The complexity of life springs from an eccentric combination of merely four letters. But research has hardly gone close to resolving it!
Thank you for visiting my writing portfolio, where I share my stories on the brain and biology.
I am a postdoctoral researcher of neurobiology at Yale University and an aspiring science writer. Besides my scientific expeditions in a lab that studies neuronal circuits in the brain, I am a freelance reporter for Lab Times, a European magazine for the life sciences. I cover the latest scientific discoveries for the magazine’s journal club, and discuss trends in academia in investigative reporting.
I studied molecular genetics at the University of Leicester, UK and obtained my PhD in neurobiology from the Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine and George August University, Germany. I live in New Haven, CT, with my husband.