noun    |    jour·nal·ism    |    \ˈjər-nə-ˌli-zəm\

: the activity or job of collecting, writing, and editing news stories for newspapers, magazines, television, or radio

I have filed for all types of media - including television, radio, print and online - and have covered a range of beats, such as international affairs, business and the environment. But my specialty lies in science reporting, especially topics pertaining to health and medicine. I enjoy writing medical narratives and am especially passionate about global health and health policy issues.

I also have experience analyzing journalistic content for watchdog groups and leading seminars on health journalism and communications.

Please feel free to browse some of my selected works below.



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Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany's international broadcaster with television programming in English, German, Spanish and Arabic, as well as radio and online content available in 30 different languages. Around 3,000 employees and freelancers from 60 countries work at DW's headquarters in Bonn and main studio in Berlin.

Radio France Internationale (RFI) is a French current affairs radio station that broadcasts worldwide in French and 12 foreign languages, including English and Spanish. Its Paris-based editorial teams and global network of 400 correspondents provide news bulletins and features, giving listeners the keys to understanding the world.

Based at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, HealthNewsReview.org evaluates health care journalism, advertising, marketing and public relations and provides criteria that consumers can use to evaluate these messages themselves.

Columbia Radio News includes Uptown Radio, a one-hour, weekly news magazine and podcast modeled after NPR’s All Things Considered. It is produced entirely by the students of the Radio Workshop, the most advanced audio course at the Columbia Journalism School.


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