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Barbara Culliton has worked with the acclaimed policy journal Health Affairs, to launch a new dialogue among health policy leaders and biomedical researchers who are creating cutting-edge therapies.

Two interviews, one with NIH director Elias Zerhouni and the other with Nobel Laureate David Baltimore, initiated the project.
To Read the Interview with Dr. Zerhouni, please read more.>

Genome News NetworkMs. Culliton was Vice President for Publishing at the J. Craig Venter Science Institute and Editor-in-Chief of the Genome News Network (GNN), which she founded in 1999 at Celera Genomics. GNN is a highly respected online magazine for the general public that covers scientific and medical research about genomes. Read More>
nature MagazinesIn 1991, Ms. Culliton was named Deputy Editor of nature with responsibility for nature Publishing's editorial operations in North America. Ms. Culliton conceived and oversaw the creation of nature Genetics, which was first published in 1992, and the creation of nature Structural Biology in 1994. In 1995, Ms. Culliton founded and became Editor-in-Chief of nature Medicine, which was designed to bring basic biomedical research and patient-centered studies together in one easily readable journal. nature Medicine achieved remarkable success within a year and continues to be one of the most important publications in its field. Read More>
Johns Hopkins University

Writing about Science. From 1990 to 1998, Ms. Culliton was Visiting Professor, and director of the program, Writing about Science, in The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins. Students in this year-long, intensive writing program, which includes a workshop and a Master's degree thesis, were able to take courses throughout the university, including the School of Medicine and School of Public Health. Read More>

Science Magazine
Barbara Culliton joined Science magazine as a reporter in the News and Comment section in 1972.  She was subsequently promoted to News Editor and remained at Science magazine for 18 years.Read More>
Science News Magazine

Barbara Culliton’s first job in journalism was as a biomedical reporter at Science News, a magazine where younger writers had a chance to cover the major stories that on larger magazines and newspapers were assigned to more senior staff. Among the topics she covered were the first human heart transplant, the green revolution in agriculture, and the important news in basic biomedical research. Read More>







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