Four members of the MJA have been shortlisted for the Science and Health Journalist of the Year Award in this year’s Press Awards.
Daily Mirror health correspondent Andy Gregory made the list with three exclusives on three very different subjects, an NHS whistleblower, HIV organs being used in transplants and Brits catching zika during holidays in Florida.
Robin McKie of the Observer is in the running for stories on controversial calls to extend embryo research, gene editing and sea otters. The Guardian’s Denis Campbell has been shortlisted for a trilogy of articles on the funding crisis facing the NHS.
And Clive Cookson from the Financial Times is in the running with science stories covering the impact of Brexit, asteroids and the science of making money.
Click here for the full short list and links to the entries. Winners will be announced on March 14.
And don’t forget to get you entries in to this year’s MJA Awards. Click here for details.