Emily Wasserman is an associate Life Sciences editor at FierceMarkets. Prior to joining Fierce, Emily completed her Master’s at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She specialized in magazine journalism, and also worked as a Health and Science reporter for the school’s wire news service. She covered topics ranging from America’s obesity epidemic to genetically modified fish, and her work appeared in local and national publications. In her spare time, Emily freelances for Fodor’s Travel and maintains personal food blog. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on Twitter at @EmilyWFierce.
Galen Moore is managing editor, Life Sciences at Fierce. He's based in Boston, where he's also helping raise two boys and volunteering on the board of a neighborhood Main Street organization. He comes to Fierce from the Boston Business Journal. Galen holds a masters in technological entrepreneurship from Northeastern University and a captain's license. He can tell you first-hand what it's like when the venture capitalists pull the plug. You can contact him at email@example.com or @GalenMoore.
Michael is an associate editor with Fierce's life sciences publications, writing primarily for FierceDrugDelivery. A graduate of the University of Missouri's School of Journalism, Michael has worked as an editor for Patch.com in Connecticut and a writer for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle in Montana. Michael lives in Washington, D.C, and enjoys hiking, running and exploring the city's bookstores and movie theaters.
Mark Hollmer is a veteran life sciences journalist. Before joining FierceMarkets, he was a staff writer for "The Gray Sheet," an Elsevier Business Intelligence publication, where he wrote about medical device and diagnostics startups, and regulatory milestones for large companies in both sectors, among other topics. Previously, he spent several years as a life sciences and health care reporter at the Boston Business Journal, where he followed the biotechnology, medical devices, hospital and health insurance industries. While there, he spoke regularly about top life sciences stories during appearances on New England Cable News, and commented on the growth of the Bay State's life sciences industry as part of a special that aired on the WGBH Boston public television station. Separately, he served a stint at Brown University, promoting innovations generated by the school's life sciences researchers and medical school. Mark lives with his partner in Washington, D.C. where he enjoys the region's multiple museums, great restaurants and excellent cultural scene.