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Christine Gorman is an Associate Editor at “Time” magazine.
Gorman joined “Time” in September 1984 as a reporter-researcher. In 1988 she was promoted to staff writer and three years later to her current position. She is assigned to the magazine’s Science section where she has reported and written stories on crack kids, aging nuclear power plants and the theory that comets killed the dinosaurs, among many others.
Gorman contributed to “Time’s” first cover story on AIDS in 1985. The July 15, 1991 cover story “Misleading Labels,” on the FDA’s crackdown on food labeling was her first cover story written for the magazine. Other covers include the January 20, 1992 “The Differences Between Men and Women” and the August 3, 1992 report titled “AIDS: Losing the Battle.”
Source -www.time.com http://www.time.com/time/bios/christinegorman.html