Paula Sokolska

Paula Sokolska

    Paula is a freelance science writer and strategic communications associate at Health Leads. Formerly a managing editor at MedTech Boston, she has a B.S. in Journalism from Boston University and has worked with the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, Boston Globe, Social Documentary Network, BU Today and several nonprofit organizations. She can be reached at paula.sokolska@gmail.com.

    A Physician’s Road to Recovery

    A Physician’s Road to Recovery »

    We sat down with Peter Grinspoon, MD--who is celebrating nine years of recovery from drug addiction--to discuss his new memoir and the unique challenges faced by addicted physicians.

    MedTech Boston Is Hiring!

    MedTech Boston Is Hiring! »

    15 Jan, 2016
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    MedTech Boston needs a new Managing Editor – and we hope you can help us find the perfect candidate.

    The American Nutrient Gap: What the Data Says We’re Missing

    The American Nutrient Gap: What the Data Says We’re Missing »

    As a healthful, balanced diet becomes an even stronger focus for physicians and their patients, data consistently show most Americans fall short in fulfilling the Estimated Average Requirements (EARs) for one or more vitamins and minerals from their diet alone.

    By Connecting Patients with Tech Talent, Alzheimer’s Association Inspires New mHealth Tool

    By Connecting Patients with Tech Talent, Alzheimer’s Association Inspires New mHealth Tool »

    Although the #ENDALZ Hackathon marked the Alzheimer’s Association, MA/NH chapter’s first foray into orchestrating a tech brainstorming session, it yielded CarePal, a promising smartphone app set to hit the market early next year.

    Team Care Challenge Winner Selected

    Team Care Challenge Winner Selected »

    19 Nov, 2015
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    Last Friday, in a live pitch-off event closing the PCPCC Annual Fall Conference, a panel of expert judges determined the winner.

    Using Social Media to Forecast the Flu

    Using Social Media to Forecast the Flu »

    29 Oct, 2015
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    By leveraging EHRs, Twitter and Google data with self-reporting, researchers can track spread of disease with “near perfect” accuracy, study finds.

    Emotion Sensing Pitch Off Showcases Novel Uses, Announces Winners

    Emotion Sensing Pitch Off Showcases Novel Uses, Announces Winners »

    The Partners HealthCare Connected Health Emotion Sensing Pitch Off took place last night, concluding three months of competition and opening two days of presentations, panels and keynotes at the annual symposium.

    New Boston Startup Sets Out to “Disrupt” Radiology

    New Boston Startup Sets Out to “Disrupt” Radiology »

    Newcomer Candescent Health’s software promises to streamline practice. Their first partner, announced today: The Cleveland Clinic

    Team Care Challenge Finalists Announced

    Team Care Challenge Finalists Announced »

    Chosen from among 22 submissions by official judge input and popular vote on Medstro, the finalists will compete in a live pitch off at PCPCC’s annual fall conference.

    Crowdfunding A Cure for the Common Cold–MIT Researcher Aims to End All Viral Diseases

    Crowdfunding A Cure for the Common Cold–MIT Researcher Aims to End All Viral Diseases »

    15 Oct, 2015
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    DRACOs, a broad spectrum anti-viral approach, has potential to end epidemics and save countless lives, but will it raise enough funds to become a reality?

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