Oral interviews & podcasts


  • After the PhD: Interview with Adriana Bankston – Video interview, Beyond the Professoriate, January 23, 2020
  • (Title TBD) – Oral interview, NSPN annual symposium, November 2, 2019 (Kevin Lauterjung, Perpetual Notion Machine) 
  • Women in STEM interview – Oral interview, “Mission Unstoppable” TV show, June 10, 2019 (educational television show that focuses on women who work in STEM, Litton Entertainment, to air at a later point)
  • Future of Research in the biomedical transparency space – Oral speaker interview, Biomedical Transparency Summit, Bethesda, MD, February 15, 2019 (Future of Research projects, where biomedical transparency is going, transparency tips for PhD students)
  • Advocacy video interview – Oral interview, recorded at ASCB Annual Meeting, Mary Spiro, December 4, 2017 (importance of advocating for science, and ways people can advocate to really make a difference)
  • March for Science* – Oral history interview, Adam Shapiro, April 4 & May 8, 2017 (via Skype, to be transcribed in 2018 by Center for Oral History of the Chemical Heritage Foundation)


  • Why should anyone care about postdoctoral salaries? – Recorded intro video for ‘How to Clearly Communicate Your Science to Any Audience’ course, Bayer Strategic Consulting, April 23, 2019 (used as an example)
  • ASBMB Annual Meeting video** – Recorded video for 2019 meeting, February 5, 2019
  • How you can make change today – Recorded video as a final assignment for the ASBMB ‘Art of Science Communication’ course, March 31, 2017 (postdoctoral salaries/biomedical workforce)



  • Science policy careers – Phone interview, Brittany Berger (part of the course “Careers for Ph.D.s in Life Sciences” [GENE 8200] at University of Georgia examining transitions from benchwork to a non-research based career), February 10, 2020
  • Transitioning into a science policy career path – Invited speaker, NSPN Eastern Hub monthly meeting, January 27, 2020
  • Policy careers for PhD recipients – Phone interview, Chen Dong (part of a project at Washington University of St. Louis examining non-academic career paths for PhD recipients), February 21, 2019
  • Informally provided career advice to several academics from various U.S. universities (science policy careers, or more general advice)

*Official title TBD (noted for topic)

**Video wasn’t used, ASBMB changed project plan 

***Focused on my career transition from the bench to science policy, as well as various experiences in the policy space