Journalism and Science Writing


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Stanford Medicine

I have written over 100 articles for Stanford Medicine's blog SCOPE, which presents cutting-edge research to the public. You can see a full author listing here. Below are a few of my favorite pieces.


Exploring the benefits of pursuing anthropology and medicine (original interviews)

Anthropologist discusses Wikipedia’s implications for health information (original interview)

Genetic testing, autism, and “fixing” the pathological body (original reporting)

Medicine and the senses: Conversations on space and hospital soundscapes

Sex biology redefined: Genes don’t indicate binary sexes

“2020 Mom Project” promotes awareness of perinatal mood disorders (original reporting)

Thinking about "culture" as part of global well-being

Talking disparities, adversity, and hope
Maternal-fetal "chimera" cells: What do they actually do?
Stanford alumni aim to redesign the breast pump (original interviews)

Stanford initiative aims to simultaneously improve education and maternal-child health in South Africa (original interview)

NIH puts focus on the placenta, the “fascinating” and “least understood” organ

Stanford Storytellers: Medical students write a children’s book to comfort and educate (original interview)

A look at our disappearing microbes (original reporting)
Prescribing a story? Medicine meets literature in "narrative medicine"