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Amy Maxmen
Amy Maxmen [www.amymaxmen.com] is an award-winning science writer who covers the entanglements of medicine, policy, nature and of people behind research. Her stories appear in a variety of outlets, including Wired, National Geographic, Nature, and the New York Times. From Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, she's reported two series for Global Health NOW on the most neglected diseases. Her feature in Nautilus magazine on the origin of humanity is anthologized in The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2015. Prior to writing, she earned a PhD from Harvard University in evolutionary biology. Twitter: @amymaxmen Instagram: @amaxmen

 

 

By Amy Maxmen

Amy Maxmen

https://www.globalhealthnow.org/contributor/amy-maxmen

A Flesh-eating Fungus Wrecks Lives and No One Cares

https://www.globalhealthnow.org/2016-09/untold-global-health-story-2015-mycetoma

The Untold Global Health Story of 2015: Mycetoma

https://www.globalhealthnow.org/2016-09/untold-global-health-story-2015-mycetoma

The First Clinical Trial in Mycetoma

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03086226?term=Fahal&rank=1