With nearly 20 years in the biomedical sciences and a penchant for storytelling, I can help you engage and captivate myriad and diverse audiences. Perhaps you'd like to translate science from the esoteric into the discernible for fundraisers and donors. Maybe you need a write-up of a scientific conference for a publication, or an academic's perspective on funding and policy. Or quite possibly, you'd like a fresh pair of eyes on a scientific grant, manuscript, or presentation. Let's talk about how I can help you with all of your writing and communication needs.
I have a PhD in Pharmacology & Molecular Signaling from Columbia University and a BA in Biological Sciences from the University of Chicago. I've secured several competitive grants, including from the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation and the American Cancer Society (ACS). In recent years, I've worked closely with the ACS to and spoken with patients, survivors, donors, fundraisers, scientists, and medical doctors, about advances in cancer treatment, patient advocacy, and breast cancer symptoms. My goal is always to make the science accessible, intriguing, and to give others the background to empower them to become storytellers themselves.