Elaina Wang is currently a Metro senior staff writer at The Herald. As a contributing writer, she had also written extensively for both science and research and university news beats. Elaina is an immunobiology concentrator from San Ramon, California, and some of her favorite things include blackfish, classical music and controversial ideas — such as those of Peter Singer and Ayn Rand. When not writing for The Herald, she can be found reading The New York Times or perusing novels for leisure. She most highly recommends Oliver Twist, Their Eyes Were Watching God, The Shipping News and Atlas Shrugged.

Articles by Elaina Wang (23)

Science & Research

Study finds minorities receive subpar anxiety care

November 22, 2013 0 comments

Ethnic minorities are less likely to receive adequate treatment, regardless of socioeconomic status

Science & Research

Profs praise brain stimulation initiative

November 1, 2013 0 comments

The project is aimed to improve the technology used to treat Parkinson’s disease.

Model simulates blood disorders

Science & Research

Model simulates blood disorders

October 18, 2013 0 comments

Developed using groups of 10 atoms, the model gives a fuller picture of hematological disorders.

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