Joined 15 years ago from United States
Alicia has a PhD in Experimental Pathology. She has been writing about medical science for more than a decade.
Previously a lecturer for graduate pathology students, Alicia is currently a full-time scientific editor, but also freelances her writing and editing skills helping educate about health, science, and medicine and providing student and research support.
Alicia has also been on the Board of Directors of a feline rescue and shelter since 2012, assisting in fundraising, administrative tasks, and veterinary clinics. She currently lives with seven rescued cats and a husband.
2 years ago
The tongue is an amazing organ, allowing us to taste the world around us. Read about the 5 flavors sensed by the intricate chemoreceptors we know as taste buds and the various muscles involved in making the tongue move.
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