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Emily Hayes

San Francisco, CA
Emily Hayes is a writer/editor with over 20 years’ experience in medical journalism, including magazines for specialist clinicians, government health publications, business newswires and pharma trade press.  Her educational background lies in journalism and political science. Emily has dual citizenship and has experience working in the UK and US. Since 2008, she has been a senior writer on staff with “The Pink Sheet,” working out of her home base in biopharma hub San Francisco. She enjoys covering drug development, with special areas of focus in cancer, particularly immunotherapy, and cardiology/metabolics. She covers major scientific meetings regularly, including the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and appreciates interactions with key opinion leaders while interpreting drug trial results. In her free time, she is a professional jazz/blues/country vocalist.
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