Jocelyn Solis-Moreira

Jocelyn Solis-Moreira

Feature Writer

MSc Psychology, Concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience, BSc Integrative Neuroscience, Minor in Education

Jocelyn Solis-Moreira graduated with a Bachelor's in Integrative Neuroscience, where she then pursued graduate research looking at the long-term effects of adolescent binge drinking on the brain's neurochemistry in adulthood. She is adept at translating and summarizing complex study findings in all medical fields with a particular interest in neurodegenerative diseases, cancer research, infectious diseases, and public health. As a freelance writer, her work spans from news articles and feature articles to evergreen explainers across many publications. Her overall goal is to make science accessible for all.

Articles from Jocelyn

Facebook poll suggests breakthrough infections are linked to long COVID

Facebook poll suggests breakthrough infections are linked to long COVID

Scientists uncover genetics involved in COVID-19 induced respiratory failure

Scientists uncover genetics involved in COVID-19 induced respiratory failure

How SARS-CoV-2 infects the brain

How SARS-CoV-2 infects the brain

Exhausted T cells linked to increased risk of COVID-19 mortality

Exhausted T cells linked to increased risk of COVID-19 mortality

How do immunocompromised patients respond to COVID-19 vaccines?

How do immunocompromised patients respond to COVID-19 vaccines?

Could new strains of COVID evolve in farm animals or pets?

Could new strains of COVID evolve in farm animals or pets?

Full intensity heparin has value in treating hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Full intensity heparin has value in treating hospitalized COVID-19 patients

New research examines the elimination of the B.1.362 + L452R variant in Israel

New research examines the elimination of the B.1.362 + L452R variant in Israel

Millions of COVID-19 cases went undetected in the first  six months of the pandemic, finds study

Millions of COVID-19 cases went undetected in the first six months of the pandemic, finds study

New York City SARS-CoV-2 breakthrough cases predominantly Alpha and Iota variants

New York City SARS-CoV-2 breakthrough cases predominantly Alpha and Iota variants