Emily Mullin, Adjunct Faculty
Emily Mullin is the associate editor for biomedicine at MIT Technology Review, where she writes about how technology is changing our health, medicine and food. Previously, she was a regular contributor at Forbes, where she blogged about public and global health, biomedical research and innovation in healthcare. Her stories on science and medicine have also appeared in The Washington Post, Scientific American, Smithsonian Magazine, The Atlantic, Pacific Standard, The Baltimore Sun and Mental Floss.
She started her career as a reporter covering healthcare and biotechnology at the Baltimore Business Journal. There she wrote about healthcare reform in Maryland and followed the high-profile case of a local cardiologist accused of implanting unnecessary heart stents in patients.
She holds an M.A. in Science Writing from Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University. She hails from Latrobe, Pennsylvania, part of the scenic Laurel Highlands, and now lives in the Washington, D.C. area. You can view her work at emilymullin.com.