Dr Clare Caldwell
Clare Caldwell is Research Editor at the Lowy Institute and an editor with The Interpreter.
Prior to joining the Institute, Clare held senior editorial positions at the British Medical Journal (UK), The Guardian (UK) and Australian Consolidated Press. She has written for numerous specialty publications and was arts and culture contributor for The Lancet. Clare has a PhD in English Literature from UNSW.
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