About Everyday Health's Contributing Writers and Editors
Jennifer Acosta Scott:Jennifer Acosta Scott is a writer for Healthday. She resides in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with her husband, Mark, and two sons, Patrick and Hayden. A native of the Mobile, Ala. area, she attended the University of Alabama's College of Communications and Information Sciences in Tuscaloosa, graduating with a major in journalism and a minor in history. Her career began in newspapers, and she has previously worked as a news reporter for the Tuscaloosa News, the Phenix (Ala.) Citizen and the Weatherford (TX) Democrat, covering health, environment and local government. Acosta Scott's work has also been published in outlets like Health, Bankrate, Society Life, The Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. She is also the publisher of a popular Dallas-Fort Worth area blog, Fort Worth on the Cheap, and a running blog, Little Blue Sneakers. When she's not writing or spending time with her family, you can usually find Acosta Scott running. Her main goal is to to stay injury-free long enough to get to the starting line - and eventually, to become fast enough to qualify for the Boston Marathon. Her hobbies include running, lifting weights, gardening from seed, sleeping late, watching Crimson Tide football and rehabbing antique furniture. She also serves as a volunteer at her kids' school. During rare extended periods of free time, Acosta Scott likes to explore museums in the DFW area - the Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a favorite - and hunt for great barbecue joints and Tex-Mex restaurants. (DFW has plenty of both!) She hates the heat and looks forward to the few weeks of winter that Texas gets each year. Her favorite places to vacation are Tabernash, Colo. and anywhere in France.
Lesley Alderman:Lesley has been a staff writer at Money magazine and a deputy editor at Real Simple. She currently co-writes the Patient Money column for The New York Times.
Karen Asp:Karen is a freelance journalist who specializes in fitness, health, nutrition, pets, and travel. She's a contributing editor for Woman's Day and the Fit Travel blogger for AOL. She also writes regularly for numerous other publications, including All You, Shape, Self, Weight Watchers, Women's Health, Men's Fitness, Natural Health, More, Good Housekeeping, Real Simple, Prevention, and Fitness.
Lisa Baertlein:Lisa is a journalist at an international wire service, where she has covered general news, public financing, personal technology, consumer health, and restaurants. Her work has appeared in publications such as the New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and USA Today. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
Chris Bahls:Chris is a veteran reporter and editor who wrote for a number of years at the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has written about medical and pharmaceutical issues for professional and consumer audiences for the past decade. Her work has appeared in print and online media, including The Scientist and WebMD.
Rachel Grumman Bender:Rachel is an award-winning freelance health and beauty writer and editor. She writes regularly for The New York Post, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Health, Spa, Healthline.com, and Lifescript.com. Prior to going freelance in 2003, she was the senior health editor at Cosmopolitan magazine. Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism at Boston University and her master’s degree in journalism at New York University.
Felissa Benjamin:Felissa is a New York City-based freelance writer who specializes in style and beauty. She is About.com's Celebrity Style Guide, a website focusing on the the red carpet style of today's hottest celebrities. Felissa started out her journalistic career at Health where she learned the benefits of living a healthy and beautiful life. She became an expert at pitching stories that accentuated the health aspects of the beauty world, including choosing non-invasive cosmetic procedures. Prior to becoming a full-time freelancer, Felissa was on staff as a fashion writer at Life &StyleWeeklyandalsowrotefortheNewYorkDailyNews.
DeniseMann:Denise MannisafreelancehealthwriterinNewYork.HerarticlesregularlyappearinWebMD,Healthday.com,Beautyinthebag.comandotherconsumerhealthportals.Mannwasawardedthe2004and2011journalisticAchievementAwardfromtheAmericanSocietyforAestheticPlasticSurgery.Recently,shewasnamedthe2011NationalNewsmakeroftheYearbytheCommunityAnti-DrugCoalitionsofAmerica.ShehasalsobeenawardedtheArthritisFoundation'sNortheastRegionPrizeforOnlineJournalism,theExcellenceinWomen'sHealthResearchJournalismAward,theGoldAwardforBestServiceJournalismfromtheMagazineAssociationoftheSoutheast,aBronzeAwardfromTheAmericanSocietyofHealthcarePublicationEditorsforacoverstoryshewroteinPlasticSurgeryPracticemagazine,andanhonorablementioninthe InternationalOsteoporosisFoundationJournalismAwards.Shewaspartofthewritingteamawardeda2008SigmaDeltaChiawardforherpartinaWebMDseriesonautism.HerfirstforayintohealthreportingwaswiththeMedicalTribuneNewsServicewhereherarticlesappearedregularlyinsuchnewspapersastheDetroitFreePress,theChicagoSun-Times,theDallasMorningNews,andtheLosAngelesDailyNews.MannreceivedagraduatedegreefromtheMedillSchoolofJournalismatNorthwesternUniversityinEvanston,Ill.,andherundergraduatedegreefromLehighUniversityinBethlehem,Pa.Sheliveswithherhusband,David,theirminiatureschnauzer,PerriWinkleBlu,andtheirtwosons,TeddyandEvan.Anavidindoorcycler,MannisalwaysupforaSoulCycleclass.Shealsoenjoyshiking.Inhersparetime,Mannisworkingonafictionnovellooselybasedonherextendedfamily.
Elise Solé: EliseisaNewYorkbasedwriterwhospecializesinhealth,sex,anddatingandwhoseworkhasappearedinMaxim,Health,Fitness,andGlamour.ShehasbeenonstaffatHarper'sBazaar,Redbook,andPenthouse,andholdsaB.S.inmagazinejournalismfromBostonUniversity.ShelivesintheEastVillageinNewYorkCity.
DanaRasso:DanaisawriterandeditorwholivesinNewYork; her background is in education and communications. She holds a B.F.A. from Savannah College of Art and Design and is currently an M.A. candidate in New York University's Graphic Communications Management and Technology program.
Adrienne Rayski:Adrienne is a freelance writer for several special-interest magazines and has worked on the production of women's lifestyle channels at AOL as well as at E! Entertainment Television. She graduated from CUNY Baruch, where she served as the editor in chief of the award-winning student newspaper The Ticker.
Cynthia Ramnarace:Cynthia writes about health, parenting, and lifestyles topics for both print and online outlets. She is based in Rockaway Beach, N.Y.
Barbara Robb:Barbara is a freelance writer based in New York who specializes in health and medical topics. She worked in publishing for many years as an editor, writer and editorial director at a law book publisher, where she specialized in medical reference material for the legal profession. She has a master's degree in health advocacy from Sarah Lawrence College.
Eleanor Roberts, PhD:Eleanor has experience as an educational medical writer, predominantly in the fields of psychiatry and neuroscience. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif., investigating simian immunodeficiency virus in the brain of rhesus macaques, a model for similar actions by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). She earned her doctorate in the neuropathology of HIV and a master’s degree in neuroscience from the Institute of Psychiatry in her hometown of London. She is based in San Diego.
Gina Roberts-Grey:Gina is a writer in Baldwinsville, N.Y., who specializes in health issues and profiling celebrities whose lives have been touched by illness. Her work has appeared in AARP The Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens, Glamour, Parents, Self, and numerous other national and regional publications.
Diana Rodriguez:Diana is a full-time freelance writer with experience writing health-related news and feature stories. She has written extensively for HealthDay, and her work has appeared on a number of Web sites, including MSN and Yahoo! She lives in Louisville, Ky. and holds a B.A. in journalism and French from Miami University.
Jean Rothman:Jean has worked as a full-time freelance medical editor and writer for more than 20 years, covering all manner of health conditions, procedures, and technologies. She enjoys the challenge of taking complex medical topics and translating them into language that can be easily understood by patients and the general public. Her work includes newsletters, magazine articles, patient education materials, marketing collateral, and books, and can be found in print and online. Jean also writes and edits material for physicians. Before becoming a freelancer, Jean held staff positions at some of the nation’s top hospitals, including the Cleveland Clinic and Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Barbara Sadick: Barbara Sadick is a freelance health writer based in New York City. Her writing is primarily geared to a consumer audience, though she does have an academic background in the health field. That background includes an MS in Health and Behavior Studies from Columbia University and an MA in Health Advocacy from Sarah Lawrence College. Health writing is Barbara’s second career. For twenty-five years, she was in the photojournalism business. Fifteen of those years were spent owning and running a small, highly regarded photo agency representing a small group of especially talented photographers. During that time, the agency won numerous awards for the work initiated by the agency and its photographers for magazines, newspapers, books, and advertising agencies all over the world. In 2003, Barbara embarked on an education in health during which she spent five years learning about the history of health care, the reading of academic studies, statistics, current issues in health care, health policy, health literacy, health ethics, oral history, program evaluation, health promotion and disease prevention, and humanistic medicine. At Columbia, Barbara spent four semesters working on and studying issues of overweight and obesity. She designed a social marketing campaign targeting obese and overweight girls in Harlem, New York City, a theory-based intervention program. She also wrote a grant proposal for funding of that program. During her schooling, Barbara did an internship at NYU School of Medicine where she sat in on the non-academic courses required for medical students. She also worked on research for a film on health, and attended a program for health writers in Taos, New Mexico. Barbara is a member of The Society of Healthcare Journalists and regularly attends local educational initiatives and the association’s annual seminar. She has also served as a judge of medical student writing for The Arnold P. Gold Foundation Award of Excellence in humanistic medicine. In addition to Everyday Health, Barbara’s current clients include The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune and other well-known print and online publications.
Allison Ryan:Allison is a writer living in upstate New York. Her articles, reviews, and stories have appeared in Elle, Harvard Review, Carve, and Weight Watchers magazine. She was the recipient of the 2002 Raymond Carver Short Story Award, holds a B.A. in literature and writing from Bennington College, and was a Robert Bingham Scholar at Columbia University, where she earned an M.F.A. in fiction writing.
Jan Sheehan:Jan is a Denver-based freelance writer and editor specializing in health, fitness, nutrition, and wellness. She has written feature articles for dozens of national magazines, including Parents, American Baby, Family Circle, Fitness, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Ladies' Home Journal, and Men's Health. Additionally, she writes a monthly Q&A health column for Parents, where she is a contributing editor.
Jennifer L. Shoemaker, PhD:Jennifer is a medical writer and editor with a doctoral degree in pharmacology/toxicology who was a post-doctoral fellow at Emory University in Atlanta. With extensive experience in gastroenterology, neurodegenerative diseases, and diabetes, among other areas, she has written and edited numerous peer-reviewed journal articles. In addition, Jennifer has also given many presentations and lectures based on her published research papers at universities, professional symposiums, and other scientific meetings.
Jessie Sholl:Jessie's essays and stories have appeared in The New York Times, Other Voices, Fiction, Lit, and the forthcoming anthology Be Thrifty. Her current project, Dirty Secret: A Daughter Comes Clean About Her Mother's Compulsive Hoarding, will be published by Simon & Schuster/Gallery Books in 2011. Jessie has been awarded residencies to The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow and Ragdale, and she holds an MFA from The New School University, where she teaches creative writing. She lives in New York City.
Megan Southwick:Megan is a full-time writer and editor with more than five years of experience developing content for the Web and for print publication. She has contributed to WhiteApricot.com, PoshCravings.com, and ePregnancy.com among others. She is currently based in Richmond, VA.
Paul Sterman:Paul is a freelance writer living in Orange, California. He has been a journalist for 15 years and is the co-author of Best of the Bruins, a non-fiction sports book being published by Sports Publishing LLC.
Kristen Stewart: Kristen Stewart is an award-winning freelance writer who specializes in health, lifestyle and parenting topics. Her articles—on everything from convergence insufficiency, a vision disorder often misdiagnosed as ADHD in children, to flowers genetically engineered for brighter colors and stronger scents–have been published in a variety of print and online publications such as Parenting, Parents and AARP: The Magazine.
She spent two years as a monthly health columnist for Taste of the Bay Magazine and her work has appeared on websites such as SheKnows.com and NurseTV.com as well as on The Lohdown on Science, a Caltech radio show aired on more than 100 stations throughout the U.S. and in over 175 countries worldwide.
Additionally, Kristen has written patient education materials for clients such as Bayer HealthCare and Novartis Pharmaceuticals and created content for Disney/Buena Vista Home Entertainment. She has also provided advocacy support including articles, letters and website content for the Allergy Advocacy Association.
Editing is another area of expertise and Kristen has worked on a wide range of projects including user manuals, physician clinical guides and treatment protocols for aesthetic and medical laser systems, NIH grant proposals for the continuation of a Ph.D. training program and annual reports for a professor of sleep research. She also served as managing editor of a website devoted to the rapid publication of sleep research manuscripts.
Before beginning her freelance career, she worked as a senior editor at UCLA’s Brain Research Institute after graduating from UCLA with a degree in English.
Kristen tries to embrace the healthy lifestyle she writes about and is always on the lookout for new good-for-you recipes to try. She can often be found at the gym spinning and swimming and even tried her first mini triathlon a few years ago.
To learn more, visit her website at www.kristenestewart.com.
Diane Stresing:Diane is a freelance writer and editor who enjoys writing about medical treatments and preventing illness. She covers subjects from bugs to business and travel to technology for a variety of online and print publications. She is the author of the hiking guide 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Cleveland, a regular book reviewer for the Plain Dealer newspaper, and a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. When she’s not at her desk, Diane can be found on the bike paths, hiking trails, and soccer fields of Northeast Ohio.
Susan Sullivan:Susan is a freelance writer in Marietta, Ga., with more than 30 years of medical and technical writing experience. She has held writing positions at the University of Kentucky as well a major transportation provider for pharmaceuticals and medical supplies. She also volunteers at a local hospice where she works with terminally ill patients and their families. Susan earned a B.A. in journalism and an M.A. in public administration with a concentration in health care administration from the University of Kentucky.
Marie Suszynski:Marie is a Pennsylvania-based freelance writer who has contributed to more than a dozen books by Prevention and other publishers. She has been working as a journalist for more than 10 years, including covering the health insurance industry for an online newswire. She holds a master's degree from the Medill School of Journalism.
Mikel Theobald:Mikel is a freelance writer based in Indianapolis. Throughout her career she has created content covering a range of topics including early childhood education, home and family, Olympic sports, nutrition, fitness and health. Her work has appeared in various consumer and professional publications as well as around the web on sites such as AOL, Huffington Post and others. She joined HealthDay as a consumer health writer in 2011.After a stint on the East Coast, Mikel returned to the Midwest to raise her family. As a homeschooling parent she taught her daughters to explore the world around them -- to ask questions and dig deeper until they were satisfied that they understood the information they were processing. By applying that same approach to her writing she helps readers to sort through the complexities of important topics so that they walk away with a better understanding of information that is relevant to them. Mikel believes in the power of information and lives by the philosophy that if you want to know more about something you need to ask questions -- find experts, scour the web, have conversations with people who know about the topics you are exploring. She does this for herself and for her readers. Her favorite aspect of health writing is connecting readers with the information that helps them to be advocates for their own health and well-being. She also thoroughly enjoys speaking with experts and getting to know individuals who openly share their stories with the intention of helping others.When she isn’t spending time with her family or meeting a writing deadline, you can often find Mikel volunteering for child advocacy organizations. She is passionate about finding ways to keep all children safe from harm.
Dennis Thompson:Dennis is a career journalist with more than 20 years' experience, writing for newspapers in Virginia, West Virginia, Florida, Delaware, and Oregon. He also has served as a freelance reporter for HealthDay for nearly a decade. Dennis holds a B.A. in communication studies from Virginia Tech and a master of arts in mass communication from the University of Florida.
Gayle Turim:Gayle has been writing for consumers about health and medical topics for more than two decades. She was an editor of the first national magazine for people with arthritis. Her work has appeared in periodicals including The New York Times, Newsday, the Chicago Tribune, Bon Appetit, and Americana, and in books, including The Healing Power of Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs. Her online credits include FamilyCircle.com and WholeHealthMD.com. She has a particular interest in medical history and has also written extensively about antiques and collectibles.
Madeline Vann, MPH:Madeline Vann, MPH, is a Williamsburg, VA., based health and medical freelance writer. She has been working in the field of health and medical writing and journalism for over 15 years. Reach out to her via her website www.fleetpen.com or follow her blog at www.fleetpen.com/. She received her undergraduate degrees from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and her Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis on health communication and social marketing from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans, LA. During her graduate training she worked on a statewide assessment of oral health needs among third graders in public schools in Louisiana. Prior to freelancing, she had been working in communications with the Louisiana Office of Public Health and with Tulane University Health Science Center in New Orleans. In addition to writing for a news reading audience, Vann is also interested in health literacy and has experience writing about health and medical issues at any reading level. Her areas of interest include diet, fitness, chronic diseases, infectious diseases, oral health, biotechnology, global health concern, health law, the Affordable Care Act, health economics, cancer, positive psychology, aging well, caregiving, end-of-life issues, and the intersection between environmental health and individual health. She is a writer for HealthDay and works as a freelance health and medical writer for a number of private clients, newspapers, magazines, and websites. While Vann works primarily in health and medical writing, she is also travel writing (particularly traveling with small children) and outdoors writing, which has challenged her with tours of canyons in the South, fishing and beachgoing with her children, and geocaching. She is currently participating in the Virginia Master Naturalist training program, which is expanding her knowledge of the environment and ecology of Virginia. She writes and speaks Spanish. Vann regularly practices yoga, loves to cook, and can’t decide between a Mediterranean style diet and an Asian-fusion approach.
Michelle Vellucci:Michelle is a freelance writer and editor in New York City. She writes about health, education, arts, and entertainment for a variety of print and online publications.
Nancy Volkers:Nancy is a writer and editor who specializes in medicine and health. Nancy has written hundreds of articles for a variety of online and print publications. She has edited everything from textbooks on animal behavior to reports about Medicare. She lives in Vermont.
Marijke Vroomen-Durning, RN:Marijke (pronounced muh-RYE-keh) is a Canadian freelance health writer based in Montreal. She works on various projects for both professional and general public audiences. She has had articles published for several years in a row in the American Association of Family Physicians' Essential Guide to Health, is third author of a nursing textbook due out in January 2009, and has recently helped write the Emergency First Responders' Manual for the American Red Cross. Marijke also publishes four health-related blogs and is a frequent contributor to popular medical Web sites and professional journals. Her personal blog, Marijke: Nurse Turned Writer was recently awarded third place as Best Canadian Health Blog. Marijke is also a registered nurse with more than 25 years of experience and is the creator of Seniors Support .
Jonathon Weber:Jonathon is a Wisconsin-based medical writer who frequently writes about health issues. He is a contributing editor and writes about medical and genetic topics at Bright Hub, Inc. and writes about genetic conditions and maintains a pathology database at Kromosoft. He holds a B.S. in biology.
Carol Weeg:Carol is a writer in the New York City area who specializes in health and medicine as well as in-house communication for pharmaceutical companies and pharmaceutical marketing. She has written articles for NYTimes.com, Life Extension magazine, Health Monitor Network and WholeHealthMD.com. She’s also written for the National Science Foundation, Centers for Disease Control, and several offices of the National Institutes of Health.
Anne Wells:Anne is the founder and owner of Wells Publishing. Her expertise goes beyond journalism and writing, editing and publishing to marketing and communications. She has worked with such businesses as The Center for Contemporary Arts, Everest Biomedical Instruments Company, Haystack Toys, and others. Prior to working in communications, Wells was a freelance journalist as well as a writer and editor with Time Warner’s The Parenting Group in San Francisco and New York. Wells attended the graduate school of journalism at the University of California at Berkeley and received her B.A. from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio.
Regina Boyle Wheeler:Regina is a journalist who specializes in health, parenting, and lifestyle content. She launched her freelance career in 2008 and began writing for HealthDay in 2009. In addition to Everyday Health, her work appears on several websites including AOL, MedicineNet, The Huffington Post and HealthDay Living. Regina began her journalism career at CNN and CNN Headline News where she started as an entry-level camera and teleprompter operator but quickly was promoted to writer and later producer. During her 15 years at the network, she produced live news programming and worked on countless breaking news events. These included the uprising at Tiananmen Square, China, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the OJ Simpson trial, and the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. Regina was part of the Emmy-award winning team that covered the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. She is a proud graduate of Indiana University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism and political science. She's also a member of the Kappa Delta sorority. Regina was born in New Jersey but now lives outside of Atlanta with her husband and two sons. She enjoys cooking, shopping, gardening and cheering on her boys during football and basketball games. Traveling is another passion. Her ideal vacation would be taking in the sites and flavors of Italy with her family by her side. Regina's healthy habits include walking every morning, using sunscreen religiously, and seeing the doctor regularly. The family’s yellow labrador retriever puppy keeps the whole family very active as well. Regina enjoys a good steak or burger once in a while, but tries to stick to a healthy low-fat, low-salt diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables. Balancing work and a growing busy family is challenging, but Regina relieves stress by reading, listening to music, and doing yoga.
Melanie Winderlich:Melanie is a Web writer and freelance editor who frequently covers health, entertainment, and lifestyle topics. She has written and edited for HowStuffWorks, Georgia Institute of Technology, AZ Big Media and Turner Entertainment Networks. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and Spanish from the University of Arizona. She lives in Atlanta with her husband and golden retriever.
Lynn Yoffee:Lynn is an Atlanta-based health and medical science journalist with 20 years of diversified experience in both consumer and business-to-business publishing. She writes about a wide range of subjects in healthcare, medical research and the business that drives the development of drugs and medical technologies. She writes for Medical Device Daily, Plastic Surgery News, and has contributed to a variety of Web sites and publications ranging from HealthyWomen.org to Technology Transfer Tactics.
Ingrid Strauch: Ingrid is an editor and writer in Brooklyn, New York. She was formerly the editor of Diabetes Self-Management and Arthritis Self-Management magazines.
Kathleen Doheny:Kathleen is a Los Angeles-based independent journalist, specializing in health, behavior and fitness topics. She covers both breaking news and features. Currently she contributes to a variety of health-related websites. Previously, she wrote a personal health column, travel health column and automotive health and safety column for the Los Angeles Times. Other credits include contributing to and editing health content for national magazines. She graduated with a B.S. in journalism education because her mother thought nice girls weren't newspaper reporters, and that teaching was secure. She then promptly went to work as an editor and reporter for a rural Indiana weekly. She has also worked as a general assignment reporter for a semi-weekly in downstate Illinois and as a medical editor for a continuing medical education publisher. She taught magazine feature writing at UCLA Extension for seven years. Among her writing awards are the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi Award for Excellence for contributing to a series of articles on autism research and the Public Education Award for Excellence in Plastic Surgery Journalism from the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, for a piece on cleft palate advances. Among favorite assignments was a feature story, published in the Los Angeles Times, tracking the members of a cardiac bypass team--from pre-op to patient recovery, including watching the operation itself. Rewards include getting letters and emails from readers saying the information in a story helped them live a healthier life or helped them convince a loved one to seek medical help. Convinced by research about the value of exercise, for health, longevity and stress reduction, she jogs and hikes regularly and grudgingly fits in boring weight workouts. She continues to hope that one of these scientists will find a way to help joggers get faster with age so her next 10K or half-marathon time will be something to brag about.
Sherri is a freelance writer specializing in the beauty and lifestyle industry. She founded DistrictStyleDaily.com, a blog that delivers an insider's perspective on beauty, men's grooming, fashion, and the latest happenings in DC, NYC, and beyond.
Tammy is a freelance writer based in Kansas City, Missouri, who has been covering healthcare for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Health.com, WebMD.com, The Economist, Bloomberg News, Men's Health, and the Kansas City Business Journal. Prior to beginning a freelance career, she was a newspaper reporter and editor. She has a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a master's degree in journalism from Northeastern University in Boston.
Jonathan Carey is a freelance journalist living in New York City. A graduate of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, his worked has appeared in Audubon and Natural History Magazine. He has also written about education for The Progres-Index, a local newspaper in Virginia, as well as for a number of music websites.
Kathleen is a writer, editor, and proofreader who currently lives in St. Louis, Mo. Her background is in journalism and medical editing. She holds an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a master's in journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. She is currently finishing a certificate in medical editing from the University of Chicago with an emphasis in interpreting biostatistics. Her writing has appeared in Live Science, Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons, Scientific American, the Huffington Post, and Fox News.
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