Height of Amy Dockser Marcus
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1. Where did Amy Dockser Marcus come from ?
Dockser Marcus was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, where she attended and graduated from Harvard University for her Bachelor of Arts degree. She returned to Harvard for her Master’s degree in bioethics which she received in 2017.
2. What could we know about Amy Dockser Marcus besides his height ?
Upon receiving her undergraduate degree, Dockser Marcus began working as a fact checker for the American Lawyer under the guidance of Steve Adler. He promoted her to a reporter position and re-hired her at The Wall Street Journal upon joining their legal group. During the 1990s, Dockser Marcus covered the Arab-Israeli conflict in Tel Aviv before transferring to the Journal’s Boston bureau in April 1999. As a result of her experience in Israel, she published her first book, The View from Nebo: How Archaeology Is Rewriting the Bible and Reshaping the Middle East, in 2000. The book was based on several articles she wrote while a correspondent in the Middle East. Dockser Marcus left the Journal for two years to work at Money magazine before returning.
3. What are the projects of Amy Dockser Marcus ?
During her second stint with the Journal, Dockser Marcus’s mother was diagnosed with gallbladder cancer, leading her to publish Improving the Cancer Care Experience for Rare Cancer Survivors and To Make Progress in Rare Cancers, Patients Must Lead the Way. She earned the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting for “her masterful stories about patients, families and physicians that illuminated the often unseen world of cancer survivors.” Following this, she published her second book titled Jerusalem 1913: The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, which was also based on her reporting as a correspondent in the Middle East. In 2009, Dockser Marcus and Maryn McKenna received Ochberg Fellowships, awarded to “mid-career journalists who have covered issues ranging from street crime, family violence and natural disasters to war and genocide.” She continued to publish pieces on childhood cancer and received a 2014 Field Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her article titled Trials: A Desperate Fight to Save Kids and Change Science.
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