Lisa Nainggolan joined
as a medical journalist in 2000, from
Scrip World Pharmaceutical News
, where she was science editor. She worked concurrently on
from 2000 to 2004.
Most recently, she came third in the
Association of Health Care Journalists
(AHCJ) 2011 Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism, for her feature on congenital heart disease: "
Lost in transition: The looming epidemic of grown-up congenital heart disease.
She is a member of
team that won the
Online News Association
Online Journalism Award in the category of Specialty Site Journalism-Independent in 2010.
In 2004, she won the
Society for Women's Health Research
Excellence award for her article: "
Pregnant pause: Evaluation of pregnant women with heart disease
" and the same year came second in the
European Medical Writers Association
Arthritis Writing Excellence Award, Medical Press category.
She graduated with a BSc (hons) in physiology from Sheffield University, UK and began her career as a poisons information specialist at Guy's Hospital before moving into medical journalism in 1995. She is based in London, UK.
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