Cerebrum Summer 2021


Bill Glovin Editor-in-Chief


Glovin has been a working journalist for more than 30 years. He is executive editor at the Dana Foundation and hosts the Cerebrum

Podcast. He has served as editor of Cerebrum since 2012. Previously, he was senior editor at Rutgers Magazine , managing editor of New Jersey Success , editor for New Jersey Business and a staff writer for The Bergen Record . Glovin graduated from George Washington University with a degree in journalism. He sometimes escapes from in front of the monitor to enjoy basketball, biking, and guitar.

Seimi Rurup Assistant Editor

Rurup oversees the production of all digital and print content at the Dana Foundation. She previously served as editor of Brain in the News ,

which was the Foundation’s longest running print publication, and utilizes her background in fine arts to contribute to current publications and social media. She also contributes to the Foundation’s Neuro News section. Rurup graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a degree in writing. When she is not in the office, she can be found in one of NYC’s many museums, Brooklyn cafés, or at home cooking with friends.

Join us as we talk to our Cerebrum neuroscientist authors about their research, personal stories, and how their work has the potential to make a difference in people’s lives.

Brandon Barrera Editorial Assistant

Barrera is a New York City journalist, born and raised in Queens and living in Manhattan. A public affairs assistant at the Dana Foundation,

he is the host of the Dana Foundation’s Communicating Brain Science podcast and writes about books for the magazine. Before coming to Dana, he helped produce content for Bronx Net, a public access television channel. When not enthralled by all things sci-fi, Barrera is fond of cycling, film, and arguing the finer points of tabletop gaming.


Bruce Hanson Art Director Hanson is responsible for the design and production of Cerebrum . A graduate of Rutgers University’s journalism program, he has worked

in a variety of capacities in publishing and media for more than 30 years. In 1991, he founded EGADS , a studio which specializes in graphic design for education, arts and culture, publishing, and technology. When away from his desk, he'll most likely be playing guitar in a live music venue or plotting with his wife about how to book cheap flights to distant destinations.


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