Hi! I’m Betty and I’m a scientist-turned-strategic research communicator. I started this blog in 2015 at the end of my PhD when I was looking for a way to practice my science communication skills and build a portfolio for myself. Since then, I have worked in various research communications roles where I’ve been able to leverage my academic training and expertise to tell impactful stories about science.

I am passionate about infectious diseases, antibiotic stewardship and public health so you will likely see a fair number of posts on those topics. But let’s be honest, all science is pretty neat and I will try my best to cover a wide variety of topics. Lately my interests have extended into non-science topics so you may even find me writing about art or literature! If you have suggestions for topics you’d like me to cover, feel free to leave a comment below or drop me a line at eatreadscience@gmail.com.


3 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m one of those “conspiracy nuts” we hear so much about. I only caution you not to get caught up in all the hype of taking this vaccine or drug as a preventative of this, that or the other, only to later discover it is designed to either dumb-down the populace, or reduce it. Just as in Cancer, there is a malignancy in this world and its ugly name is government…



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