For a catalog of Wadman’s reporting for Science, click here. Other featured articles and appearances are listed below.
April 10, 2019: The Kyiv connection to the measles epidemic. Wadman speaks with Marco Werman, the host of Public Radio International’s The World, about the roots of a massive Ukranian measles epidemic that has seeded current U.S. outbreaks.
March 13, 2019: The Latest Measles Outbreaks Are Leading To Legislative Changes. Wadman discusses vaccine politics with NPR’s Joshua Johnson on 1A
March 10, 2019: The Cost of Speaking Out? #MeTooSTEM Activist May Lose Her Job. Wadman discusses a prominent #metoo case from the science community on NPR’s Living Lab Radio on WGBH Boston
January 30, 2018: Book Review: “How to Achieve ‘The End of Epidemics’” Preventing the next major disease outbreak will require better health infrastructure, citizen activism—and $7.5 billion a year. By Meredith Wadman (The Wall Street Journal)
May 19, 2017: “Medicine’s Age of Wonders.” Wadman’s book review of William Rosen’s history of antibiotic development. (The Wall Street Journal)
May 17, 2017: “Traveling Abroad? Born Before 1989? You May Need a New Measles Vaccination.” (Slate)
March 2, 2017: “Henrietta Lacks Wasn’t the Only Woman Who Unknowingly Contributed to Medical History” (Slate)
February 22, 2017: “What the Hard Lessons of Rubella Teach Us About a Zika Vaccine” (Time)
December 7, 2015: “The truth about fetal tissue research” (Nature)
September 25, 2015: “No excuse for cruelty to goats raised for medical research” (The San Jose Mercury News)
February 13, 2015: “Doctors who minimize measles should lose their licenses” (Time)
August, 2014: “The cure for cancer that parents won’t use” (The Washington Post)
October, 2013: “How to Increase the Number of Women Winning Nobel Prizes” (Time)
June, 2013: “Cell Division” (Nature)