An award-winning investigative medical and science journalist, Bryant's reporting has appeared in
newspapers and magazines around the world. He reports regularly for The Lancet Oncology and other
In New Mexico, he has reported for the Rio Grande SUN, Santa Fe Reporter, Guadalupe County
Communicator, Veritas NM and New Mexico Business Weekly.
At The New Mexico Independent, Bryant reported on lax state regulation of the health insurance
industry and safety problems (and worker deaths) at oil refineries. His reporting on procurement
irregularities, missing lab tests and engineering problems at Bernalillo, New Mexico’s water treatment
plant led to the halt of a $9 million construction project and the state’s successful intervention to bring
Bernalillo’s water quality into compliance with the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act.
Among other honors, Bryant received a first-place investigative reporting award from the New Mexico
Press Association and Associated Press Managing Editors for his series on the off-label sedation of jail
inmates with addictive prescription pills, and a resulting, deadly street trade in psychiatric drugs.
Bryant is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), the Society of Professional Journalists
(SPJ), the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ), the Education Writers Association (EWA) and
the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (NMFOG).
Contact Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.