The National Press Foundation has chosen 20 journalists for the upcoming “What’s New in Cancer Coverage” fellowship.
During this three-day training in Washington, D.C., journalists will be educated on cancer-related topics, including prevention, targeted therapies, health disparities, AI/technology developments, survivorship and more.
Arthur Allen | Politico
Ed Cara | Gizmodo
Angus Chen | WBUR
Aimee Cunningham | Science News
Erin Durkin | National Journal
Gaby Galvin | U.S. News & World Report
Julie Garcia | Houston Chronicle
Veronica Hackethal | Medscape
Madeline Heim | USA Today Network-Wisconsin
Mary Hynes | Las Vegas Review-Journal
Sarah LaCorte | Oncology Times
Kristen Monaco | MedPage Today
Barbara Morse | NBC 10 WJAR (Providence, R.I.)
Linord Moudou | Voice of America
Jon O’Connell | The Times-Tribune (Scranton, Pa.)
Alex Ruoff | Bloomberg Government
Michael Schroeder | U.S. News & World Report
Letitia Stein | USA Today
Shen Wu Tan | The Washington Times
David Wahlberg | Wisconsin State Journal
Support for this training comes from the American Association for Cancer Research. NPF retains sole responsibility for programming and content.