2004 Kaiser Mini-Fellows

Joanna Breitstein, senior associate editor, Pharmaceutical Executive
Project: Tracking pharmaceutical companies’ AIDS drugs donations to patients in Africa.
AIDS in Africa: The Lazarus Effect,” February 1, 2005
AIDS in Africa: The Road Forward,” March 1, 2005

Broken and Fixed- Images and Ideas Shaping East Africa,” photography event, December 14, 2005

Breath of Hope: TB in Africa,” February 1, 2006

Geoffrey Cowley, senior editor for health and medicine, Newsweek
Project: The World Health Organization’s plan to extend AIDS treatment to 3 million more people by 2005.
Medicine Without Doctors,” June 19, 2004

Sharon Egiebor, executive editor, The Dallas Examiner
Project: The impact of HIV/AIDS on African-Americans in Dallas County, with special focus on teenagers.

Natalia Fedushchak, freelance reporter
Project: HIV/AIDS in the Ukraine
CU tracks HIV in Ukranian addicts,” The Denver Post, November 30 2004

Regina McEnery, medical writer, The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)
Project: The impact and challenge of collaborative AIDS projects linking university researchers, physicians and anthropologists in Cleveland with those in Kampala, Uganda.
Teaming Up Against AIDS is 3-part series on AIDS in Uganda
Case Battles Uganda Crisis,” November 21, 2004
Tracking a Killer’s Helper,” November 22, 2004
Focus turns to Affordable Treatment,” November 23, 2004

Kristi Nelson, health writer, Chandra Harris, staff writer, and Jeannine Hunter, staff writer, The Knoxville News Sentinel
Project: The changing face of AIDS in Southern Appalachia.
Living Positive: Faces of HIV/AIDS varied in East Tennessee”, Seven-part series, August 14-21, 2005

Judy Nichols, senior reporter, The Arizona Republic
Project: HIV/AIDS in Native American communities.
AIDS takes a growing toll on Native Americans,” July 3, 2005

Sabin Russell, medical writer, The San Francisco Chronicle
Project: The complexities and implications of the emerging HIV/AIDS epidemic in India.
AIDS in India,” Five-Part Series, July 4, 2004

Renata Simone, producer, WGBH National Productions (Boston)
Project: HIV/AIDS in China.
China AIDS Initiative: A Conversation with David Ho,” June 17, 2004

Matt Steinglass, correspondent, The Boston Globe
Project: HIV/AIDS and public health attitudes in Vietnam.

Kai Wright, senior editor, City Limits (New York City)
Project: HIV/AIDS inside New York State’s prison system.

Ruby Yang and Thomas Lennon, independent documentary filmmakers (New York City)
Project: HIV/AIDS in China
The China AIDS Media Project

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