The Guardian: Extinction obituary: the sudden, sad disappearance of the Christmas Island forest skin
The New York Times: Stress Might Age the Immune System, New Study Finds
Essay for Catapult: Does Making Predictions Impede the Formation of Memories?



I'm a science journalist, essayist, podcast writer, and poet based in Brooklyn. I also fact-check and edit.

Starting June 2022, I will be a reporting fellow at The New York Times, on the Well desk.

My other work can be found in Scientific American, Popular Science, The GuardianEnvironmental Health News, and the podcast 20 Thousand Hertz, among others. I write most frequently about neuroscience/psychology, the ocean, archaeology, and social science.

I'm a graduate of NYU's Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program.

When I'm not writing articles, I'm scribbling poetry — my poems have been featured in Barzakh Magazine, The New Limestone Review, Typishly, and Open Minds Quarterly, among others.

If you want to send an assignment, tip, or sciencey pun my way, get in touch!


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