Viviane Callier

Viviane Callier

2019 Global Journalism Fellow


Viviane is trained as a biologist and currently freelances from San Antonio, Texas. She was a Churchill Scholar at Cambridge University, where she studied paleontology. Her doctoral studies at Duke University focused on insect body size regulation. After her postdoctoral fellowship at Arizona State University, she moved to Washington, DC area where she was a science writer at the National Institutes of Health and at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Currently, she writes about biology, medicine, and STEM workforce and training issues. Her work has appeared in Science, Nature, Scientific American, Quanta, Undark,, The, Science Careers, and other places.

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