I’m a science journalist based in New York.
As the Associate Editor of Scienceline.org, I enjoy writing about women’s health, queer and trans health, and the environment. I also love podcasts and audio stories and look forward to producing a few in the coming months. You can also find me as an Editorial Intern at Psychology Today.
In my free time I write fiction and voice act for audio drama podcasts.
Scienceline.org Feb. 14, 2019
Succeeding in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math is difficult for many students — but queer and transgender students face additional challenges ranging from lack of visibility to outright discrimination.
Scienceline.org Jan. 11, 2019
Behind every vegetarian are a dozen meat-lovers proclaiming they could never give up bacon.
Now, they might not have to: Environmentally conscious companies are cooking up new veggie alternatives that are practically indistinguishable from their meaty cousins.
Scienceline.org Dec. 19, 2018
#MeToo advocates have sent a clear message: survivors are never to blame for being sexually assaulted — no matter whether they were sober, high or drunk at the time.
Knowing how to recognize whether your drink has been drugged — and how to prevent your drink from being drugged in the first place — can protect you and your friends against potential sexual abusers.
Scienceline.org Nov. 13, 2018
While trans people have responded to the October 2018 federal anti-trans memo with outrage and the promise that they’re not going anywhere, the government’s actions could still jeopardize their mental health. It likely already has.