I love writing about science! It’s my mission to make science accessible to everyone. Science, in its many ubiquitous forms, impacts us all; as such we all deserve the opportunity to understand its influence on our lives.

I specialize in writing about topics within neuroscience and psychology for both general and scientific audiences. Writing samples can be found below.

Rose Li and Associates

I currently work as a science writer and analyst for Rose Li and Associates, Inc. In this role, I prepare summary reports of workshops and meetings for major research institutions and funding agencies, including the National Institute on Aging, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders of Stroke, and the Foundation for the NIH. I also serve as a project manager to assist with the planning and organization of workshops. These summaries are often used to guide future research priorities and serve as the official record of meeting proceedings. Sample summaries that are available to the public can be accessed below.

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Family Planning, Women’s Empowerment, and Population and Societal Impacts: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26023.

National Institute on Aging. 2020. National Research Summit on Care, Services, and Supports for Persons with Dementia and Their Caregivers.

Once a Scientist Podcast

I am the proud co-producer of the Once a Scientist podcast!

About the Show
Show Notes: Nick Edwards
Show Notes: Audrey Sporrij
Show Notes: Jorge Vazquez-Anderson
Show Notes: Wendy Xin
Show Notes: Sage Aronson
Show Notes: Kate Bradford
Show Notes: Rads Patel
Show Notes: Vincent Racaniello
Show Notes: Chanel Matney
Show Notes: Kay Tye
Show Notes: Sharon Milgram

FP Academy & Neurophotometrics

Educational Resource: Evaluating Raw Fiber Photometry Data
News Release: NPM Goes Open Source
Technical Guide: How to Increase Your Frame Rate to 100 Hz
Infographic: What is Fiber Photometry?
News Feature: The Business of Photometry
Data Highlight: Schoenbaum Lab

NeuWrite San Diego

Why Do I Care So Damn Much About Game of Thrones?
Close Encounters of the Robotic Kind: A Glimpse of Autonomy
CRISPR and the Real World
It’s a Fine Line Between Utopia and Gattaca
A CRISP(R) Explanation of Biology’s Coolest New Tool
Get Over It: Discrimination and Mental Health
#TriggerWarning: Life After Trauma
Heavy On My Mind: Lead Poisoning (Part 2)

Maze Engineers

A Guide to Testing Zebrafish Behavior
Behavioral Testing in Guinea Pigs
Elevated Plus Maze: Understanding the Basics
The Basics of Depression Testing in Rodents
Sheep as an Animal Model
Hebb-Williams Maze

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