Guest Writers

Our awesome guest writers and contributors, sorted by last name. If you’re interested in writing for us, head on over to this page to find out more!

Liam Critchley
Guest Writer

Liam is a Freelance Writer who specializes in chemistry and nanotechnology and has published over 450 articles to date. Liam is currently the Science Communications Officer for the Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) and has worked with companies, media sites and associations worldwide. Aside from writing, Liam is a Member of the Advisory Board for the National Graphene Association (NGA) and Nanotechnology World Network (NWN), and a Member of the Trustee Board for the charity GlamSci.

An Introductory Guide to Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)

Catarina Cunha
‘Write For Us’ Contributor

Catarina is a neuroscientist from Portugal, currently an Associate Professor of Child Psychiatry at NYU. She completed her Masters in Germany at Ruhr-University-Bochum, and her PhD training with Dr. George Augustine and Prof Joseph LeDoux at NYU. She has also worked on novel epigenetic drugs for OCD and anxiety, and technology-related inhibition of visual signaling in the mammalian brain. 

Epigenetic Therapies for Treatment of Mental Disorders
Creating a Truly Conscious AI – A Novel Approach
A New Hypothesis for the Increased Rates of Autism Worldwide

Tamsyn Hawken
‘Write For Us’ Contributor

Tamsyn is in the final stage of her PhD in Health Psychology, taking a biopsychosocial approach to explore young carers, stress and resilience. Alongside this, she writes a blog about her PhD experiences and with the aim of promoting a holistic approach to postgraduate study and beyond. She also runs workshops on cultivating holistic resilience in the UK for charities, academic institutions and companies.

The Stress Response – Friend or Foe?

Stephanie Ryan
Guest Writer

Stephanie Ryan founded Ryan Education Consulting LLC in 2016 and has a strong background in chemistry, biology, curriculum development and assessment. She enjoys applying her background to develop educational products and recently wrote a children’s science book for kids. Stephanie earned her Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and M.S. in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago and her B.S. in Chemistry from Saint Mary’s College.

Chemistry For Babies – The Impact of Early Science Education

Brent Wells
Guest Writer

Dr. Brent Wells, D.C. has introduced many unique chiropractic solutions in his home state of Alaska. This includes creating the Alaska Back Pain Protocol and being one of the first chiropractors in the area to combine both physical and occupational therapies at his practice Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab. As the author of over 700 articles, Dr. Wells is dedicated to helping people live a happy and pain-free life.

Sitting Too Much? The Science of Chairs, Back Pain & Health