What’s New in Cancer Coverage

The National Press Foundation is offering a three-day training to educate journalists on cancer-related topics, including prevention, targeted therapies, the latest research, health disparities, data, AI/technology developments, survivorship and more.

The NPF training will be held March 2-4 in Washington, D.C. This program is open to U.S.-based journalists only. Deadline to apply is Jan. 24.

The all-expenses-paid fellowship covers airfare, ground transportation, hotel costs and most meals. NPF offers this professional development opportunity for journalists to enhance skills, increase knowledge and recharge their reporting on one of today’s most critical issues.

Support for this training comes from the American Association for Cancer Research. NPF retains sole responsibility for programming and content.

The application period for this program has ended.

The journalists attending this program are:

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