In Scripto Articles written by Carolyn Beam:
- Issue Two Forgetting Politics: The Influence of Age on Cognitive Function
Sarah M. Cork
Sarah is a rising 4th-year Ph.D. candidate in the Neuroscience Program. Her dissertation research focuses on the characterization of a novel angiogenesis inhibitor and its potential for brain cancer therapy. She enjoys scientific research but hopes to keep her future career options broad by developing her science writing skills.
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Jill Harley Dunham
Jill is Co-Managing Editor for In Scripto. She currently is wrapping up her dissertation work in the Molecular and Systems Pharmacology Department. Her research focuses on receptor trafficking and Parkinson’s disease. She currently also is working as a freelance writer, and has also done a lot of work with the Georgia Department of Economic Development in preparation for the International BIO 2009 conference held in Atlanta, GA in May.
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Kathryn (Freel) Knoop
Kathryn is a third year graduate student in the Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis program and is doing thesis research in Dr. Ifor Williams' lab. She is currently studying mechanisms of pathogen uptake within the gut, focusing on M cells and how they develop. Kathryn has always had an interest in journalism, and is excited to be on In Scripto's founding editorial board.
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Amena H. Frias
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Lisa Gargano is Co-Managing Editor for In Scripto and a recent graduate of the Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis program at Emory University. In addition to working at her lab bench, she enjoys writing for local science magazines like Hybrid Vigor and In Scripto. Lisa plans to pursue a career in public health with the completion of her Ph.D.
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Chelsey Goins is a 4th year Ph.D. student in the Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis program. She is completing her dissertation research in Dr. Joshy Jacob's lab at the Emory Vaccine Center, studying antibody responses to immunization. After graduating Chelsey plans to pursue a career in science policy, focusing on public school science education standards. She likes cats and Sour Punch Straws.
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Lydia is the photographer for In Scripto and a 4th year student in the Genetics and Molecular Biology PhD program at Emory. As an undergraduate, Lydia did some feature writing for the University of Iowa publication Content Magazine. Aside from the many hours spent in lab, Lydia has focused her graduate studies on teaching undergraduate science from an active/interactive learning perspective. She hopes to find time to further pursue her interest in photography in the near future.
In Scripto Articles written by Lydia Morris:
- Issue One: The Road Less Traveled: Diverting off the Ph.D. Path
Alexander is currently a graduate student in Neuroscience at Emory University and is now happily trudging through his fourth year on the road to his Ph.D. He was also the senior editor of The Central Sulcus, the Neuroscience program's quarterly newsletter, from September 2006 to February 2008 and is the author of its "Food for Thought" series that discusses how food affects brain function. Alex wishes to be a dedicated professor once he finishes his studies and hopes to continue writing science articles aimed toward the general public.
In Scripto Articles written by Alexander Poplawsky:
Kristen is a 5th year Ph.D. candidate in the Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis Program. Her dissertation research focuses on the role of T cells in autoimmune disease. Kristen’s passion for science stems from her interest in health and disease. She believes in the importance of good science communication to the general public and currently writes a blog discussing how science affects your daily life.
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Shala L. Thomas
Shala is a Ph.D. candidate in the Molecular and Systems Pharmacology graduate program with an emphasis in cancer pharmacology and therapeutics. Her future career goals include pursuing an industry position in medical affairs and communications. She is currently a freelance medical writer and editor while in her last year of graduate dissertation work.
In Scripto Articles written by Shala L. Thomas:
- Issue One Copy Editor
Pearl J. Young
Pearl Young has recently begun graduate studies in history while completing her undergraduate degree in physics and history. She enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics, including things and happenings of the past as well as current news and people. She is particularly interested in personal stories of individuals and how their perspectives, choices, and philosophies created the world we live in today.
In Scripto Articles written by Pearl J. Young:
- Issue Three 3 Questions