Hannah Flynn is Science Editor at BioNews and at the charity that publishes it, the Progress Educational Trust (PET). She also works for Medical News Today as a fact checker, and for the NHS campaign Keep Our NHS Public. Together with her fellow BioNews editors Dr Joanne Delange and Jen Willows, she runs the BioNews writing scheme, which provides practical science writing training and experience for PhD students.
Hannah has been a health journalist for a decade and has worked as a reporter for Chemist+Druggist and the Nursing Standard, covering policy and clinical news. Bylines include various trade publications as well as Vice, Ars Technica, TES and the Guardian. She has also worked with charities and non-profit organisations including the Royal National Institute of Blind People, the Children's Society, the Institute of Physics and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations. She originally studied Biology at the University of Manchester, and went on to study journalism at Cardiff University.
BioNews News articles written by Hannah Flynn:
|Olaparib extends life of ovarian cancer patients with BRCA1/2|
|26 April 2021 - by Hannah Flynn|
|Cancer treatment olaparib has been shown to extend the life of relapsed ovarian cancer patients with mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2, by nearly 13 months, when used as a maintenance therapy... [Read More]|