Publications by date

2022

Seeking Pain Relief With Fewer Side Effects IEEE PULSE April 20, 2022

The Search for Pain Biomarkers IEEE PULSE March 12, 2022

How Biology Prepares Us for Love and Connection Greater Good February 24, 2022

Finding New Ways to Treat Diabetes and Other Inflammatory Diseases Advanced Photon Source (Argonne National Laboratory) January 11, 2022

2021

We Want to Have Deeper Conversations With Strangers. Why Don’t We? Greater Good December 2, 2021

Probing the Future of Psychedelics for Mental Health IEEE PULSE August 21, 2021

Engineering New Treatments for Cancer Advanced Photon Source (Argonne National Laboratory) July 6, 2021

Five Reasons to Share Your Mental Health Struggles Greater Good June 23, 2021

Determining How Antibodies Target the Virus That Causes COVID-19 Advanced Photon Source (Argonne National Laboratory) May 24, 2021

How to experience more wow Psyche May 5, 2021

New Apps Drive Health Care Innovation, Access to Care IEEE PULSE April 21, 2021

New Advances in Neurostimulation for Chronic Pain IEEE PULSE February 23, 2021

2020

COVID-19 Is Straining Mental Health—Could Technology Be the Answer? IEEE PULSE August 14, 2020

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Psychiatry IEEE PULSE June 29, 2020

Is climate grief something new? American Psychological Association February 19, 2020

2019

What Awe Looks Like in the Brain Greater Good October 19, 2019

Social media’s growing impact on our lives (Part 2) American Psychological Association September 27, 2019

Social media’s growing impact on our lives (part 1) American Psychological Association September 20, 2019

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month: Three research advances that may improve patient care Cardinal Health July 1, 2019

How Thinking About the Future Makes Life More Meaningful Mindful May 6, 2019 (reprint from Greater Good)

How Thinking About the Future Makes Life More Meaningful Greater Good May 1, 2019

2018

Eight Ways Awe Boosts Your Well-Being Mindful October 2, 2018 (reprint from Greater Good)

Eight Reasons Why Awe Makes Your Life Better Greater Good September 26, 2018

Do Men Have a Gratitude Problem? Greater Good August 15, 2018

Why Is Gratitude So Hard for Some People? Greater Good May 10, 2018

Is Gratitude Good for Your Health? Greater Good March 5, 2018

2017

Ten Ways to Encourage People to Give MoreGreater Good November 27, 2017

Five Ways Music Can Make You a Better Person Greater Good November 14, 2017

How Your Brain Stops a Bad Day from Making You Hate Everyone Mindful October 10, 2017 (reprint from Greater Good)

How Your Brain Stops a Bad Day from Making You Hate Everyone Greater Good September 27, 2017

Five Limits Your Brain Puts on Generosity Greater Good August 28, 2017

Animal Models IEEE PULSE July 27, 2017

Does Good Government Make People More Generous? Greater Good June 7, 2017

What Happens in a Child’s Brain When They Learn to Empathize? Mindful May 10, 2017 (reprint from Greater Good)

What Happens in a Child’s Brain When They Learn to Empathize? Greater Good May 3, 2017

Can Empathy Protect You from Burnout? Greater Good April 26, 2017

What’s the Best Strategy for Empathy? Greater Good April 10, 2017

How to Hack Your Brain for Peak Performance Greater Good February 17, 2017

Cancer Survivors IEEE PULSE February 15, 2017

Electronic Health Records in Veterinary Medicine IEEE PULSE January 23, 2017

2016

Is Your Empathy Determined by Your Genes? Greater Good December 6, 2016

Open Mind Brown Medicine Magazine Fall 2016

An Invisible World OpenStax Microbiology (textbook) published November 1, 2016

The Nervous System [pdf] OpenStax Biology (textbook) published October 12, 2016

Can Mindfulness Help Parents and Preteens Have Better Relationships? Greater Good September 27, 2016

Healing the Burn IEEE PULSE July 16, 2016

How Nature Helps Fathers Nurture (w/Jeremy Adam Smith) Greater Good June 15, 2016

New Prostheses and Orthoses Step Up Their Game IEEE PULSE May 23, 2016

Giving Voice to Emotion IEEE PULSE May 23, 2016

Bumpy launch for new clozapine monitoring program Schizophrenia Research Forum May 10, 2016

Deviation from family cognitive aptitude may help predict schizophrenia risk Schizophrenia Research Forum April 19, 2016

How Happy Brains Respond to Negative Things (w/Jeremy Adam Smith) Mindful March 29, 2016 (reprint from Greater Good)

How Happy Brains Respond to Negative Things (w/Jeremy Adam Smith) Greater Good March 17, 2016

New study finds schizophrenia risk gene TCF4 regulates neuronal excitability Schizophrenia Research Forum March 16, 2016

New study shows nonrandom mating in people with psychiatric disorders Schizophrenia Research Forum March 4, 2016

C4 genes tune schizophrenia risk, synaptic pruning Schizophrenia Research Forum February 25, 2016

New compounds may help probe the glutamate hypothesis of schizophrenia Schizophrenia Research Forum February 18, 2016

Fountain of Health Brown Medicine Magazine Winter 2016

2015

How Our Brains Make Us Generous (w/Jill Suttie) Greater Good December 21, 2015

New study looks at causes of premature mortality in people with schizophrenia Schizophrenia Research Forum November 7, 2015

New Imaging Technology May Help Doctors Diagnose Amyloidosis IEEE PULSE September 28, 2015

Talking Sense IEEE PULSE August 17, 2015

Building a Better Breast Pump IEEE PULSE June 17, 2015

FDA changes rules regarding clozapine Schizophrenia Research Forum June 15, 2015

Hacking Away IEEE PULSE April 15, 2015

Cortical changes and medication effects in early schizophrenia Schizophrenia Research Forum February 23, 2015

Spontaneous gamma power higher in schizophrenia Schizophrenia Research Forum February 3, 2015

Car seats are a (life-saving) pain. But do they have to be? Washington Post January 13, 2015

Under the Skin Brown Medicine Magazine Winter 2015

2014

Psychotic Symptoms In Young People Portend Later Problems Schizophrenia Research Forum December 1, 2014

Branching Out Brown Medicine Magazine Fall 2014

The Sharing Effect Greater Good November 24, 2014

Can Diversity Make You a Better Communicator? Greater Good November 10, 2014

AAAS Fellow Roy Curtiss Talks Vaccines, Microbiome and the Rewards of a Life in Science AAAS.org News November 6, 2014

Quick the Probe, Sharp the Molecular Image [pdf] Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News November 1, 2014

Clinical Mass Spec Attains Critical Mass [pdf] Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News September 15, 2014

Can mindfulness help mothers of children with severe disabilities? [pdf]Greater Good August 25, 2014

Image of the Week: Sensing the World through Whiskers [pdf] BrainFacts August 22, 2014

Communicating Climate Change with AAAS Member Ray Weymann AAAS.org News August 4, 2014

AAAS Fellow Daniel Berg Receives Siwei Cheng ‘Genius’ Award AAAS.org News July 23, 2014

What We’re Reading: Enjoy Your Cells Washington Post June 3, 2014

Corruption of the Tumor Microenvironment [pdf] Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News June 1, 2014

Pain Sensitization Helps Injured Squid Survive Predators [pdf] Pain Research Forum May 19, 2014

Be a Scientist-Citizen with Climate Voices AAAS.org News May 9, 2014

Virus-Based Optogenetics Provides On and Off Switches for Pain [pdf] Pain Research Forum March 3, 2014

2014 Annual Meeting: Exploring the Science of Food Addiction AAAS.org News February 17, 2014

2014 Annual Meeting: Exploring the Many Effects of Mother’s Milk AAAS.org News February 17, 2014

2014 Annual Meeting: Using Natural Resources to Help Agriculture Respond to Climate Change AAAS.org News February 17, 2014

2014 Annual Meeting: How to Start Sharing Your Science on Social Media AAAS.org News February 14, 2014

Interview with Breakthrough Prize-Winning Neurologist and AAAS Fellow Mahlon DeLong AAAS.org News February 4, 2014

A new resource for disabled Ph.D. students and those who support them Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) January 27, 2014

Is farm bill’s ‘Sound Science Act’ a Trojan horse? Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) January 13, 2014

Could bringing back a little known agency make Congress more tech literate? (AAAS MemberCentral) Capitol Connection January 8, 2014

Google autocomplete suggests that scientists are ‘stupid, liberal, liars’ Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) January 7, 2014

2013

Study determines which psychology findings are replicable Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) December 18, 2013

Will a re-organization at NASA end early planetary science careers? Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) December 17, 2013

On sexism, bobblehead dolls, and female scientists Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) December 12, 2103

Should we change how we look at P values? Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) December 4, 2013

The price of a retracted paper Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) November 25, 2013

Putting the spotlight on women of color in science Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) November 11, 2013

Publicly funded research spurs private sector success Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) November 11, 2013

Can the Winnower flip scientific publishing on its head? Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) November 1, 2013

NIH to stop funding K-12 and public education programs Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) October 21, 2013

Five ways the government shutdown shut down science Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) October 17, 2013

The Multitasking Mind[pdf]BrainFacts October 9, 2013

Yale lab forced to reduce size by attrition Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) September 30, 2013

NIH launches website devoted to workforce initiatives Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) September 12, 2013

Why do some graduate students take longer to finish their Ph.D.s? Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) September 10, 2013

Parental leave resources for grad students and postdocs Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) August 28, 2013

Wikipedia edit-a-thon increases recognition for women in science Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) August 13, 2013

Funding science today may lead to the next iPhone[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) July 30, 2013

What will happen to NASA’s Asteroid Initiative Mission?[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) July 26, 2013

NIH shortens postdocs’ ‘Pathway to Independence’[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) July 23, 2013

Family friendly writing retreat a win for early career scientists[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) July 12, 2013

NIH seeks new uses for pharmaceutical compounds[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) July 8, 2013

Some thoughts on politicians and science[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) June 28, 2013

Improving undergraduate research experiences with WebGURU[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) June 26, 2013

Will the Chemical Safety Improvement Act improve chemical safety?[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) June 10, 2013

F1000Research journal wants to publish more negative results[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) June 5, 2013

Senator Whitehouse speaks out about climate change[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) May 28, 2013

Career exploration resources for grad students and postdocs[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) May 22, 2013

Is the ‘High Quality Research Act’ the antithesis of science?[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) May 20, 2013

A look at the NIH sequestration policies[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) May 20, 2013

Help budding scientists–be a Science Buddy![pdf]AAAS Serves (AAAS MemberCentral) May 10, 2013

The ‘irreproducibility’ problem[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) May 1, 2013

Congresswoman proposes STEM Opportunities Act[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) April 16, 2013

What exactly is Obama’s $100 million BRAIN Initiative?[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) April 15, 2013

Report: Dept. of Energy should consolidate, close labs[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) April 11, 2013

Will robots be as transformative as the Internet?[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) April 1, 2013

NIH offers new grant for non-academic career training[pdf]Capitol Connection (AAAS MemberCentral) March 25, 2013

Career planning for scientists[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) March 20, 2013

11 tips for communicating science to the public[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) March 13, 2013

Bringing CLARITY to the study of the brain[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) March 11, 2013

Crowdfunding science: Were giant tyrannosaurs cannibalistic scavengers?[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) February 25, 2013

A discussion about the future of science careers with Paula Stephan[pdf]Member Spotlight (AAAS MemberCentral) February 14, 2013

Why is medicine better than science at retaining women?[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) February 11, 2013

Can you explain your research using only the 1000 most common words?[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) February 4, 2013

Can rehab help scientists guilty of misconduct?[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) January 25, 2013

10 ways scientists can benefit from Twitter[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) January 15, 2013

Scratching at the neuroscience of itch[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) January 14, 2013

2012

Project ARISE brings scientists and mobile labs into biology classrooms[pdf]STEM.edu (AAAS MemberCentral) December 31, 2012

Play a game and help scientists map the connectome with EyeWire[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) December 31, 2012

Study: Facial expressions of intense joy and anguish are indistinguishable[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) December 26, 2012

Study: Pollutants may delay human pregnancies[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) December 10, 2012

Engineering self-destructing Salmonella to make better vaccines[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) November 26, 2012

SciStarter helps citizen scientists discover new projects[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) November 20, 2012

What are the best ways to increase the number of women in computer science?[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) November 15, 2012

Ancient DNA provides glimpse into bowhead whale diversity[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) November 12, 2012

Scientists experiment with a new way to fund their research[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) October 22, 2012

In Guam, more snakes means fewer birds — and many spiders[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) October 18, 2012

Should a scientific journal article be retracted if its conclusions are wrong?[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) October 11, 2012

Zooniverse lets citizen scientists analyze large datasets[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) October 8, 2012

Does gender bias play a role in the leaky pipeline after all?[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) October 1, 2012

Study: Mice fed a high fat diet show evidence of neuron rewiring [pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) September 24, 2012

Study: Light from backlit electronics suppresses melatonin release[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) September 21, 2012

How do male scientists balance lab life with home life?[pdf]Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) September 7, 2012

Six reasons to develop a lab website [pdf] Driving Force (AAAS MemberCentral) August 30, 2012

‘Curse’ may explain why daughters live longer than sons[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) August 14, 2012

Is it time to rework how genetics is taught?[pdf]STEM.edu (AAAS MemberCentral) August 21, 2012

Does the science support a ban on female athletes with high testosterone levels?[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) August 8, 2012

Study: Changing bee behavior changes bee brains[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) August 6, 2012

Is “stereotype threat” driving women away from science?[pdf]STEM.edu (AAAS MemberCentral) July 27, 2012

Study explores multiple roles of oxytocin[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) July 23, 2012

Changing biomedical training[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) July 12, 2012

Bacteria: you just never know what side they’re on[pdf]Qualia (AAAS MemberCentral) July 9, 2012

Some thoughts on community outreach[pdf]AAAS Serves (AAAS MemberCentral) June 20, 2012