Welcome. I write about science, society, and how they intersect through us (which sounds painful, I know), with a special interest in young adult (All About Adolescence) and older adult (All About Aging) humans (All About Us).

I've written books about genitalia 🍆, brains 🧠 🧠, biology 🧬, and parenting 👥, all of which are strangely related despite the apparent distinctions. You can find my writing at Scientific American, where I am a regular contributor, and other delightful places about the web.

You can find me right here at Medium, or probably far too often on Twitter (@ejwillingham) and less often on Instagram (@emily.willingham.phd). That PhD is in biology, but the unseen hero at work here is really my bachelor's degree in English.

Recent Books

The Tailored Brain: From Ketamine, to Keto, to Companionship, A User's Guide to Feeling Better and Thinking Smarter  🧠 🧠

Get yourself a copy here.

Phallacy: Life Lessons from the Animal Penis 🍆 🦑

Get yourself a copy here.

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If you have any lingering curiosity about me, you can learn more here, see my LinkedIn profile here, and find my Google scholar profile here. I'd love to hear from you here on Medium and am always looking for new, interesting writers to follow, so feel free to drop me a note! ✍ 

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