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Below are a collection of interviews and news pieces that feature me and my work. If you want to find out more about what I do and why I do it, scroll through!


Interview with Plenty Magazine about my science communication, as part of a series on "Things that Give Hope." 

Interview with Plenty Magazine about my science communication, as part of a series on "Things that Give Hope." 

 
Right Turn: Considering a career in science or engineering? Blog post summarizing a Take Your Kids to Work Day tour I participated in to show 2 grade nine students what it's like to be a scientist!

Right Turn: Considering a career in science or engineering? Blog post summarizing a Take Your Kids to Work Day tour I participated in to show 2 grade nine students what it's like to be a scientist!

 
News feature on University of Toronto's official website highlighting my social media work and science communication research.

News feature on University of Toronto's official website highlighting my social media work and science communication research.

 
Interviewed on the importance of science communication. Article written by Srivindhya Kolluru

Interviewed on the importance of science communication. Article written by Srivindhya Kolluru

 
Quoted on how Twitter can be incredibly useful for networking and building a community of open access resources in science.

Quoted on how Twitter can be incredibly useful for networking and building a community of open access resources in science.

 
Featured by Beyond the Boundary on Instagram and Facebook.

Featured by Beyond the Boundary on Instagram and Facebook.

 
Interview of myself and several other scientists at the March for Science in Toronto by Global News. I am proud to have contributed a quotation to both the written and video coverage of the event.

Interview of myself and several other scientists at the March for Science in Toronto by Global News. I am proud to have contributed a quotation to both the written and video coverage of the event.

 
Coverage in a local Francophone newspaper about a French outreach activity for young kids that I was in charge of planning for the Toronto Public Library. In collaboration with a passionate team of 6 French-speaking scientists, we designed and executed a multi-step experimental puzzle to teach kids ages 5-12 about chemistry -- entirely in French.

Coverage in a local Francophone newspaper about a French outreach activity for young kids that I was in charge of planning for the Toronto Public Library. In collaboration with a passionate team of 6 French-speaking scientists, we designed and executed a multi-step experimental puzzle to teach kids ages 5-12 about chemistry -- entirely in French.

 
Interview by Raising Nerd about my research and advice for young scientists. 

Interview by Raising Nerd about my research and advice for young scientists. 

 
My Instagram account was featured in the winter 2017 publication of the Institute of Medical Science's quarterly magazine as one of the Editor's Picks for things to follow.

My Instagram account was featured in the winter 2017 publication of the Institute of Medical Science's quarterly magazine as one of the Editor's Picks for things to follow.

 
I am collaborating with the Canadian Stem Cell Foundation for the "Ask a Scientist" series in their newsletter where myself and other science communicators answer questions about stem cells posed by the general public in plain language. I got to answer the first question in the series, which was, "What's so special about mesenchymal stem cells?" You can post a stem cell question for a future newsletter by emailing info@stemcellfoundation.ca with the subject line Ask A Scientist.

I am collaborating with the Canadian Stem Cell Foundation for the "Ask a Scientist" series in their newsletter where myself and other science communicators answer questions about stem cells posed by the general public in plain language. I got to answer the first question in the series, which was, "What's so special about mesenchymal stem cells?" You can post a stem cell question for a future newsletter by emailing info@stemcellfoundation.ca with the subject line Ask A Scientist.

 
Interview with Dr. Paige Jarreau for her blog about how I use Instagram for science communication and to promote positive perceptions of scientists.

Interview with Dr. Paige Jarreau for her blog about how I use Instagram for science communication and to promote positive perceptions of scientists.

 
I was featured in the #STEMSpark series run by hEr VOLUTION, a Canadian non-profit organization working on access to innovative education and employment services to girls and young women in STEM. hEr VOLUTION promotes increased government involvement and a change in the attitude towards gender from a young age.

I was featured in the #STEMSpark series run by hEr VOLUTION, a Canadian non-profit organization working on access to innovative education and employment services to girls and young women in STEM. hEr VOLUTION promotes increased government involvement and a change in the attitude towards gender from a young age.

 
Collaboration with the fine artist Tjallien de Witte. She drew this sea of astrocytes by hand after I sent her some images of real astrocytes I had grown in the lab.

Collaboration with the fine artist Tjallien de Witte. She drew this sea of astrocytes by hand after I sent her some images of real astrocytes I had grown in the lab.

 
An homage to the benefits of attending small conferences, here's a summary of my personal experience at the 2016 annual Till & McCulloch Meeting, which I was able to attend thanks to a Medicine by Design travel award.

An homage to the benefits of attending small conferences, here's a summary of my personal experience at the 2016 annual Till & McCulloch Meeting, which I was able to attend thanks to a Medicine by Design travel award.

 
Blog post on "The Science Diaries" by Jess Tsalikis recapping the successful Ada Lovelace Day that took place on Tuesday October 11th, 2016. I was a co-chair of the event and co-host for the evening, which had over 65 enthusiastic attendees, including faculty, STEM professionals, and students.

Blog post on "The Science Diaries" by Jess Tsalikis recapping the successful Ada Lovelace Day that took place on Tuesday October 11th, 2016. I was a co-chair of the event and co-host for the evening, which had over 65 enthusiastic attendees, including faculty, STEM professionals, and students.

 
Guest feature on the SciComm Podcast hosted by Dr. Karen Ring and Dr. Mike. The episode is about science communication, PhD life, and my research on stem cells.

Guest feature on the SciComm Podcast hosted by Dr. Karen Ring and Dr. Mike. The episode is about science communication, PhD life, and my research on stem cells.

 
My introduction to the Real Scientists community prior to taking over their Twitter account for the week.

My introduction to the Real Scientists community prior to taking over their Twitter account for the week.

 
The fairwell post written about my time on the @RealScientists Twitter account, written by one of their moderators.

The fairwell post written about my time on the @RealScientists Twitter account, written by one of their moderators.

 
I was featured in a post called, "Coolest #WomenInSTEM on Instagram" by beauty and science blogger Sophie aka @ScienceBeaut.

I was featured in a post called, "Coolest #WomenInSTEM on Instagram" by beauty and science blogger Sophie aka @ScienceBeaut.

 
Article highlighting my research and thoughts about being a woman in STEM.

Article highlighting my research and thoughts about being a woman in STEM.