David Stipp has written about science, medicine, the environment and biotech since 1982 for The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Salon, Science and other publications. He led Fortune's science and medical coverage from 1995 to 2005 as a senior writer, and from 1982 to 1995 covered science and medicine as a staff reporter at The Wall Street Journal. In 1998 he won a National Association of Science Writer's award for best magazine article. Over the past decade, he has written extensively about the study of aging, including his recent book, discussed here. View David Stipp's September 2010 discussion with SftPublic.
. The Youth Pill: Scientists at the Brink of an Anti-Aging Revolution. David Stipp. New York: Current, 2010.
more by David Stipp:
*How Senescent Cells Spur Aging and Cancer, Scientific American, August 2012)
*Quest for Anti-Aging Drugs Transitions from Flaky to MainstreamScientific American Guest Blog, December 2011