Tara Parker-Pope
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Tara Parker-Pope

Tara Parker-Pope is the founding editor of Well, the popular consumer health section of The New York Times, and remains one of the newspaper's most popular and most-emailed journalists. She was part of The Times team that won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for her stories covering coronavirus. In 2013, Ms. Parker-Pope received an Emmy award for the Well video series “Life, Interrupted,” which chronicled the challenges of the writer Suleika Jaouad, while she was a young cancer patient in her 20s. Before joining The Times in 2007, Ms. Parker-Pope was a health columnist for The Wall Street Journal. She began her journalism career in Texas, writing for the Austin-American Statesman and Houston Chronicle. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. She now resides in upstate New York with her dog Maddie.
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