Massive Science helps scientists share stories about their work and lives in pursuit of a more informed, rational, and curious society. As a member of their Consortium of subject-matter experts, I provided peer comments, shared lab notes, and wrote science articles about technology, neuroscience, and palliative care among others.
Published in collaboration with PBS Next Avenue and Forbes, Longevity Innovators was a year-long project on the latest trends and insights regarding healthy aging. I interviewed 18 visionaries that shared their vision for a better future including Alan Alda, Arianna Huffington, Regina Blackburn, and Elizabeth Blackburn among others
Future of Aging quarterly is a multimedia publication focused on critical challenges and opportunities of an aging global population. I prepared five themed issues and thirteen chapters with the goal of elevating the discussion about healthy longevity. Chapters focused on caregiving, housing, innovation, biomedicine, healthcare, etc.
Policy Interns is a voice for Washington DC interns to express their views on policy issues facing our world today. The website has both a front row seat to the policy-making process and a unique voice of the digital generation. Topics include but are not limited to health care, regulation, foreign policy, and technology among others.
In mid-2014, I founded Global Health Aging. Many organizations including ehospice GOOD Magazine and Seniors Matters have cited topical blog posts about dementia and caregiving among others. Georgetown University’s Dahlgren Memorial Library recognized the website as a research resource for aging and age-related diseases.
In late 2012, I co-founded Global Health Africa. The website featured a broad range of research, opinions and breaking news on health in Africa. Several organizations including Next Billion and Ventures Africa have cited topical blog posts about elder abuse and Ebola among others. Articles were also published on Global Health Hub.
The Milken Institute works to increase global prosperity by advancing collaborative solutions that widen access to capital, create jobs and improve health. I wrote four blog posts for the Institute blog about cities and health among others. I also wrote an article for National Aging Life Care Month that was published on the MI website.
The Dementia Diaries is a book for young persons about dementia. Written for SILK (Social Innovations Lab for Kent) Kent County Council and NHS, Dementia Diaries is the result of the Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia. The book is a challenge to change people’s understanding of dementia and to raise awareness across the UK.