365体育备用网址Health and Science Writer, The New York Times
365体育备用网址 writes about many different subjects, often concerning complex or controversial topics, including hospital delirium, fetal surgery, end-of-life care, the donation of H.I.V.-infected organs, the science of music and how the morning-after pill really works. In 2015, she was one of seven Times staffers awarded the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Ebola epidemic.
365体育备用网址Belluck was selected to be a Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton in 2014 and has taught and spoken about science journalism in various venues, including the Santa Fe Science Writing Workshop, the Simons Foundation, the American Association for the Advancement of Science convention and on a Times Journeys voyage to the Galapagos Islands. She has appeared on numerous radio and television news shows, is a member of the TEDMED editorial advisory board and was a cohost at TEDMED 2015.
Belluck joined The Times in 1995 as a general assignment reporter on the metropolitan desk, served as the bureau chief in Queens, and briefly covered education in New York City. She was a key member of the team covering the Oklahoma City bombing and the crash of TWA Flight 800. In 1997, she became the Midwest bureau chief, based in Chicago, covering 11 states. In late 2001, she became the New England bureau chief, based in Boston. As a national bureau chief, she covered some of the biggest news stories including the Rhode Island night club fire that killed 100 people, the introduction of same-sex marriage in Massachusetts and the passage of a landmark Massachusetts health care law.
In 2007, Belluck was awarded a Knight Fellowship to spend a year studying science journalism at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. In 2009, she began covering health and science for The Times. Prior to joining The Times, Belluck worked for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, and as a freelance Southeast Asia correspondent for The San Francisco Chronicle and other newspapers.
Her work has won numerous awards, and she was twice part of teams that were finalists for the Pulitzer Prize. She has also been the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship. Belluck graduated with honors from Princeton University with a major in international relations and a minor in East Asian studies and four years of Mandarin.