Andrew Gregory is a three-time British Press Award-winning journalist who is the health editor of The Sunday Times.
In 2018, he was named Health Journalist of the Year and awarded the British Press Award for health reporting for “Change The Law For Life”, a series about organ donation. It also won the Chairman’s Award. In 2015, he was named Science and Health Journalist of the Year and awarded the British Press Award for science and health reporting for “Kids In Crisis”, a series about mental health.
Gregory joined The Times in 2018. He has been a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors since 2013. He is also the recipient of the British Journalism Award, the Online Media Award, the Guild of Health Writers Award, three Medical Journalists’ Association commendations and the Young Epilepsy Champion Speaking Out Award.
Prior to joining The Times, he was the political editor, the health editor and a senior reporter at the Daily Mirror, where he was a finalist for five British Press Awards. Before that, he reported for the Lancashire Evening Post, The Gazette in Blackpool and The Preston and Leyland Citizen. He is a graduate of the University of Warwick.