My new paper, “When Personal Feels Invasive: Foreseeing Challenges in Precision Medicine Communication“, has just been published in Journal of Health Communication!
Meta-analyses are no small feat, but the hard work pays off! My major project of the past year — a meta-analysis of narrative persuasion research — recently earned a top student paper award at the 2017 AEJMC conference in Chicago. For this project, I synthesized studies of the effect of narratives on audience resistance. Narratives are frequently used inRead More
I spent this summer at the National Cancer Institute as a research fellow between master’s and PhD programs, and it was a blast! The National Cancer Institute is one of 27 institutions in the National Institutes of Health (NIH). My appointment was with the Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch, where I joined projects related to cancerRead More