Maggie Fox

Ms. Fox was a moderator for the Forum’s discussion on the Impact of the 2010 Election on Healthcare Reform.

Maggie Fox has been global Health and Science editor at Reuters since 2006, coordinating coverage of stories ranging from the swine flu pandemic to AIDS, malaria and the politics of stem cell research.

Maggie has been with Reuters for 19 years and has covered health and science for the agency for 14 years, with topics ranging from heart disease to cloning to AIDS. Maggie now oversees coverage, and writes about, subjects ranging from healthcare reform to space science to cancer, heart disease, and bird flu.

Before joining Reuters Maggie was a correspondent in Hong Kong for US and Canadian radio and television networks and several newspapers, covering Asia, and before that covered the Middle East from Lebanon.

She has completed fellowships at the National Institutes of Health on genomics, at Harvard Medical School on infectious disease and at the University of Maryland on child and family health policy.