About Tatum Anderson

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Email:        tatumnanderson@gmail.com

I write about health, particularly in relation to science & technology, business and international development.

My articles have appeared in The Lancet, British Medical JournalThe EconomistThe Guardian Weekly, Guardian.co.uk, Nature, London Evening Standard as well as SciDev.net, and TropIKA.net.

In a career spanning over a decade,  I have also written for the following publications:  Wall Street Journal Europe, New Scientist, Daily Telegraph and the Financial Times, Rough Guide’s Anthology of Womens’ Travel Writing, Nursing Standard, Intellectual Property Watch and world health profiles for ITIJ.

I learnt my trade working as a junior reporter at InformationWeek magazine, a senior reporter at netimperative.com before becoming deputy, then consultant editor for Mobile Communications Europe and Telecom Markets newsletters.

I hold postgraduate-level qualifications in Development Studies from the University of London, Periodical Journalism from the London College of Printing and a degree in physics and chemistry from the University of Manchester.

I’ve worked as a physics teacher in
Zimbabwe and on stories in a number of countries
from Uganda to India.
I
am a member of the National Union of Journalists and the Association of
British Science Writers.