Scientific American

Scientists, Break Out of That Ivory Tower

Published online at Scientific American on September 28, 2017. “Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated.” Rosalind Franklin Recently, The Atlantic senior editor James Hamblin discussed how nearly all major physician organizations have spoken out publicly...

Short Stories

Beyond Numbers

Written in 2013. I loathed numbers.  The absolutism—the nerve! “Why number at all?” say I. No one ever understood something through numbers. Does knowing there are seven thingamabobs tell you anything about the thingamabob itself?...

Poems

Sabertruth

Published in Neurology February 25, 2014 vol. 82 no. 8 e62. Whence sounds the shout of Veritas That all is black or white? If Nature fails to fit this form, Why dogma’s wrong or right?...

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Why Psychiatry Needs Neuroscience

Originally published on Scientific American’s Blog on April 25, 2017. In April, JAMA Psychiatry published a groundbreaking addition to its lineup: an educational review intended to educate psychiatrists about neuroscience. A group of psychiatrists led by David...

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