Jill U. Adams of Chicago Tribune

Jill U. Adams is a health columnist for The Washington Post and reports on science policy, biomedical research, and environmental issues for magazines such as Audubon, Scientific American, Ensia, Slate, CQ Researcher, Nature, and Science. She previously wrote a health column for the Los Angeles Times. Jill earned a Ph.D. in pharmacology and worked as a research scientist for more than a decade before her transition to journalism. In addition to her work as an associate editor at HealthNewsReview.org, Jill is also a board member of the National Association of Science Writers and a contributor to The Science Writers’ Handbook. Jill lives in upstate New York.
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