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Loren DeVito, PhD, is a trained neuroscientist and science writer. She studied memory and the cognitive deficits associated with schizophrenia as part her graduate work at Boston University under Howard Eichenbaum. She conducted post-doctoral work on neurogenesis and Alzheimer’s disease at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, ON. Over the past 5 years, Loren has worked as a science and medical writer in the pharmaceutical, non-profit, and health care industries. Read more about her work at Stickyink.net.
Erik Driscoll is the founder of Neuroscience News. The website was started in 2001 while Erik was a neuroscience undergraduate at the University of California at Riverside. All website development, content posting, social networking, science communications and editing is usually done by Erik. In addition to Neuroscience News, Erik works on numerous science related websites and projects. These include science crowdfunding, open access science journals, citizen science labs, robotics, brain machine interfaces, deep learning, science communication, green electricity and other science related projects.