Brian Vastag is a science reporter at the Washington Post. Before joining the Post in 2011, he freelanced for dozens of publications, and earlier was the Washington news editor for the Journal of the American Medical Association. Vastag is a co-winner of the American Geophysical Union’s David Perlman award for deadline reporting.
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