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My academic interests include narrative medicine, health policy, neuroscience and computational biology.
I enjoy writing about my experiences in science and medicine and relating them to large policy issues. Here is a synopsis of my work thus far:
- My editorials/commentaries drawing upon my research experiences have been published in Cell and PLOS Computational Biology.
- My editorial and award-winning stories in narrative medicine have been published in Medical Education, Pulse, and The Huffington Post. I have also written an editorial on the importance of graphic medicine that will be published in a forthcoming issue of the AMA Journal of Ethics and is selected as a continuing medical education (CME) article.
- My current research focuses on Alzheimer’s disease and the effects of exercise on the brain. I have recently published a review on the therapeutic potential of exerkines in the treatment of atherosclerosis in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences.
- I have also published several science policy articles at PLOS ECR Community that were translated and republished at other venues.
“Be loud, be bold, be yourself.”