MEET THE TEAM
The Faces of Our Editorial Blog Team
KYLE J. I. MEYERS
Founder, Blog Developer, Podcaster, Youtuber, and Neuroscience - Chemical Science Editor
A Professor with experience in Chemistry, Neuroscience, and Education. A detail-oriented bench researcher with a substantial background in various fields of chemistry some of which include education, nanoparticles, and analytical instrumentation. Certified Apple Teacher and Founder of the Undergraduates Blog Page.
I believe that scientific knowledge must be reached to people of all walks and genres of life. Young science writers and experts in their fields can help reach out to the layman with scientific information in simple language.
NEHA S. KAPADIA
Co-Founder, Baker, and Chemical - Food Sciences Editor
With us since our founding, Neha Kapadia is one of our veteran team members. She brings her years of experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organization grow and succeed. With major skills in Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and Culinary sciences, she is here to help budding science writers reach scientific information in Chemistry to the common man.
HARSHAD V. PAREKAR
Asian - Biological Sciences Editor
Harshad Parekar has his interest in Entomology and is passionate about Taxonomic research. He has been with our team since the inception of this blog site. He believes science writing can revolutionize and inculcate scientific virtues in the general public by bridging the scientific gap between researchers and a layman.
REV. DR. ROY J. J. PEREIRA S.J.,
US - Based Neuroscience and Chemical Science Editor
Dr. Roy Pereira, S.J. belongs to the Charles and Mary Heider Endowed Chair, School of Medicine at Creighton University. He is currently researching the effect of emotions on health and healing and why some are more affected by Covid-19 than others.
In 2012, he established an innovative programme in Neuroscience. His research covers the effects of cell phones, internet usage, and social media on the brain for which he was invited by Google Headquarters, Mountain View, CA to speak to their employees. His research also involves the understanding of the Mind-Body Link, the effect of meditation on health outcomes, the placebo effect, neurofeedback, and ways of dealing with stress in our lives. In this connection, he was invited by Harvard University. His fundamental research question deals with Consciousness from both a Neuroscience and a Quantum perspective. He has been invited to speak on various topics in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, and New Zealand including doing a TEDx talk.
He now joins our venture to bring his expertise in Scientific Communications Skills to Graduate and Undergraduate students. Believing that even Blog Writing, as an informal scientific communication method, could make major impacts on people of science and non - science fields.
NORISHKA C. DLIMA
South-East Asian Biological Science Editor
A Biomedical Science Graduate, from Northumbria University - New castle Singapore, whose passion lies in the fields of neuroscience, cancer biology, microbiology, immunology, and infectious disease.
She firmly believes that a pen is mightier than a sword and that Scientific writing and publishing facts are a need of the hour in a world where inaccurate information is available just a few clicks away.
Norishka now joins our team to bring on a new dimension of writers and audiences to scientific communication.
UK - based Biomedical Science Editor
Wynola has a Master’s degree in Biomedical Science in Medical Microbiology, but she has dabbled in other sister fields - Immunology, Cancer Biology, and Haematology.
A recent graduate from Kingston University, London, she has done her placement in the Histopathology Department of Cambridge University Hospital, National Health Service, England. Furthermore, she has been accepted in the department as a Trainee Biomedical Scientist. She has been trained in various scientific techniques and has conducted extensive research in the fields of Bioinformatics, Microbiology, Histology, Pathology, and Oncology.
She was the Editor-in-Chief for the annual Microbiology magazine, The Michronicle, and has worked for a year in a scientific editing and publishing company, Cactus Communications.
She is here to describe the life of a biomedical scientist, discuss various diagnostic cases seen in a hospital laboratory, and bring awareness to the profound significance of Biomedical Science in our daily lives.