Jeanette Beebe (bee – bee) is a poet and journalist. Her reporting on public health, science, and tech has appeared in The Daily Beast and Scientific American, and she has reported for NPR’s Philadelphia affiliate, WHYY, for over two years (first as a Newsroom Intern). She also works as a fact checker for hire, and her work as a freelance recordist has been broadcast by the BBC, Gimlet Media, WBUR, and NPR/ProPublica’s investigative series “Lost Mothers”, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting.
Jeanette holds an A.B. in English with certificates in Creative Writing + Gender andSexuality Studies from Princeton. She was an M.A. Scholar at NYU’s Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program. A Pushcart- and Best New Poets-nominated writer, she’s currently a dual-genre MFA candidate (Creative Nonfiction and Poetry) at the Vermont Center of Fine Arts.
Born and raised in Iowa, Jeanette has lived in New Jersey for over a decade. Based in Princeton, halfway between New York and Philadelphia, Jeanette is a long-time commuter, and travels light. Stop by and say hello on Twitter: @JeanetteBeebe, or ask for her Signal info. https://www.jeanettebeebe.com.
Addiction, Aging, Allergy & Immunology, Alzheimer's, Antibiotic Resistance, Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning, Behavioral Health, Business, Cancer & Oncology, Clinical Medicine, Clinical Trials, Culture, Data Reporting, Disease, Drugs, Eating Disorders, Emergency Care & Preparedness, Engineering, Genetics, Health Care, Health Care Costs, Health Care Safety, Health Disparities, Health Insurance, Health Policy, Health Tech, Innovation, LGBTQ Health, Maternal Health, Medical Research, Mental Health, Narrative Nonfiction, Neuroscience, News, Nursing, Opioids, Organ Transplants, Patient Safety, Psychiatry, Profiles, Pollution, Public Health, Public Housing, Reproductive Medicine, Reported Features, Robots, Sexuality, STEM Education, Substance Use Disorders & Recovery, Technology, Virology, Women in Science, Women's Health
Recent AHCJ training
2018 Urban Health Journalism Workshop