Finding treasure at the NIH

I sipped dark coffee while I stared out the window of the bedroom in my apartment. I could see the National Library of Medicine, the National Cancer Institute, and other buildings in the background. Like an eagle perched on a branch, I gazed at the landscape before me. Surrounding the buildings were green trees, concrete paths, and faces of people on the edge of scientific research. This would be the National Institutes of Health, the place I would call home for the next two years.

An interview with Cadence Bambenek, a creative soul mixing her love of words and science

Cadence Bambenek is a lover of words and dystopian novels. Her experience at newspapers has lead her to current position Psychology Today. Her work can be found on her website, and, in this interview, we'll chat about what makes her amazing.