I don’t know about you, but I love a good book, podcast, or article. Here are some of the things I’ve enjoyed!
Books (both scientific and non) that have informed my perspective on how we make our way through society, both from an experiential and a data-driven perspective.
Podcasts and Articles
Health, Income & Poverty: Where We Are and What Could Help
Health Affairs policy brief, October 2018 (still relevant!)
Personal experiences bridge moral and political divides better than facts
Kubin et al. 2021, Proceedings from the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
Brené on Words, Actions, Dehumanization and Accountability
Brené Brown // Unlocking Us
The Last Children of Down Syndrome
Sarah Zhang for The Atlantic
Science News & Comment: “When a financial crisis tanked my research career, I found help from unexpected colleagues”
by Timothy Gernon
A great commentary on taking a pause and rebuilding from failure in academia.
Podcast: Dr. Vivek Murthy and Brené on Loneliness and Connection
The Opportunity Atlas
A comprehensive tool to assess outcome data of children based on the census tract they grew up in.
In U.S. Cities, The Health Effects Of Past Housing Discrimination Are Plain To See
By Maria Godoy // NPR