We are looking for YOU!


MedCrunch has been growing incredibly over the last few months and is looking for enthusiastic writers and experts in the field of health, medicine and innovation –design, technology or anything that is interesting and captures our readers.

Writing for MedCrunch is a great way to establish yourself and gain exposure as an expert in the field. If you want to inform and inspire thousands of physicians and health entrepreneurs around the globe writing for MedCrunch is the way to go!

We are looking for awesome writers who are passionate about health and innovation. A heavy medical research background helps too. MedCrunch is growing fast. We need smart, enthusiastic Contributing Writers to grow with us as we work to produce the web’s most interesting, high-quality health and innovation related content.

The Details

We are looking for regular Contributing Writers but do not fear: the position is remote and part-time -which means that you can do it whenever you want from wherever you want! We do expect a minimum of two stories each month. In return, you get exposure, visibility, experience and dreams! The position is unpaid but you will be featured as a contributing writer with a personal bio page and links to your blog or website.


If you’re passionate, love to write, and want to help change the world of health and medicine, please send us an email at hello@medcrunch.net with (a) your resume and (b) a short story (max 300 words) on where you think medicine is headed in the future. Our application process is pretty intense (less than 5% of applicants become Contributing Writers), so just make sure you’re ready (for this jelly).

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Based in Amsterdam, Roberta graduated from Erasmus University in Health Economics, Policy and Law in 2011. During her academic path, she focused on researching the socio-economic inequalities in health care utilization in the rural areas of India. Over the past year, she has worked at Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, analyzing new disruptive patterns within the global health system -ranging from health systems to start-up business models. Over the past six years she has been working for a Dutch publishing firm as Marketing Manager and Executive Editor. Roberta is passionate about health innovations, disruptive change in developing countries, social media and photography. She is a lover of good food, travels, old movie theaters… and Apple.