I’m a writer, editor and pragmatic idealist with a passion for global and public health. Currently I get things done at Biomeme, Inc., a Philadelphia biotech startup turning smartphones into mobile DNA labs. I’m a Venture For America fellow and a 2014 graduate of Princeton University, where I studied disease modeling in the department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology. Previously I was Managing Editor of The Daily Princetonian.
This blog is an archive of the work I’ve done at The Daily Princetonian, the arts/entertainment blog Intersections, my past internships, daily life, etc. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact me on Twitter (@emtseng), Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+.