David DiSalvo is a freelance science and technology writer for Scientific American Mind and the writer behind the widely read science blogs, Neuronarrative and Brainspin, which reach more than 100,000 readers in 200 countries every month. He has appeared on CNN’s Headline News, and his work is regularly referenced in major publications including the New York Times, The Atlantic, Forbes, Utne Reader and Newsweek.
David is also an award-winning public outreach and education specialist with nearly 18 years of experience communicating complex technical messages with palatable prose. He has served as a consulting research analyst and communications specialist for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and several other public and private organizations in the U.S. and abroad, spanning from Boston to Beijing.
He is feverishly working on his first non-fiction book, tentatively titled, What Makes Your Brain Happy, and Why You Should Do the Opposite. He lives in Florida with his wife and three children.
His PT blog is Neuronarrative.