Adam Voiland joined U.S. News as an intern for the Health section in 2006, and was promoted to reporter in 2007. He covers environmental health and men's health with an emphasis on News You Can Use®. Prior to joining U.S. News, Voiland worked at the Mote Marine Biological Laboratory as a science writer where he covered marine biology. In 2004, he wrote for Popular Science, assisting in various editorial and reporter responsibilities. In 2003, he worked at the Chicago Field Museum writing feature-length stories on natural history for their magazine, In the Field. From 2002 until 2003 Voiland taught English in Hokkaido, Japan. He graduated from Brown University in 2005 with a bachelor's in geology and biology.
Adam received the Brown University's Howard Hughes Science Writing Fellowship in 2003, and the Brown University Writing Fellowship in 2002.