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Pathogens in the Permafrost: Part 3

A 46,000-year-old worm has been revived from the Russian permafrost—could deadly germs be next? In 2020, I wrote a series of blog posts about whether ancient microbes could survive millennia in the ice. As it turns out, some can.  This… Continue Reading →

3D-Printing in Medicine

Another wonderful experience writing with Mary Loftus for Emory Medicine!  I first learned about 3D-printing in middle school science, where my debate team went all-out to argue that it could be a solution to the dubious ethics of organ cloning…. Continue Reading →

KO for TB

Emory’s new Tuberculosis Center paves the way for cutting-edge research and interdisciplinary collaboration. Learn more by reading my latest article in Rollins Magazine.

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