Summer E. Allen is a scientist-turned-writer and editor. She has a PhD in neuroscience from Brown University. She specializes in writing about science, health, and biotechnology.
New biosensors and technologies--including those for bone regrowth and wound healing--advance animal health care while also providing a fertile testing ground for human health
Electronic Health Records in Veterinary Medicine
Why a tree kangaroo might have a better electronic medical record than you do
The success story that's straining health care
Brown Medicine Magazine
Tens of millions of people died in the influenza pandemic of 1918. People were dying so quickly that there was a shortage of coffins and grave diggers, and funerals had to be limited to 15 minutes.
AAAS Fellow Roy Curtiss talks vaccines, microbiome and the ...
AAAS Fellow Roy Curtiss talks vaccines, microbiome ...
Healing the Burn- IEEE PULSE
Advances in burn treatment technoogy aim to save lives, lessen pain and scarring. July/August 2016 Featured Article
What We're Reading: Enjoy Your Cells - The Washington Post
What We're Reading: Enjoy Your Cells - The Washingt...
New Prostheses and Orthoses Step Up Their Game - IEEE PULSE
Motorized knees, robotic hands, and exosuits mark advances in rehabilitation technology. May 2016 Featured Article
Giving Voice to Emotion - IEEE PULSE
Voice analysis technology uncovering mental states is playing a growing role in medicine, business, and law enforcement. May 2016 Featured Article
C4 Genes Tune Schizophrenia Risk, Synaptic Pruning
Schizophrenia Research Forum: News
Fountain of Health - Brown Medicine Magazine
Aging is unavoidable, but science might help us do it better.
Building a Better Breast Pump - IEEE PULSE
New Imaging Technology May Help Doctors Diagnose Amyloidosis ...
New Imaging Technology May Help Doctors Diagnose Am...
Eight Reasons Why Awe Makes Your Life Better
Research suggests that awe can make you happier, healthier, more humble, and more connected to the people around you.
Hacking Away | IEEE PULSE