AHCJ member Christine Gorman (@cgorman) has been announced as a new editor at Scientific American, where she’ll work primarily on health and medical features.
From the release:
Christine Gorman began her publishing career at Time magazine, where she worked for more than 20 years in the business, nation, science and health sections. She inaugurated the magazine’s personal health section, which won awards from the National Press Club and the Deadline Club. Her cover stories, which addressed such topics as AIDS, anxiety, cancer, diabetes and sleep disorders, consistently ranked among the magazine’s top sellers each year. Gorman received a 2008 Nieman Fellowship to study global health at Harvard University, followed by a three-month reporting trip to investigate the nursing crisis in Malawi.
At the same time, the magazine announced the appointments of book section editor Anna Kuchment and blog and community editor Bora Zivkovic. You can find Gorman’s personal site here.