Jonathan D. Grinstein’s wonder for the human mind and body led him to an undergraduate education in Neural Science and Philosophy and a doctorate in Biomedical Science where he studied how the brain forms memories and how individual cells make decisions to generate different body parts. He has 10 years of experience in experimental and computational research, during which he was a co-author on research articles in journals such as Nature, Cell, and Neuron.
Since then, Jonathan hung up his lab coat and has explored positions in life science and healthcare writing, communication, and marketing. Jonathan’s science writing work has featured in Scientific American, Medium, Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News (GEN), and NEO.LIFE. His long-term career goal is to use his problem-solving and communication skills to bridge the impact of science and the lives it seeks to improve, specifically in the context of neuroscience and mental health as well as aging and longevity.
In his free time, Jonathan loves to try his hand at cooking and playing music.
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. — Anne Frank