Beth Skwarecki is a science writer with a degree in biology. She spent several years crunching data for a bioinformatics project at Cornell. Now, she writes about the life sciences, including molecular biology, human health research, and ecology, for a variety of outlets, including PLOS Public Health Perspectives, Lifehacker, Science magazine, Scientific American, and more. Visit her website at www.bethskw.com. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA.
"Let's be honest: epidemics are terrifying. In Outbreak! Beth Skwarecki surveys some of the most important historically. Skwarecki does not skimp on the details and therein is real life horror." --Cool Hunting