As an associate editor at Clinical Oncology News, I navigate the vast universe of cancer research. The reports are dense, but ultimately a goldmine of infographics. Check back to see the ones that I've been able to create.
FiveThirthyEight is the latest notch in my science writing belt. I'm a freelancer for the publication, using it as an outlet to answer whatever question pops into my head next, scientifically of course.
Writing for Reuters Health was a lesson in being a fast but thorough reporter. Now, there isn't a research paper out there that can scare me.
Science Magazine is my science writing ground zero. Here, I built a firm reporting foundation and sharpened my news sense. Not only did I learn what makes a good science story, I can also sniff out the scent of a bad one.
Writing for a start-up publishing company means every click counts. And so,writing for Mic was a lesson in being engaging, and channeling the voice of science as he (or she) "revealed", "explained", and "proved" social phenomenons.