About Sarah

Sarah is the health reporter for MarketWatch in New York, where she covers everything from biotech to insurance companies. Before this, she was the MarketWatch media reporter, where she reported on the rise and fall of MoviePass, got the scoop on a student-run fund looking to bail out the troubled movie subscription service, and uncovered an interesting emerging trend among cable companies. She has also reported on health for The Wall Street Journal and USA Today, and was a statehouse correspondent at the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.

Before she became a journalist, Sarah was part of the medical field. She was involved in clinical research at Boston Medical Center for years, studying the basic social needs of mothers and children and social determinants of health. In 2012, she started medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, but realized mid-way through that journalism was her true passion. Since then, she's been chasing down stories and loving every minute of it. 

Fun facts: Sarah loves hot dogs and Coffee Crisps. She loves animals, and she and her husband recently adopted an adorable gray tabby kitten. She was born in Toronto, Ontario, but now lives in New York.