Marshall Allen (journalist)

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Marshall Allen is an American journalist, who with Alex Richards, won the 2011 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.[1]

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He graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary, with a Master's degree in Theology. He served in Nairobi, Kenya.[2]

He was a staff writer at the Pasadena Star-News, and the News-Press and Foothill Leader Newspapers.[3] He was a reporter for the Las Vegas Sun, from 2006 to 2011.[4] He was a 2009 Fellow of the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ).[5] The "Do No Harm" project was based on data mining, and analysing hospital records turned over to the State of Nevada.

He reports on Healthcare for ProPublica.[6]

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