Karen Pinchin

Tow Journalism Fellow, FRONTLINE/Columbia Journalism Fellowship

Behind the Life-saving Ebola Vaccine is a Story of Missed Opportunity
Developing new reliable treatments to disease often requires perfect confluence of time, money and scientific breakthrough. For some, it's no surprise that western governments and private corporations missed an early chance to cure what they saw as a niche disease in Africa.
August 13, 2019
How Hurricane Maria Fueled Puerto Rico's Resistance
According to many Puerto Rican political observers, scientists and activists, Hurricane Maria — and, by default, climate change — is at the heart of the current resistance.
August 2, 2019