Catherine Arnst is in charge of content development for Edelman’s national health media team. She is helping to further the agency’s efforts to produce creative written, video and audio content across traditional and digital platforms for a range of health clients. Prior to joining Edelman Catherine spent 13 years as a senior medical writer for BusinessWeek, where she wrote numerous cover stories and followed a broad range of issues facing science, healthcare and medicine. She held primary responsibility for covering the battle over health care reform, wrote extensively for the magazine’s web site and contributed to the “Working Parents” and “Money and Politics” blogs. She covered telecommunications and personal computers for BusinessWeek before taking on the science and medicine beat. Catherine has also written for the Boston Globe, U.S. News & World Report and The Daily Beast. Prior to joining BusinessWeek, she was the London-based European science correspondent for Reuters News Service. She won the 2004 Business Journalist of the Year award from London’s World Leadership Forum, and in 2003 was the first recipient of the ACE Reporter Award from the European School of Oncology for her five-year body of work on cancer. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Boston University.