Guiden: The False Positive


Mary Guiden (@marygseattle) brings a journalist’s ferocity and a patient’s perspective to her review of an industry-sponsored forum on mammography. Mary, who is a University of Washington communications manager and blogger, shares her [ ...more ]

Rochman: Mothers Benefit from Invention


It all starts with a bikelight in Bonnie Rochman’s New York Times magazine story, “The MacGyver Cure for Cancer.” Bonnie (@brochman) follows the crowdsourced development of a cervical cancer screening device from an idea in [ ...more ]

Hughes: Brains!


Rebecca Hughes (@GHResearch) shows us why zombies aren’t the only beings seeking brains. Joint research projects by the University of Washington, the Allen Institute for Brain Science and Group Health Research Institute [ ...more ]

Ansley: Health Wisdom


David Ansley (@DavidAnsley), in addition to enhancing the NSWA website with sumptious nature photos (just look up), is helping us make informed health decisions. David does talks and web development for Choosing Wisely, a national [ ...more ]

Silberner: Pressing Research


Numbers. Contacts. Advance notice. Joanne Silberner (@jsilberner), artist-in-residence at the University of Washington, tells scientists exactly what journalists need to tell a research story accurately in her excellent talk on “How to Work with the Press in [ ...more ]