Journalist with online, print and radio experience. I cover extraordinary stories across biology, psychology, health, technology and the environment.
I cover the intersection of health and technology — that can mean everything from AI, to drones, to hackers, to the type of medical software that makes physicians want to pull their hair out. Big picture, I'm most interested in how new technologies are changing how we experience healthcare.
Natasha Singer is a technology reporter in the Business section where she covers health technology, education technology and consumer privacy. Currently, she is reporting on how tech companies are developing digital health tools and their implications for the healthcare industry, medical practice and consumers. She was recently a fellow at the Data & Society Research Institute in Manhattan. This summer, she will be teaching a high school course on technology innovation ethics at The School of The New York Times, the newspaper's pre-college program. More
Christina Farr is a technology and health reporter for CNBC.com in San Francisco. She most recently was a senior writer at Fast Company, covering biotech and health-tech for digital and print, and an Apple reporter at Reuters News. She hails from London, UK and is a graduate of Stanford’s School of Journalism.
Health care and tech reporter @nashvillepost.
Health tech reporter @statnews . Proud @businessinsider alum.
@POLITICO reporter tracking health tech, data privacy, algorithms, the digital divide.
Science/health/tech journalist @CosmosMagazine @theage @smh & others. PhD, Eureka Prize winner, former emergency physician.
Stuart Layt covers health, science and technology for the Brisbane Times. He was formerly the Queensland political reporter for AAP.
@BBCWorld journalist with a love of all things biz, health, tech and science.
Journalist covering food + ag + tech + health. @Forbes Senior Contributor. Also: @NYMag @PopMech @OZM Co-Editor @scimoms.
Jill Duffy is a contributing editor, specializing in productivity apps, as well as health and fitness technology. She writes the weekly Get Organized column, with tips on keeping your digital life tidy and tidying up your real life using technology.
Writes about technology, startups and policy frameworks around them
Anthony Ha is a senior writer at TechCrunch, where he covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, he worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Hollister Free Lance. He lives in New York City.
Mike Butcher MBE is Editor-at-large of TechCrunch. As a writer, editor, interviewer, moderator and columnist in the tech media world he covers everything the smallest tech startups and the largest tech giants. Lately, he’s been writing a lot about Blockchain and Crypto.
Sara Mageit is the European and UK Associate Editor of MobiHealthNews. She graduated with a BJTC accredited degree in Journalism and Media from Coventry University. During her studies she completed her work placement at Trinity Mirror and iCovTV where she experienced a combination of print and broadcast journalism. She previously worked as a senior researcher for a legal publishing magazine, where she wrote about various issues and trends affecting the legal industry. Sara is the co-host of a topical podcast which covers impactful social, political and cultural topics related to underrepresented communities.
G’day, I cover financial markets, commodities, currencies and companies at the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, where I co-edit the daily Markets Live blog. I also co-host the weekly Short Squeeze podcast, where we look at the week ahead in markets.
Lineaweaver is a Research Associate at Business Insider Intelligence. His research analyzes how digital health technology disrupts the current healthcare landscape. Previously, he conducted quantitative research at a climate change think-tank. Lineaweaver graduated from McGill University with degrees in Economics and International Development Studies.
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