I cover pulmonology news for The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, reporting on drug development, asthma, COPD, lung cancer, tuberculosis, pulmonary  fibrosis and hypertension, occupational and military lung health, air pollution, and tobacco control.  

My recent reporting has spotlighted China's state tobacco monopoly (the world's largest cigarette manufacturer), the FDA's long-awaited crackdown on misleading tobacco marketing in the USA, and the legacies of dust inhalation following the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks.

My past reports have detailed the roles of political patronage and palm oil plantations in Southeast Asia's seasonal haze, a recurring public health crisis, and uranium mining's lung disease legacies among Native Americans. 

I've reported on respiratory health in South AfricaIndia, Argentina, and Mexico.

I'v authored CME reviews on respiratory therapy and the medical imaging of tuberculosis, pulmonary embolism and occupational lung diseases for Radiologic Technology.