune system, July 2016, New Scientist

News: Recycling leftover genes, beetles make new horns and eyes, July 2016, Entomology Today

Careers: How to Combat Implicit Bias, July 2016, NatureJobs Blog

Careers: Counting All the Ways Connections Matter, July 2016, NatureJobs Blog

News: How Bees Sense a Flower’s Electric Field, May 2016, Science Now

Careers: From Bench Science to Development Specialist, May 2016, Chronicle Vitae

Book Review: The Bee Whisperer, May 2016, Science

Careers: Making the Most of School, May 2016, The Scientist

Careers: Post-grad Job Prospects, April 2016, The Scientist

News: For Baboons, a Tough Childhood Can Lead to a Shorter Life, April 2016, Smithsonian.com

Careers: The Complex Role of Gender in Faculty Hiring, April 2016, Science Careers

News: How Cancer Gets from A to B, April 2016, Proto

Careers: Biomedical Research Workforce Summit Makes Strides in Implementing Change for Postdocs, April 2016, Nature Biotechnology

News: Cancerous Co-Conspirators, April 2016, Scientific American

Careers: Postdocs to Learn Online, March 2016, Nature

Careers: From Bench Science to Analyzing Science Careers, March 2016, Chronicle Vitae

News: The Sweet Spot: A New Study Shows Optimal Group Size for Baboons, January 2016, JSTOR Daily

News: Outsmarting the Common Cold, January 2016, Proto

Careers: From Bench Science to Policy Analyst, January 2016, Chronicle Vitae

News: Cancer Cells Can’t Proliferate and Invade at the Same Time, January 2016, Scientific American

Careers: The Faculty Series: Applying for Grants, January 2016, NatureJobs Blog

Careers: The Faculty Series: Recruiting, December 2015, NatureJobs Blog

Careers: The Faculty Series: Becoming Independent, December 2015, NatureJobs Blog

Careers: Fellowships are the Future, December 2015, Nature

News: Even Giant Mammoths Weren’t Safe from Prehistoric Predators, October 2015, Science Now

News: Diagnostic Developers Target Antibiotic Resistance, October 2015, Nature 

Careers: From Bench Scientist to Public Information Officer, October 2015, Chronicle Vitae

News: Arizona’s Wingless Queens Could Shed Light on Predictability of Evolution, September 2015, Science Now

News: Baby’s Cells can Manipulate Mom’s Body for Decades, September 2015, Smithsonian

Feature: How Fake Data Could Protect Real People’s Privacy, July 2015, The Atlantic

News: Human Sex Chromosomes are Sloppy DNA Swappers, July 2015, Smithsonian

How-to: Twitter as a Reporting Tool, May 2015, The Open Notebook

Opinion: Public Data, Private Concerns, May 2015, The Scientist

News: Have a Sweet Tooth? New Blood Test Could Tell, May 2015, Science

Feature: Is Darwinius Really “The Missing Link” to Humans? April 2015, JSTOR Daily

News: Two Insulin Receptors Control Planthopper Wing Shape, March 2015, Entomology Today

Careers: Information: Wanted, March 2015, Nature

News: A Little Bias in Peer Review Scores Can Translate into Big Money, Simulation Finds, February 2015, Science Insider

Opinion: Overspending on Overhead, February 2015, The Scientist

News: Deep-sea Shrimp’s Eyes Have 12 Retinas, January 2015, Science Now

News: Ancient Fossil May Rewrite Fish Family Tree, January 2015, Science Now

Opinion: Out with the Old, January 2015, The Scientist

Book Review: Doug Emlen’s Animal Weapons, December 2014, Science

News: Spiders Battle Video Animations, December 2014, Science Now

News: Menthol Increases Nicotine Addiction by Tweaking Brain, December 2014, New Scientist

News: Creationism Conference at Large US Research University Stirs Unease, October 2014, Science Insider

Opinion: Separate Training from Research Budgets, October 2014, The Scientist

News: Dramatic Beetle Weapons Aren’t Just for Show, September 2014, Science Now

Letter to the Editor: Ailing Academia Needs Culture Change, August 2014, Science

Careers: Mission Possible: Putting Trainees at the Center of Academia’s Mission, June 2014, Nature Biotechnology

News: Why Spiders Don’t Grow to Horrific Size, May 2014, Science Now

Opinion: Hone Your Craft, Sell Your Skills, May 2014, The Scientist

 

Arizona State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Magazine

DNA Computing: ASU Scientist Optimizes the Future

The Promise of Personalized Medicine

Perception–Using Bias to Fuel Discovery

The Science of Teamwork

Duke University Research Blog

Changing American Science and Engineering Education

Exploring the Last Frontier of Our Genome

Flying High on Stolen Wings

Mapping Movement

Baby Sea Urchins Aren’t All the Same

Cooperating E. coli Eat Better