Science Blogs

Blogging since 2013.

The CIRM Stem Cellar


I blog about the latest stem cell news for the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. We're a state agency that funds promising stem cell research to accelerate stem cell treatments to patients with unmet medical needs. I've written over 200 blogs about exciting advancements in the field of regenerative medicine. A few of my favorites are below.


Can Stem Cell Therapies Help ALS Patients?

Read about a California scientist’s fifteen-year journey to develop a stem cell-based therapy that could one day help patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.


Scientists make nerve cells damaged in spinal cord injury

Learn about a new potential stem cell-based strategy for restoring movement in patients with spinal cord injury.


Five Cool Stem Cell Technologies To Tell Your Friends

The potential of stem cell technologies are endless - from printing new body parts to engineering new cancer-fighting therapies. 

Making beating heart cells from stem cells just got easier

Here's a simple, easy way to make beating heart cells from human stem cells that will hopefully aid therapy development for heart disease.

Science of Aging Blog at the Buck Institute


I founded the Science of Aging (SAGE) blog while I was a postdoc at the Buck Institute. The goal of this blog is to discuss the fundamental mechanisms of aging and the latest research on extending human health/lifespan. I started SAGE to give scientists (including myself) the opportunity to develop their science communication skills and to help the Buck Institute connect with the research community and the public.

Guest Blogging


I enjoy guest blogging about my career path from PhD to science communications manager. Check out my latest guest blogs on my Features page.

Science Writing


Events Correspondent

Provided event recaps of life science conferences and meetings in the San Francisco Bay Area.