Dr. Christie Wilcox is a science writer based in Washington state. Through her writing, Dr. Wilcox shares her insatiable enthusiasm for biology, and she is renowned in the science blogosphere for her delicate balance of contemporary science and scientific perspective seasoned with just the right amount of wit. She pens the Science Sushi blog for Discover Magazine, and has written for a diversity of outlets, including The Washington Post, Scientific American, and The Wall Street Journal. She obtained her Ph.D. in 2014 in Cell and Molecular Biology with a specialization in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and she still lives in Hawaii where she currently works a postdoctoral trainee under the founder and director of the Pacific Cnidaria Research Laboratory, Dr. Angel Yanagihara. She continues her research on venomous animals, and her first book — Venomous, popular science book on venoms — released in August 2016. In her free time, she volunteers with schools and outreach organizations to share her enthusiasm for science with the next generation.Read more Read less
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