Current Fellows

Teresa Carr is a senior editor for Consumer Reports and an award-winning investigative reporter, focusing on consumer and public health. Recently she has investigated the pharmaceutical industry, examining factors driving high drug costs and medication overuse, as well as pain management and the opioid epidemic. In 2016 she received a Folio Award and the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Magazine Journalism for a series of articles on the antibiotic crisis.
Caty Enders is contributing editor for The Guardian’s U.S. edition and is based in Colorado. She was formerly series editor, editing features, analysis, and multimedia projects on environment, health, and technology. She has also been the supervising producer for The Guardian’s U.S. podcasts. She previously worked as managing online editor for Outside magazine and as a freelance radio producer and writer for outlets from “All Things Considered” to Esquire.
Sujata Gupta is a freelance journalist based in Vermont, whose writing focuses on issues related to food, ecology, and health. Her work has been featured in The New Yorker, National Public Radio, Nature, High Country News, Discover, Scientific American, Wired, NovaNext, and New Scientist. She has taught journalism at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. Previously, she worked as a reporter and editor at various newspapers and spent several years as an English teacher in Japan and a National Park ranger.
Joshua Hatch is the assistant managing editor for data and interactives at The Chronicle of Higher Education in Washington, where he oversees a team of database reporters and designers. He is president of the Online News Association. Previously he was interactives director at USA Today. He teaches online and data journalism in the graduate journalism program at American University.
Rowan Jacobsen is a freelance science journalist and the author of seven books exploring a wide range of environmental issues, most recently “The Essential Oyster.” He is based in Vermont and has written for a broad array of publications, including Harper’s, Outside, Mother Jones, and Pacific Standard. His work has been featured in “Best American Science and Nature Writing” and has received numerous awards.
Ehsan Masood is contributing editor of Research Fortnight, a London-based science policy magazine, and the author of several books, including “The Great Invention: The Story of GDP and the Making and Unmaking of the Modern World.” He has been a writer and editor at Nature and New Scientist, and has made documentaries for BBC radio. He teaches science and innovation policy at Imperial College London.
Jane Qiu is a globe-trotting freelance science writer in Beijing, and a regular contributor to publications including Nature, Science, Scientific American, and The Economist. A recipient of many prestigious fellowships and travel grants, she has covered wide-ranging topics from the Arctic, the Antarctic, and the peaks of the Himalayas. Her writing awards include recognition from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Association of British Science Writers, Asian Environmental Journalism Awards, and South Asian Journalists Association.

Kolawole Talabi is a freelance science writer based in Nigeria and a regular contributor to Mongabay.com. He’s received numerous awards for investigative reporting, on issues ranging from treatment of infectious disease in Africa to endangered natural resources. Last year he was one of five writers honored with the Next Generation of Science Journalists award, given by the World Health Summit in Germany.
Mićo Tatalović is editor of New Scientist’s environment and life sciences news section. A native of Croatia, he is now based in London, overseeing a team of staff writers and freelancers. He previously worked on the news desk of SciDev.net, helping to coordinate a global network of science journalists reporting from South America, Africa, and Asia, as well as freelancing for wide range of science magazines. He is chairman of the Association of British Science Writers, and sits on the board of the Balkan Network of Science Writers.
Caroline Winter is a staff writer for Bloomberg Businessweek in New York. A native of Germany, she previously worked as a freelancer for publications ranging from Spiegel International to The New York Times Magazine. She was a Fulbright fellow in 2008-09 and worked in Berlin writing and translating stories. This year, she’ll be researching the human microbiome.