Lead Poetry Editor for The Pitkin Review
Review: The Ceiling Outside: The Science & Experience of the Disrupted Mind, Noga Arikha.
Times Literary Supplement
On the role of youth voice in brain-based mindfulness programs in schools
"It’s time to hear what adolescents think of mindfulness in schools"
On cannabis and the developing brain in the public sphere
“Young brains on cannabis: Making science accessible”
On intersectional challenges during Covid confinement: women and care
"Who cares? The coronavirus forces us to rethink the value of care"
May 17, 2020
On neuroscience, epigenetics and motherhood
"Opinion: Canadian mothers need a shift in the culture of maternity care"
May 22, 2019
On critical neuroscience and the translation of neuroscience to education policy
"Making better use of neuroscience in teaching"
FRQSC Research Reports
April 24, 2019
On pluralism, religious identity and Bill 21 in Quebec
"Opinion: Rather than Bill 21, let's have pluralistic secularism"
April 8, 2019
On neuroimaging, the adolescent brain and impacts of cannabis
"Opinion: Cannabis age isn't a simple matter of neuroscience"
March 28, 2019
On neuroscience and its social and cultural implications
"Losing Our Heads: Neuroscience is a modern obsession worth billions. But is it the best way to understand ourselves?"
Literary Review of Canada
Selected Book Chapters
Selected Research Articles
Fitsch, H., Lysen, F., Choudhury, S. (2021) Editorial Reframing difference: troubling the neurobiological lens on sex and gender Frontiers in Sociology gender Frontiers in Sociology
Choudhury, S. & Wannyn, W. (2021). Politics of Plasticity: Implications of the New Science of the "Teen Brain" for Education, Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry doi: 10.1007/s11013-021-09731-8
Norrmen-Smith, O, Gomez-Carillo, A., Choudhury, S. (2021). Translation of epigenetics and neuroscience of motherhood in the online sphere. Frontiers in Sociology
Choudhury S, Aggarwal NK. (2020). Reporting Grantee Demographics for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Neuroscience. Journal of Neuroscience. 7;40(41):7780-7781.
McGowan, M. L., Choudhury, S., Juengst, E. T., Lambrix, M., Settersten, R. A., & Fishman, J. R. (2017). “Let’s pull these technologies out of the ivory tower”: The politics, ethos, and ironies of participant-driven genomic research. BioSocieties, 12(4), 494–519.
Choudhury, S., & Moore, S. (2016). Locating Risk in the Adolescent Brain: Ethical Challenges in the Use of Biomarkers for Adolescent Health and Social Policy. AMA Journal of Ethics, 18(12), 1199–1206.
Choudhury, S., & Moses, J. M. (2016). Mindful interventions: Youth, poverty, and the developing brain. Theory & Psychology, 26(5), 591–606.
Choudhury, S., McKinney, K. A., & Kirmayer, L. J. (2015). “Learning how to deal with feelings differently”: Psychotropic medications as vehicles of socialization in adolescence. Social Science & Medicine, 143, 311–319.
Choudhury, S., Fishman, J., McGowan, M. & Juengst, E. (2014). Big data, open science and the brain: lessons learned from genomics. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8:239.
Choudhury S. & Sanchez-Allred. A. (2014). To speak for human nature: Cosmopolitics, critique, and the neurosciences. BioSocieties, 9: 104-109
Choudhury, S., McKinney, K.A. (2013). Digital media, the developing brain and the interpretive plasticity of neuroplasticity.Transcultural Psychiatry, 50, 192-215.
Choudhury, S., McKinney, K.A. & Merten, M. (2012). Rebelling against the brain: public engagement with the ‘neurological adolescent’. Social Science & Medicine.
Ortega, F & Choudhury, S. (2011). “Wired up differently”: Autism, adolescence and neurological identities, Subjectivity special issue on Neuroscience, 4, 323–345.
Choudhury, S. & Kirmayer, L. (2010). Cultural neuroscience and psychopathology: prospects for cultural psychiatry. Progress in Brain Research, 178: 263-83.
Choudhury, S. Culturing the adolescent brain. (2009). What can neuroscience learn from anthropology? Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience.
Choudhury, S., Nagel, S.K., Slaby, J. (2009). Critical Neuroscience: Linking neuroscience and society through critical practice. BioSocieties, 4, 1, 61-77