Rob Stein Biography
Rob Stein is an illustrious American doyen Journalist currently working as a senior editor and correspondent on NPR’s science desk in Washington since 2012. He primarily covers reports on health and medicine with stories illustrating social trends, federal science policy, and politics. Before joining NPR, Rob served as a national health reporter and science editor at the Washington Post for sixteen years.
Rob Stein age
Rob Stein was born in a city in the United States. He is around 58 years old, although details with reference to his date and year of birth are currently under review.
Rob Stein Height
Rob is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall (Approx 1.72 m).
Rob Stein Family
Rob Stein was born to his hardworking and caring parents and brought up in the United States of America. Nevertheless, Rob has maintained information with respect to his parents and siblings under wrap.
Rob Stein Education
Rob joined and graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Later on, Rob joined the Harvard School of Public Health where he completed his journalism studies.
Rob Stein Wife
He is blissfully married to his lovely wife whose name remains unknown to the public. Rob and his beloved wife stay in Washington alongside their Mountain Dog, Bernese.
Rob Stein Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $81,456 annually. This is according to senior editors’/correspondents’ salaries.
Rob Stein Net Worth
Rob Stein has earned great possessions through his professional journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Rob Stein Career
At this present moment, Rob works as a senior editor and correspondent on NPR’s science desk in Washington since 2012. He primarily covers reports on health and medicine with stories illustrating social trends, federal science policy, and politics. He has made a research on women’s genetics, cancer, health issues, medical, stem cells, and health policy news.
Before joining NPR, Rob served as a national health reporter and science editor at the Washington Post for sixteen years. He covered the SARS outbreak and the H1N1 pandemic and the H1N1 pandemic. He kicked off his journalism career at the international wire service in Washington as a science editor and also at United Press International in Boston as a reporter.
Moreover, he served at NPR’s science desk as an editor for nearly four years. Rob left the station and joined the Washington Post. Rob alongside the NPR’s team, they have won two Peabody Awards. He is recognized by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Association for Cancer Research, the Association of Health Care Journalists, and the National Academy of Sciences.
Aside from his work at the station, he represents NPR at the World Conference of Science Journalists in South Korea, the University of Cambridge in Britain where he talks to the university, the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC, as well as international meetings.