I am an award-winning writer focused primarily on health, medicine, and technology. I can help you communicate complex information to consumers and health care providers, and keep your audience interested until the last word.
I have worked as a writer or editor for most of my professional career. I hold two master’s degrees in English and writing and I have a certificate in technical communication. In 1999, I began covering health topics, and I have freelanced since 2003.
My freelance projects include news articles, blog posts, feature articles, newsletters, and online courses. I also co-authored The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Vaccinations in 2009.
I am especially interested in pediatrics, nutrition, emergency medicine, and medical technology, and I regularly write about public and family health on my blog MedFly. In 2010, MedFly was selected to join the BlogHer Publishing Network.
A resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, I also write about local topics, such as K-12 education, the slow food movement, and Bay Area hiking spots.