I addition to writing for print and web, I also have experience composing storyboards for animation and video.

Most recent is this animation explaining immunotherapy, which I created for Memorial Sloan Kettering, in collaboration with the animator Wenjing Wu:

The following is a selection of videos and animations I have produced in collaboration with with Really Useful Media for the Cancer Research Institute:

Immunotherapy: 5 Ways to Stop Cancer

June 18, 2015 | This series features five 1-minute animated videos that provide a quick overview of the five most common immunotherapies in use: monoclonal antibodies, checkpoint inhibitors, cancer vaccines, adoptive cell therapy, and oncolytic viruses.

Discovering the PD-1 Checkpoint: Winners of the 2014 William B. Coley Award for Tumor Immunology

Jan 5, 2015 | Winners of the 2014 Coley Award discuss their contributions to the discovery of the PD-1 checkpoint pathway. Featuring Arlene Sharpe, Gordon Freeman, and Lieping Chen.

front lines2Cancer Immunotherapy At the Front Lines

Nov 25, 2014 | Hear what it’s like to work with cancer immunotherapies from someone with a front row seat. In this video, Margaret Callahan, M.D., Ph.D., an oncologist at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, discusses why she became interested in cancer immunotherapy and how it’s made a difference in the lives of her patients.

corrieFinding Answers to Help All Cancer Patients

May 22, 2014 | Cancer Research Institute postdoctoral fellow and cancer survivor Corrie Painter discusses her research using zebra fish as a model system to study melanoma.

lasting legacyA Lasting Legacy: The Cancer Research Institute

May 13, 2014 | Cancer immunologists reflect on the role that the Cancer Research Institute has played in the evolution of the field.

gut responses

Gut Responses: Microbes, Inflammation, and Cancer

April 4, 2014 | Cancer Research Institute postdoctoral fellows discuss their work on the intestinal “microbiome” and what it tells us about cancer and cancer treatment.

firePutting Out the Fire: Reducing Cancer-causing Inflammation

March 25, 2104 | Dr. Michael Karin discusses the under-appreciated role of inflammation in tumor growth and progression.

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