Science outreach and promoting public awareness and understanding of science is important to me. I have served on the board for the non-profit Science for the Public, led the design and creation of the DNAtrium at the Broad, and worked with outlets like NOVA ScienceNOW and the Science Times.
I am interested in the intersection of art & science and how artists might help scientists do better science and how scientists might help artists make better art. I work to promote the Broad's artist-in-residence program and participate in art/science panel discussions hosted by the Institute for Contemporary Art, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Catalyst Conversations forum.
Currently I am the Samson Feldman Visiting Scholar at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where I am also on the faculty of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine. You can reach me by email at bang[at]broadinstitute.org or via twitter ([at]bangwong).
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