I’m a science journalist based in New York.
As an editor of Scienceline.org, I enjoy writing about health and the environment, especially related to marginalized communities. I love podcasts and audio stories and am looking forward to producing a few in the coming months. You can find me as an Editorial Intern at Spectrum.
In my free time, I write fiction and voice act for audio drama podcasts.
Spectrum October 9, 2019
Autistic children who lose words reach key milestones earlier than autistic children without language regression, according to a new study.
Spectrum October 4, 2019
A novel implant can deliver complex combinations of drugs and light to targeted areas of a lab animal’s brain, without restricting the animal’s movement.
Audubon August 30, 2019
Celebrate back-to-school season with these avian-inspired tales, from the joy of the Christmas Bird Count to the story of a wind-blown Whimbrel.
Audubon August 19, 2019
Confined in a tent city near El Paso, teens portrayed parrots and quetzals in works now on display at the “Uncaged Art” exhibit.
Audubon August 1, 2019
The image confirms what many researchers have long suspected—that wild birds mistake the pervasive and harmful litter for food.
Scienceline July 20, 2019
Pesticides, fertilizers, and machines aren’t enough to meet the burgeoning demand for food crops but fast-growing GMO plants could pick up the slack.
Audubon July 17, 2019
Celebrate Eunice Foote’s 200th birthday by learning how she predicted the effect of greenhouse gases before the man who gets the credit.
Audubon July 12, 2019
Birds sparked Stephan Nance's recovery from trauma. Now their sets have so many avian shout-outs, fans get a checklist to catch them all.