Alice Tracey
Alice Tracey


Alice is a reporter with The Cancer Letter. She joined the publication in 2021.

Alice has a background in engineering and scientific research, having earned a B.S.E in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2020). While in college, she wrote for Michigan’s independent student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, and went on to pursue science journalism. She has a Master’s in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of London, Birkbeck (2021).

Latest Stories

Starting next week, NIH will require grantees to make more specific and timely disclosures of financial and resource contributions from outside sources.
COVID-19 & Cancer
As omicron infections and hospitalizations continue to peak in the U.S., a high-stakes battle over the national public health response is being fought in the rafters of political Washington.
In the morning of Nov. 10, 2020, Daniel V.T. Catenacci, director of the GI oncology program at the University of Chicago, did some trading, court documents say.
After consulting with women in oncology, The Cancer Letter has created a guide to help whistleblowers think strategically as they report gender bias and confront institutional resistance.
The NCI Board of Scientific Advisors approved 11 new and reissued concepts at a joint meeting of the BSA and the National Cancer Advisory Board Dec. 7-9.
Capitol Hill
Congress has extended FY22 spending talks once again, leaving the proposed Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H)—a key piece of President Joe Biden’s cancer agenda—in limbo.