Rachel Horne is a journalist with MS. She regularly writes for the highly-respected The MS Blog and has also contributed to articles in The BMJ, Annals of Neurology and Neurology. She was recently appointed Honorary Research Fellow at the Wolfson Institute of Population Health at Queen Mary University of London.
Rachel has authored a range of news and feature articles on medical issues - including ground-breaking stories highlighting women’s health, the lack of ethnic and gender diversity in the MS scientific community and the need for faster diagnosis and treatment of the disease.
She is the patient and public involvement (PPI) member on the trial management group of AttackMS.
Rachel started her journalistic career in China and covered the Tiananmen Square demonstrations and massacre. She later worked as a financial news producer for CNN in London. Her writing has appeared in the Financial Times, The Economist and the Wall Street Journal.
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