Author: Katie Hiler

Katie Hiler came to SHERP carrying degrees in Brain and Cognitive Science and English from the University of Rochester after three years in the world of academic publishing. She enjoys writing about neuroscience, health and babies whenever possible. She is a producer for WNYU's science news show The Doppler Effect and is fast becoming an audio and podcast junkie. You can follow her relatively trivial science musings on Twitter via @sciencewritr.

VIDEO: Project QueensWay

VIDEO: Project QueensWay

A neighborhood is divided over proposed park

By Katie Hiler and Ben Guarino | Posted June 21, 2013

Mollusk medicine

Mollusk medicine

Cone snail bacteria may yield new opportunities for drug development

By Katie Hiler | Posted March 27, 2013

Romibo rolls on

Romibo rolls on

Aubrey Shick is doing everything she can to finish work on Romibo, the first do-it-yourself autism therapy robot

By Katie Hiler | Posted February 14, 2013

VIDEO: Paper in motion

VIDEO: Paper in motion

Taro Yaguchi brings origami to Brooklyn

By Joss Fong and Katie Hiler | Posted February 6, 2013

Inhale, exhale, repeat

Inhale, exhale, repeat

How to get the most out of every breath

By Katie Hiler | Posted January 28, 2013

WHAM! KAPOW! The cellular fight against free radicals

WHAM! KAPOW! The cellular fight against free radicals

Are your body’s antioxidant defenses enough to save the day?

By Katie Hiler | Posted January 15, 2013

Where boys learn to be men

Where boys learn to be men

Men Can Stop Rape’s MOST Club uses lessons in healthy masculinity to curb sexual violence against women

By Katie Hiler | Posted January 12, 2013

Preventing the common cold

Preventing the common cold

Garlic, acupuncture and hydrogen peroxide: The crazy things we do to try to stay healthy

By Katie Hiler | Posted October 22, 2012