Hi, I'm Stephanie, a senior technology reporter at BuzzFeed News. I live in San Francisco.
I write about how technology is changing science, health, and society. Some of the things I write most about are genetics, wearable devices, biohacking, biomedicine, and digital health startups. But I'm also interested in agriculture and food, forensic science, and the pharmaceutical industry. I'm always curious about the ethical, legal, and human consequences of turning scientific discoveries into businesses.
I was previously a reporter at The San Francisco Chronicle, where I covered the biotechnology and digital health industry, as well as medical and scientific research. My reporting has also appeared in The Albany Times-Union, The Washington Post, Inside Higher Ed, The Virginian-Pilot and the Pasadena Star-News.
I frequently speak on panels about health, science, technology, and journalism, and am available for speaking opportunities.
I grew up in Southern California, graduated from UC Berkeley, and live in San Francisco. I love the great state of California, history, art, travel, solitude, and Alfred Hitchcock movies. I tolerate running.
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