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Sam Jaffe

Trip:
Fellows Fall 2004
Affiliation:
The Scientist
Country:
India
Year:
2004

Sam Jaffe is a Philadelphia-based associate editor at The Scientist magazine, a publication for life science Ph.D.'s. He covers issues related to the history, ethics and philosophy of science, as well as research breakthroughs. He began his career a month after graduating from Wake Forest University in 1991 when he did reporting that led to the governor of North Carolina commuting the death penalty sentence of a man. He attended NYU to attain a joint master's degree in Near East Studies and Journalism. He has worked at The Wall Street Journal, SmartMoney, Bloomberg and BusinessWeek. He teaches journalism at Temple University. 

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