Even people with relevant expertise can have difficulty interpreting a study, especially when the methods aren’t clearly stated in the article.
Alison Bernstein is a neuroscientist who studies Parkinson’s disease, epigenetics and neurotoxicology. Her PhD is in Biology and Biomedical Sciences from Washington University. She did two postdoctoral fellowships at Emory University, receiving additional training in neurotoxicology, neuroscience and epigenetics. Alison is now an Assistant Professor at Michigan State University.
Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance and Glyphosate
Can exposure to chemicals like glyphosate cause changes in your grandchildren through transgenerational epigenetic inheritance? This series explains.
Credibility is our currency: conflicts of interest and research misconduct
We need to talk about conflicts of interest (COIs) in scientific research. Specifically, we need to talk about the difference between COIs and research misconduct. There seems to be a misunderstanding in the media and public conversations that a COI…
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