On this page, you'll find the editorial and writing roles I've held, as well as my favourite writing pieces.
Assistant Editor, Massive Science
August 2019 - Feb 2020
Massive Science is an online publication where scientists (i.e. subject matter experts) receive science writing training and write stories with us. As an assistant editor, I develop pitches from scientists, provide editorial feedback, and digitally produce stories for publication.
2019 - Present
I write on a monthly basis for Signals, which is a platform dedicated to presenting insiders’ perspectives on the world of regenerative medicine and stem cell research, written by scientists and professionals in the field.
Policy & Politics Co-Editor, Science Borealis
2017 - 2019
I wrote about various science policy issues on a bimonthly basis for Science Borealis, which is a platform dedicated to Canadian science blogging.
Features Section Editor, The Medium
September 2015 - April 2017
I was elected twice to serve as the Features section editor, where I collaborated with The Medium's editorial board and student writers to publish weekly issues over a two-year period.
Selected Science Writing
Here are three of my favourite pieces. For more, check out my full writing portfolio!
In this piece, I wrote about how the public is heading to Wikipedia for information and updates amid COVID-19. This piece has been read over 10,000 times to date.
In this piece, I cover key take-away messages from The Lancet's Lancet Women: a 120-page issue which provides peer-reviewed evidence for the institutional and systemic barriers impacting women’s experience and advancement in science, medicine, and global health.
This was re-published by Salon.
In 2018, I attended Projected Futures 2: an intensive summer school that seeks to rethink how science is communicated with society. We came up with some key ways to create better science stories — and boost interest and trust in science.