Pam Belluck is an award-winning health and science writer for The New York Times. Her recent honors include sharing a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Ebola. She was chosen to be a Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University, served on an American Academy of Arts and Sciences advisory committee, and was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship and a Knight Journalism Fellowship. Her work has been chosen for The Best American Science Writing. She has appeared on numerous radio and television news shows, given talks in venues ranging from the National Academy of Sciences to the Galapagos Islands, and was a TEDMED co-host in 2015 and 2016. Pam is the author of the book Island Practice, which was optioned for a television series. She is also a jazz flutist who performs with other musicians in New York City. Pam is a member of TEDMED’s Editorial Advisory Board.
"Infinitesimal Odds: A Scientist Finds Her Child’s Rare Illness Stems From The Gene She Studies." The New York Times. 2018.
"For Brazil’s Zika Families, A Life of Struggles and Scares." The New York Times. 2017.
Island Practice: Cobblestone Rash, Underground Tom, and Other Adventures of a Nantucket Doctor. 2013.
"Thinking of Ways to Harm Her." The New York Times. 2014