science writing

One of my passions is writing about science. Why? Because I firmly believe that science is for everyone. Science is fun, exciting, and interesting; it sometimes just needs to be framed in a particular way for it to be understood. I do not believe in dumbing down research stories. I believe in writing about science using common building blocks (normal words). My motto is "simple words, complex concepts."

Here are some links to articles I've written:

https://www.chla.org/blog/research-blog/young-adults-diabetes-dose-empathy-important-insulin

 

https://www.chla.org/blog/research-blog/living-donor-liver-transplants-better-outcomes-children

 

https://www.chla.org/blog/research-blog/pediatric-research-institution-setting-the-pace-monitoring-sars-cov-2-mutations

 

https://www.chla.org/blog/research-blog/new-study-uncovers-spike-life-threatening-complication-diabetes-type-2-during

 

https://www.chla.org/blog/research/cancer-can-run-it-can-t-hide

 

https://www.chla.org/blog/research/inside-job-using-dna-target-cancer

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I got to speak with Brad & Jocelyn on my favorite Science Pod! Click here to listen to my episode.

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Check out my talk at last year's science communications conference, SciComm 2020!