Biography - Elia Ben-Ari

After a brief stint in biomedical research, Elia Ben-Ari left the lab bench to pursue a career as a science writer and editor, working in journalism, publishing, and public affairs. She enjoys learning and writing about diverse topics in biology and medicine ranging from molecules to ecosystems, and is also interested in the intersection of science and the humanities. Elia has a B.A. in biochemistry and a Ph.D. in pharmacology. She joined the Bulletin staff in 2010.

Selected articles by Elia Ben-Ari:

All That Glitters: A Glimpse into the Future of Cancer Screening

Nurses and Physicians Collaborate to Improve Cancer Care

A Conversation with Dr. Patricia Steeg on Redesigning Clinical Trials to Test Therapies that Could Prevent Cancer Metastasis

Unearthing Clues to Cancer Risk in the Aging Genome

Connecting the Dots: Network Analysis Helps Public Health Researchers Get the Big Picture

The Art of Medicine: Using Narrative and the Humanities in Medical Training

You Are Not Alone: Confronting the Psychosocial Challenges of Cancer in AYAs

Considering Culture When Providing Palliative Care

Miniaturized Device Puts Nanotechnology to Work in Diagnosing Cancer