Laurie Garrett is a Pulitzer winning science journalist and public health and policy advocate. She has written extensively
on global health systems, chronic and infectious diseases, and bioterrorism.
Laurie Garrett was born in Los Angeles in 1951. She was educated at Merrill College and at the University of California, Santa
Cruz, where she graduted in 1975 with a BA in biology. She attended the University of California, Berkley, for her graduate
studies where she studied in the Department of Bacteriology and Immunology. Garrett began reporting about science news on
KPFA radio. She later went on to become a journalist at Newsday.
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