- The story of 'the Canadian vaccine' that beat back Ebola
- The new lepers
- Canadians stepped up to help lead fight against Ebola
Elizabeth Payne is an award-winning journalist who writes about health, science and other issues for the Ottawa Citizen and the Postmedia newspaper chain. She recently travelled to Guinea, West Africa to write about the impact of the Ebola vaccine VSV-EBOV, which was developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada, on countries devastated by the Ebola virus. She has also travelled to northern Canada to write about mental health issues in First Nations communities, including the suicide crisis in Attawapiskat. She lives in Ottawa with her husband and two daughters, who both attend university.