• Science Communication

    Science Communication

    Communication is a critical part of the scientific process: It is how scientists share their discoveries with each other and non-scientists alike.

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Katie Moisse
Katie Moisse
Assistant Professor
TAB 104J
(905) 525-9140 ext. 20017
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Dr. Katie Moisse is a science journalist teaching science communication in the School of Interdisciplinary Science. Her stories have appeared in Scientific American, Spectrum and The Atlantic. She was Digital Health Editor for ABC News, leading the network’s national online coverage of countless outbreaks and other important health stories. She has a Ph.D in pathology from the University of Western Ontario, an M.Sc. in neuroscience from King's College London and an M.Sc. in journalism from Columbia University.
Science communication, media, global health, public health

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LIFESCI 2G03

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Dr. Moisse's research examines the role of the media in shaping perceptions about health and science among non-scientists, as well as the role of creative storytelling in enhancing science comprehension and curiosity.
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