Nonfiction

Selected Personal Essays

A Heart Filled With Love, Not Stuff” [The New York Times]

My Mother Deserved to Die Comfortably” [The Atlantic]
The Moment I Knew” [Huffington Post]

Selected Audio

Bones Don’t Lie” [Bone Lab Radio Ep2]
Life and Limb” [Bone Lab Radio Ep4]

Treat us like you treat anyone else” [Doximity Ep1]
How This Doctor Became a Saint” [Doximity Ep2]

Selected Articles  

Healthcare 

‘Stop looking for the magic bullet’ for Obese Patients” [Doximity]
Advocates in the UK are Discussing Why #DyingMatters” [Doximity]
Dr. Esther Choo Discusses Why Advocacy is Medicine Too” [Doximity]

#WhiteCoats4BlackLives Town Hall Exposes Sense of Alienation Among UCSF Students
LGBTQI Health Forum: Transcending Heteronormativity in Health Care” [Synapse]

Health Policy 
UC SHIP in the Age of ObamaCare
Higher UC SHIP Premiums = More Benefits”
State Legislation Aims to Protect Students Using UC SHIP
UC SHIP Forum: Speak Up Before April 8 Advisory Board Meeting
UC SHIP Premiums to Rise Next Year
Is UC SHIP Sinking?”

Medical Humanities
Let’s Eat Cake and Talk About Death: the Death Cafe Movement
Shedding Light on Grief and Healing
Science and Literature Collide at Litquake 2013
Poetry at Parnassus: an Interview with Dr. David Watts

Letter from the Editor: Grad School, Like a Hike in the Woods
Tabula 2014 Intro
The Food Issue Intro

Science & Scientists

Published on BMS Cartoons and Synapse

Also published on BMS Cartoons 

After 60 Years, UCSF Student Newspaper Finds Science Writing as Vital as Ever
UC President Janet Napolitano ‘spreads the gospel of basic research’ and alternative careers for trainees
UCSF Outreach Programs Promote Diversity in Science
Dr. Susan Kools Wins 2014 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award
Life of a Grad Student”
F1000Research Joins Open Access Revolution

Arts & Culture

Music: Vienna Teng Continues to ‘Level Up’
Theater: “Underneath the Lintel”is the Answer to Your Existential Crisis
Theater: “‘Beautiful,’ the Musical, Honors Carole King

Scientific Papers

Taylor, Robert W., Jenny Y. Qi, Anna K. Talaga, Taylur P. Ma, Luyuan Pan, Clinton R. Bartholomew, Daniel J. Klionsky, Cecilia B. Moens, and Joshua T. Gamse. “Asymmetric Inhibition of Ulk2 Causes Left–Right Differences in Habenular Neuropil Formation.” The Journal of Neuroscience 31, no. 27 (2011): 9869-9878.

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