AHCJ announces 2022 National Cancer Reporting fellows

2022 Cancer Reporting fellows

10 journalists have been selected for the 2022 National Most cancers Reporting Fellowship. This application, supported by the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Believe in, will satisfy in individual for the initial time considering the fact that 2019. 

The three-day training will be held November 14-16 in Bethesda, Md. Fellows will be part of industry experts from the Countrywide Institutes of Wellbeing to increase their being familiar with of and capacity to report precisely on intricate scientific results, provide perception into the work of cancer scientists and to improved localize most cancers-linked tales.

“We are enthusiastic that after once again the Countrywide Cancer Reporting fellowship will be in man or woman, supplying fellows an insider appear and further comprehending of cancer issues,” said Kelsey Ryan, AHCJ govt director. “Many thanks to our companions at NIH for their collaboration on this fellowship.”

The 2022 fellowship class incorporates:

  • Ed Cara, overall health reporter, Gizmodo
  •  Jacquelyn Cobb, reporter, The Cancer Letter
  • Ariel Cohen, well being treatment reporter CQ Roll Connect with
  • Eric Fitzsimmons, editor, Cancer These days
  • Jordan Gass-Poore, creator, producer, reporter, host, “Hazard NJ”
  • Paul Gordon, environmental journalist, conservationist
  •  Katti Grey, main subject matter chief/psychological well being, AHCJ
  • Shi En Kim, lifetime sciences reporter, Chemical & Engineering Information
  • Lindsey Leake, projects reporter, TCPalm
  • Barbara Mantel, contributing reporter, CQ Researcher, freelance local community correspondent, AHCJ

Schooling session subject areas will include things like:

  •  Standing of cancer research and care
  •  Well being communications: misinformation and disinformation
  •  Deep dive: Immunotherapy
  • Diet program and most cancers
  •  Health disparities in cancer exploration
  • Telling the most cancers story through survivors
  • Most cancers facts
  • Assessing cancer evidence

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