Here's a selection of recent stories from Marie's work for the Wisconsin Sea Grant Program and as a freelancer.
Author: "Successful Sea Caves Project Saves Lives, Changes Hands" news release, August 2015.
Author: "How the St. Louis River Estuary Works Backwards," press room story, July 2015.
Author: "Goby vs. Goby," Aquatic Sciences Chronicle newsletter article, July 2015.
Author: “Researchers Find Strontium in Northeastern Wisconsin Wells,” news release, January 2014.
Author, “Learning from Trees,” Aquatic Sciences Chronicle newsletter article, September 2013.
Author, “Warming Lake Superior,” Aquatic Science Chronicle newsletter article, September 2013.
Project Coordinator and Writer: “The Large Lakes Observatory in 2010: Exploring the Mysteries of Large Lakes,” a 36-page research report, 2010.
Marie has written for Minnesota medical organizations such as Hennepin County Medical Center (where she was an intern in college), Essentia Health in Duluth and Mayo Clinic in Rochester. She’s also written for Lance Armstrong’s national health web site, LiveStrong.com. Here is a selection of her stories that are currently available on the web:
Ghostwriter “Bone Marrow Stem Cells Improve Heart Function, Study Finds,” news release, March 2012.
Ghostwriter: “Stem Cell Study Clarifies the Best Time for Therapy to Aid Heart Attack Survivors,” news release, November 2011.
Author: “Causes of Muscle Twitches and Spasms,” for Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong.com site, May 2010.