Michael Specter has been a trusted staff writer at The New Yorker since 1998. Specter is also an adjunct professor of bioengineering at Stanford University. In the years since joining The New Yorker Specter has written about the global AIDS epidemic, agricultural biotechnology, avian influenza, and new ways to edit DNA, in addition to other stories. Specter worked at The New York Times as one of their Rome-based foreign correspondents and co-chief of the Moscow Bureau. He also held the title of national science correspondent and then New York bureau chief for The Washington Post.
Fauci, the Michael Specter audiobook Pushkin Industries produced, dives into the story of America’s Doctor, Anthony Fauci.