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Daniel DeNoon

Executive Editor, Harvard Heart Letter

Daniel J. DeNoon is the former executive editor of the Harvard Heart Letter. He was senior medical writer for WebMD for 14 years. He was founding editor of the newsletter AIDSWeekly and covered the HIV/AIDS pandemic for this and other publications. DeNoon’s work has won a number of journalism awards, including several of the Society of Professional Journalists’ Sigma Delta Chi awards. He has served as a board member of ServeHaiti, a nonprofit group bringing healthcare to a remote region of Haiti. DeNoon is a graduate of Emory University, where he received a BA in psychology and religion.

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