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Current

Summer 2019 – Instructor, "Science Policy, Funding, & Politics" on-site residency, MA in Science Writing Program, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C.

Past

Spring 2019  Instructor, "Contemporary Science-Medical Writing: Creative and Professional Forms," MA in Science Writing Program, Johns Hopkins University, online

Fall 2018  Instructor, "Techniques of Science-Medical Writing," MA in Science Writing Program, Johns Hopkins University, online

June 4, 2018  Moderator, "Of the People, By the People, For the People: Gene editing and technology democratization," CRISPRcon, Cambridge, Massachusetts

March 9, 2018  Radio interview, "Science Friday." I discussed the FDA's decision to allow 23andMe to tell consumers whether they have certain BRCA genetic mutations as part of the company's at-home health test.

Fall 2017  Instructor, "Techniques of Science-Medical Writing," MA in Science Writing Program, Johns Hopkins University, online

Nov. 23, 2017  Radio interview, WNYC, "The Takeaway." I discussed pricing issues surrounding new gene therapies that are coming onto the market.

Aug. 2, 2017  Radio interview, WOSU, "All Sides with Ann Fisher." I discussed a story I wrote about Helix, a Silicon Valley startup that launched an app store for people to explore their DNA.

July 13, 2016  Guest lecturer, "The Literature of Science," MA in Science Writing Program, Johns Hopkins University, online

March 15, 2016  Storyteller, The Story Collider, Brain Awareness Week, Brooklyn, New York. Listen to the podcast of my story above.

Nov. 17, 2015  Guest lecturer, specialized reporting panel, JOUR1010 "The Future of Media," E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

Nov. 16, 2015  Guest lecturer, freelance writing panel discussion, MA in Nonfiction Writing/MA in Science Writing Program, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. campus

May 19, 2015 - Reader, The Inner Loop: A Literary Reading Series, Washington, D.C. I read a personal essay, a version of which was published in Pacific Standard.