These are two infographics I made using an online tool for a blogpost.
Infectious diseases like Zika and Dengue have been spiking on public health radars for the last few years. They are simply the latest in what is a yearly outbreak of mostly mosquito-borne diseases that regularly strike the tropical and subtropical regions of the world. These are coincidentally the same regions with large populations of the … Read morePaper Diagnostics in the Tropical World: A Complex Issue
A little over twenty years ago, doctors started prescribing a sleeping pill to men and women called Ambien. The following two decades witnessed at least 700 driving mishaps that were attributed to its usage. Many of these cases were women who were falling asleep at the wheel the morning after they had taken the drug … Read moreEnding the Sex Bias in Biomedical Research and Clinical Medicine
WTBU Radio (Played on the 6 PM slot as part of Stories for Supper) April 13, 2017 You’ve probably heard of Honk, a music festival for activist street bands, started by the Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band. It now has copycat versions in New York, Seattle, Texas, Australia and Brazil. Over … Read moreAudio: Trumpets Over Trump
Boston University News Service April 16, 2017 Here’s an interactive graphic that I made for Boston University News Service’s coverage of Boston Marathon 2017. It went along with the piece Miles of Messiness: Five Gross Ways Running a Marathon Takes Its Toll.
Joanna Cutts’ is the proprietor of Cogitania, a “land of thinkers”, that functions out of Knightmoves Café. Children of all ages gather to really think about science and art. Scientists and graduate students in the area are tutors to bright minds who are always looking to satiate their curiosity. Tutors of science are aplenty in … Read moreSoundslides: Joanna Cutts’ Cogitania