Madeline Drexler

About Madeline Drexler

Madeline Drexler is editor of Harvard Public Health magazine and a senior fellow at Brandeis University’s Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism. She is author of the 2014 book “A Splendid Isolation: Lessons on Happiness from the Kingdom of Bhutan.” Her reporting from Bhutan has appeared in The Virginia Quarterly Review, Tricycle, Saveur, “2015 Best American Travel Writing,” and other publications. She was a 1996-1997 Knight Science Journalism Fellow and is the author of “Secret Agents: The Menace of Emerging Infections,” published by Penguin in 2003.