Science is for Everyone


Science can be intimidating. For both scientists and non-scientists, sifting through academic journals or talking to a professional is often overwhelming and fruitless. If people can’t understand your discoveries, what’s the point? It is our job as researchers to make the latest scientific findings accessible to the general public.

Questions about how to make that process a reality?

Want to get involved in research and/or science communication but don’t know how?

Click through the tabs above to get some inside tips, tricks, and examples. Contact me directly for more personalized outreach opportunities, guidance, and more!

Congratulations to Harrish Ganesh for his first publication!!! Harrish works with me on a whole brain analysis of locus coeruleus projections in female and male rats, and in his free time completed his own analysis of HIV binding sites. Read more about his HIV studies here!

“Every one of us has the responsibility to work to recognize and lessen barriers lest the passion for science that drives many of our best and brightest diverse young scientists is extinguished, leading them to ‘choose’ other careers.”

Ben Barres