I’m a freelance journalist in Boston writing mostly about biomedicine and life science, particularly public health, pregnancy, gender, genomics, and technology used in medicine. I’ve written for The New York Times, Slate, Nature, National Geographic, Smithsonian, High Country News, STAT, New Scientist, MIT Technology Review, Undark, and other publications. During the previous lab-based stage of my life cycle, I studied flower development genes, grew colonies of microscopic mites that live on beetles, and looked for disease resistance in grapevines.
You can find me on Twitter @AnnaNowo or email me.
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