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Sofia Photo Small Sofia Tancredi is a Harvard undergraduate studying Literature and Mind, Brain, Behavior. Her special focus is how use of metaphor shapes scientific literature and poetry. She works filming science lectures for Harvard Media and Technology Services and writes and translates for Harvard Student Agencies. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, teaching science, traveling, yoga, computer programming, and learning about brains. Contact her at sofiatancredi@college.harvard.edu.
Sarah Roehrich, MS, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist in early intervention at the Thom Anne Sullivan Early Intervention Center in Lowell, MA. She has worked in early intervention independently and on multi-disciplinary teams for over 10 years to help non-verbal and verbal toddlers, with and without special needs, boost their attention, communication, vocabulary, and early literacy skills using language and augmentative communication-based strategies. Contact her at sroehrich@thomchild.org.
Parizad Bilimoria, PhD, is the communications and outreach director for the Conte Center at Harvard University. She graduated in 2010 from the neuroscience program at Harvard Medical School. Her research focused on signaling pathways that control the morphology of neurons in the cerebellum. Parizad has also worked as a science writer for Children’s Hospital Boston and a medical writer for ETHOS Health Communications. She holds a BS/MS in neuroscience and minor in creative writing from Brandeis University. Contact her at bilimoria@fas.harvard.edu.