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Science Writers in New York (SWINY) is composed of editors and writers who cover science and medicine in the print and electronic news media as well as public relations professionals who promote science. Anyone with an interest in science communication is welcome to become a dues paying member, and non-members are encouraged to attend our events.
- Feb. 15: Wastewater Surveillance: An Important Tool in Detecting COVID-19 and Other Pathogens
- Feb. 8: A Virtual Conversation with Amy Dockser Marcus, Author of We the Scientists: How a Daring Team of Parents and Doctors Forged a New Path for Medicine
- Jan. 19: The Opioid Crisis in America: A Virtual Conversation with Gerald Posner
- Jan. 3: Secrets Of Publishing: A Zoom Talk With Editors, Agents & Authors
- Dec. 6: Is Lithium A Better Treatment for Depression Than SSRIs—And Can It Treat COVID?
Join Science Writers in New York for a virtual conversation with Dr. Sarah Kane of GT Molecular, who will discuss the technology of testing wastewater for pathogens, including COVID-19 and Mpox, and how it can help prevent/mitigate future pandemics.
Join Science Writers in New York for a virtual conversation with Wall Street Journal reporter Amy Dockser Marcus, whose new book is a narrative of a group of patient advocates who are revolutionizing the way medical research is conducted.
Science Writers in New York invites you to a virtual conversation Gerald Posner, who will discuss the origins of the opioid crisis, his role as an advisor to the Hulu series Dopesick, and the upcoming Showtime documentary based on his book Pharma.
Science Writers in New York is pleased to kick-off 2023 with a top-tier panel of authors, editors and agents to discuss the ins and outs of the publishing world and how you can get published.
Science Writers in New York is proud to present an evening with Dr. Sudhir Gadh, a New York City-based psychiatrist and commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve who believes that the medical establishment has overlooked lithium, an FDA-approved treatment for mania.