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Editorial Advisory Board Profile:
Pam Belluck
Health and Science Writer, New York Times
Pam Belluck is an award-winning health and science writer for The New York Times. Her recent honors include sharing a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Ebola. She was chosen to be a Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University, and has taught and spoken about science journalism in various venues, including the Simons Foundation, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and on a Times Journeys voyage to the Galapagos Islands.  She has appeared on numerous radio and television news shows and was a co-host at TEDMED 2015. Pam is the author of the book Island Practice, a true tale about a colorful and contrarian doctor on Nantucket, which was optioned for a television series. She has received a Knight fellowship and a Fulbright, and her work was selected for The Best American Science Writing. Pam is also a jazz flutist who performs regularly in New York City with the jazz group Equilibrium.