Pamela is the author of Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic, winner of the first place book award from the American Medical Writer’s Association, 2009. She has written and spoken widely on Lyme and tickborne disease in public and on national radio for a decade. Weintraub is not just a former Lyme patient and the mother and wife of Lyme patients, she is also a longtime health, medical and cultural journalist and a national magazine editor whose acquisitions have garnered numerous awards for narrative, literary and investigative long-form. She is currently psychology and health editor at Aeon, the award-winning digital magazine of big ideas; contributing editor at Discover magazine; and a consulting editor in chief at Centennial Media, where she has managed the production of a series of newsstand magazines on topics from Secrets of Creativity to The Female Mind. She was previously executive editor at Discover and editor-in-chief of OMNI. She is author or co-author of 16 books on health and psychology, along with hundreds of stories for national media and on topics from pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome to the microbiome to the inner voice. Her deep-dive Q&A interviews with the world’s most iconic doctors and scientists have been published widely. She is a recipient of the Community Service Award for journalistic integrity, accurate portrayal of science, and determination to tell the patient story from the Lyme Disease Association and the Community Service Award for dedication to revealing the history, politics, and patient experience of Lyme disease through investigative journalism from the California Lyme Disease Association.