Dan Hurley

Dan Hurley has been a medical journalist and author for more than 20 years. He has written nearly two dozen articles for The New York Times, on topics ranging from the so-called science of sarcasm, to a profile of the late psychologist Albert Ellis, and his experience testing a continous glucose monitor for his type 1 diabetes. (He developed the disease in 1975, during his first semester at college.) He has also written for Men's Health and for Psychology Today, where his article on the violent mentally ill won the American Society of Journalists and Authors award for investigative journalism in 1995. Dan also writes for physicians' newspapers, including Neurology Today, the official newspaper of the American Academy of Neurology.

Dan Hurley