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Natasha Loder
Health policy editor @The Economist
Natasha Loder is The Economist’s Health Policy Editor, covering a wide range of topics in medicine, technology, pharma and science. Between 2011 and 2014 she worked as a foreign correspondent in Chicago, covering the Midwest, the bankruptcy of Detroit, education and agriculture. She has worked at the Economist since 2000, spending over a decade on the science desk, covering a wide range of subjects–including the rise of the private space industry and the carbon cowboys of Papua New Guinea. Prior to joining The Economist she worked at Nature, The Times Higher Education Supplement, and Research Fortnight. She has won many awards for her work in news, features and opinion. In 2018, her long feature about progress in cancer treatment won awards from the June L. Biedler Prize for Cancer Journalism, and the Medical Journalism Association. She is a judge on the John Maddox Prize.
Edward Carr
Deputy editor @The Economist
Edward Carr is the deputy editor responsible for editorial. He works alongside the Editor-in-Chief to oversee The Economist‘s journalism. He joined the newspaper as a science correspondent in 1987. After a series of jobs covering electronics, trade, energy and the environment, he moved to Paris to write about European business. In 2000, after a period as business editor, Mr. Carr left for the Financial Times, where he worked latterly as news editor. He returned to The Economist 2005 as Britain editor, then became business affairs editor for a number of years. He was foreign editor (2009-15) before taking up his current role.
John McDermott
Africa correspondent @The Economist
John McDermott is The Economist‘s Africa correspondent, based in Johannesburg, and roving across the continent. Before joining The Economist in 2016, he was a journalist with the Financial Times, which he joined in 2010. Mr. McDermott was a policy adviser in the prime minister’s strategy and policy units from 2008-10. He is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Harvard University, where he was a Fulbright Scholar.