Top 10 U.S. Journalists in Healthcare
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 United States journalists in the Healthcare space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as October 2019
1. Dr. Sanjay Gupta
Bio: Staff Neurosurgeon, Emory Clinic; CNN Chief Medical Correspondent
2. B.J Gaddour
Bio: 🏋️♂️Creator @SleevesSoldSeparately
💪🏼Former Men’s Health Mag fitness director
🎙Podcast, 📲Programs,🦵Shorts ⬇️
Location: Malibu, CA
3. Glen Gilmore
Bio: TIME “man of action” FORBES Top 20 Social Media Influencer http://bit.ly/1O4O5Mx 📕Author Speaker | @RutgersU Adj | #4IR | ⚖️ #AI #AR #VR #VUI #SDGs ✈️ @TravelEsquire
Location: New York, NY
Bio: Investigations and health policy for the @nytimes. I like reading your medical bills. Got a tip? firstname.lastname@example.org or DM for Signal
Location: Washington, DC
6. John Nosta
Bio:I’m a technology theorist driving innovation at humanity’s tipping point. @Google Health Board @WHO Digital Health Expert @Forbes @PsychToday @Fortune
7. Ed Silverma
Bio: The latest news and views about the pharmaceutical industry, with @EdSilverman of @Statnews, ex-WSJ
Location: New Jersey and New York
8. Christina Farr
Bio: Health and tech reporter at @CNBC. Brit in SF. Amateur historian. Owned by two cats. Reach me: Christina.email@example.com
Location: San Francisco, CA
9. Tara Parker-Pope
Bio: Columnist and founding editor of New York Times Well, author, happy empty nester, Hoffman Process grad, in search of the right book club and mindful moments
10. Dr. David L. Katz
Bio: CEO, DietID; Founder, True Health Initiative. Seeking truth, and signs of intelligent life down here. Sharing what seems worthy. #EarthAlert
Location: Yale University
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