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Emily Mullin

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Washington, D.C.
Associate Editor, Biomedicine — MIT Technology Review

Associate editor, @techreview. I write about how technology is changing health and medicine. Also: science writing instructor, @johnshopkins.

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Biography

I am a science journalist exploring the intersection of health and humanity. Currently, I serve as MIT Technology Review’s associate editor for biomedicine, where I look for stories about how technology is changing medicine and scientific research. I am particularly interested in patient-driven n...

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@emilylmullin — 5,044 followers, 11,945 tweets

Dec 10, 2017

This makes me feel lucky that I work from home, but this is unacceptable for the hundreds of thousands of people that rely on @WMATA everyday to get to and from work. https://t.co/u813RFKWji

Dec 10, 2017

This makes me feel lucky that I work from home, but this is unacceptable for the hundreds of thousands of people that rely on @WMATA everyday to get to and from work. https://t.co/u813RFKWji #unstuckmetro

Dec 10, 2017

Women were the original computer programmers—that is, until men pushed them out of their jobs. Great piece by @mims:  https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-first-women-in-tech-didnt-leavemen-pushed-them-out-1512907200 

Dec 10, 2017

RT @razibkhan: And yet Taylor Swift has been silent on this issue. One must assume she condones biohacking  https://twitter.com/antonioregalado/status/937774875246284800 

Dec 08, 2017

RT @antonioregalado: Statement: Association of gene therapy experts, @ASGCTherapy "strongly discourages individuals from administering o…

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What was your first job as a journalist?

I covered healthcare and biotechnology for a business newspaper.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes! I own a functional 1960s-era Olivetti-Underwood.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

A journalist doesn't just regurgitate facts. A good journalist is also a good storyteller.