Jennifer Welsh Science and Health Writer Very Well

Jennifer Welsh

Science & Health Writer

Expertise

Cancer, Virology

Education

University of Notre Dame, University of California, Santa Cruz

Highlights

My goal as a science communicator is to clearly and concisely share quality, accurate information to help make your life healthier and happier. 

— Jennifer Welsh

Experience

Jennifer Welsh is a Connecticut-based science writer and editor with over ten years of science communication experience under her belt. Before becoming a writer and editor, Jen spent several years at the lab bench, doing hands-on cancer research, then joining an anti-viral drug discovery biotech startup. 

Jen has previously worked and written for WIRED Science, The Scientist, Discover Magazine, LiveScience, and Business Insider.

Education

Jen has a Bachelors’s degree in Biological Sciences from The University of Notre Dame and a Graduate Certificate in Science Communication from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Verywell Health Editorial Process

Verywell Health is an award-winning online resource for reliable, understandable, and up-to-date health information on the medical topics that matter most to you. We take a human approach to health and wellness content and reach more than 300 million readers annually.

Our editorial team includes writers, editors, and fact checkers who make sure our information is clear, accurate, and useful so you can make confident choices about your health.

Our writers are notable voices in their respective disciplines, from physicians to medical journalists to patients/patient advocates. These individuals are specifically selected for their extensive knowledge and real-world experience, as well as their ability to communicate complex information in a clear, helpful, and unbiased way.

Our team of qualified and experienced fact checkers provide a critical step in our commitment to content integrity. Fact checkers rigorously review articles for accuracy, relevance, and timeliness. We use only the most current and reputable primary references, including peer-reviewed medical journals, government organizations, academic institutions, and advocacy associations.

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