I have more than a decade of experience reporting and writing compelling stories about complex ideas. I've covered scientific fields including molecular biology, nanomaterials science, environmental science, astronomy, high-energy particle physics, and antimicrobial resistant pathogens.
I've conducted hundreds of interviews with researchers and physicians to get the lowdown on new scientific and medical technologies, methodologies, and breakthroughs.
My writing has been featured by The World Science Festival, Wired, Columbia Magazine, Kessler Foundation, DOE Pulse, phys.org, Kirkus Reviews, A&U: America’s AIDS Magazine, Innovation Magazine, Nanotechnology Now, NY Metro, and AM New York, among others.
At Brookhaven National Laboratory, I wrote for the lab's newsroom and researched my master's thesis, an essay on the measurement problem.
At NYU Langone Health, I collaborated with dozens of scientists, physicians, and research institutes to build websites featuring their work. My beats include neuroscience, genetics/genomics, regenerative medicine, vaccine research, translational immunology, and more.
At The Seltzer Firm (immigration law), I helped many foreign national scientists prepare successful EB-1, EB-2, and O-1 immigration petitions by translating their peer-reviewed scientific papers into non-technical language.
In my free time I read, paint, cook, hang at museums, and hike the many gorgeous trails of the Hudson Valley, where I live with my family.