Briefing with James Gallagher, Health and Science Correspondent for BBC News

General information
Come and meet James Gallagher, Health and Science Correspondent for BBC News, who will be speaking at our Journalist Breakfast Briefing, 9-11am on Friday 5th April 2019.

James will talk about his typical day, what it's like doing his job with BBC News - as well as providing some tips on how to enter into dialogue with him about possible news articles and areas of interest.

James Gallagher - Biography

James Gallagher is the Health and Science Correspondent for BBC News. The first class biology graduate joined the organisation as a trainee in 2005. He then spent stints in Northern Ireland and on Radio 4 before specialising in health and medical science in 2010. He has been at the forefront of the organisation’s coverage of stories ranging from the UK approving “three-person babies” to the rise of immunotherapy in cancer treatment. He broadcasts across the BBC’s TV, radio and online platforms. He has presented the documentary series The Inflamed Mind and The Second Genome which investigating the role of the immune system in mental health and how the microbes that call our bodies home are vital for our health. He has received awards for his journalism from the Radio Academy, the Medical Journalists Association, the Association of British Science Writers and the Endocrine Society.
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Briefing with James Gallagher, Health and Science Correspondent for BBC News

Hanover Communications, 70 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8BT

Fri 05 Apr 2019

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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