Emily Mullin, Program Coordinator
Emily Mullin is the Program Coordinator for the MA in Science Writing Program. Previously, she was an adjunct faculty member, teaching Techniques of Science-Medical Writing, one of the core courses in the program.
Also a freelance journalist, she has written about biotechnology, health, and medicine for The Washington Post, Scientific American, National Geographic, STAT, The Atlantic, Science, Quartz, Smithsonian Magazine, Pacific Standard, and The Baltimore Sun, among others. In her work, she often explores both the tremendous benefits and unintended consequences of biomedical innovation.
Emily has held staff positions at MIT Technology Review, FierceBiotech, and the Baltimore Business Journal, and was also a contributor at Forbes. She has an MA in Science Writing from Johns Hopkins University and a BS in Journalism from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. She hails from the scenic Laurel Highlands in Western Pennsylvania and now lives in Baltimore. You can view her work at emilymullin.com.