Health and Science Correspondent for Reuters (UK)

Kate Kelland

Kate is the Reuters Health and Science Correspondent for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Kate covers all aspects of global health and the science being developed to improve it. Hot topics include malaria, HIV, Ebola and other infectious disease outbreaks; vaccine and drug development; drug resistance; the public understanding of science; and mental health. She has won many awards for her work, including the 2017 Foreign Press Association’s Science Story of the Year Award for her investigative reporting on the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the 2016 Medical Journalists Association Feature of the Year Award for her reporting on the World Health Organization, and the EU Health Prize for Journalists 2011 for a piece on the threat of antimicrobial resistance.

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