Lauren Silverman


Lauren Silverman is the Health, Science & Technology reporter/blogger at KERA News. She received a Peabody Award for her contribution to NPR’s Ebola coverage in 2014 and has won several regional awards; an honorable mention for Edward R. Murrow awards, as well as the Texas Veterans Commission’s Excellence in Media Awards in the radio category.

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