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Cristine Russell

Where are you working now: Freelance science writer; Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School; guest columnist Columbia Journalism Review

What position(s) did you hold at The Star? - National science and medical reporter

About Me: Still writing about science after all these years and president of Council for the Advancement of Science Writing. Went to the Washington Post from the Star and move to CT in 1987. Now commuting to Harvard and writing about climate change.

Comments: Love to hear from Star alums!

Cristine Russell is an award-winning freelance journalist who has written about science, health and the environment for more than three decades. She was a former national science reporter for The Washington Post and The Washington Star and is the current President of the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing, a group of distinguished journalists and scientists dedicated to improving science news coverage for the general public, Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, currently at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. For many years she was a medical writer at The Washington Post.

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