Jeanne Whalen has been named deputy health and science bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal in New York. She comes from across the pond, where she most recently served as a correspondent covering pharmaceutical companies for the paper's London bureau. Whalen has also served as a correspondent for the WSJ bureau in Moscow, Russia. For more health and science news, follow along on Twitter at @WSJhealth.
Amy Swinderman will exit DDnews in December 2013. She had been with the publication since March 2008. Jeffrey Bouley is slated to replace her as chief editor in January 2014. He previously served as managing editor and online content manager for the publication. DDnews is aimed at professionals in the pharmaceutical drug industry. The publication focuses on issues, trends and product news that impacts decision makers in the pharmaceutical drug development and discovery arena. Discover the latest pharma news by following DDnews on Twitter.
Kiera Aaron is now senior online editor for Fit Pregnancy and Natural Health. She comes to the sister publications from Prevention, where she spent a year as senior associate editor and beauty editor. For the latest in fitness and alternative health, follow Fit Pregnancy and Natural Health on Twitter.
Amelia Harnish has joined Health magazine as an associate editor. She comes from Ladies' Home Journal where she served as an assistant editor, joining the magazine in 2010. Watch interviews with top healthcare experts and learn fitness routines by visiting Health's YouTube channel.
John Thomas has left his post at Modern Healthcare, Modern Physician, and Health IT Strategist, where he served as chief of editorial operations. He also served as editor for all three publications. Thomas had served in those roles since joining in 2012. A replacement has not yet been named. Follow along on Twitter for the latest in healthcare news at @modrnhealthcr and @MHresearch.
Abby McIntyre has joined Slate as a copy editor. She comes from POLITICO, where she served as deputy healthcare editor. Before joining POLITICO in 2010, she was with The Boston Globe. A replacement has not yet been named at POLITICO. Follow Slate on Twitter for the latest in politics news and culture.
David Andreatta has rejoined the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle as an investigative news reporter. He previously served in the same role for the paper until September 2013. In between, he was a healthcare reporter for the Globe and Mail. He has also served as a Sunday editor for The New York Sun. Follow along on Twitter for breaking news from Rochester.
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