I write. I write a lot. And I've been writing for over 20 years.
I write about access to medicines and healthcare – whether it's affordable insulin and biosimilars to compulsory licences, fake news on vaccines, pandemics and treating cancer in resource-poor settings. I've covered Ebola to cholera, TB to Zika and COVID-19.
I have written about the latest research into new treatments for depression, medicine prices, cross-border healthcare, the opioid crisis, virtual medicine and antimicrobial resistance. I have interviewed a range of actors from politicians to scientists, nurses and doctors, health insurance companies to international donors and air ambulance doctors.
My articles encompass science, technology, international development and business. My stories have been published in a range of media too, from WHO Bulletin and The Lancet to the Guardian, IP-Watch, Health Policy Watch, The Economist, SciDev.net, BMJ, BBC News and Nature.
I work on freelance commissions, primarily writing features, news analysis and in-depth profiles. I contribute articles to a wide range of conference newspapers, including the daily newspaper for the Congress of the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology International meeting.
Below is a tiny selection of the articles I've written.