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Jocelyn Solis-Moreira

Expertise

Public Health, Women's Health, Medical Research, Neuroscience

Education

Binghamton University

Highlights

I am passionate about making health information accessible for everyone, including explaining complex research studies and clinical trials to those who need it most. 

— Jocelyn Solis-Moreira

Experience

Jocelyn Solis-Moreira is a health and science journalist focusing on research about medicine and public health. Her work covers different topics, including cancer research, women's health, coronavirus, and more. Jocelyn has previously worked for Medical News Today, Insider, HealthDay, Lifeology, and Health Digest.

Education

Jocelyn has both a Master's of psychology concentrating on behavioral neuroscience and a Bachelor's in integrative neuroscience from Binghamton University–State University of New York.

 

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