302_gaul.jpgGilbert M. Gaul joined The Washington Post's investigations unit in 2001, after working for nearly two decades at the Philadelphia Inquirer. Gil has twice been awarded the Pulitzer Prize and has been a finalist on four other occasions. He won a Pulitzer in the public service category for his 1989 series on flaws in the nation's blood system. In 1979, he shared the Pulitzer for investigative reporting for stories about organized crime in the coal industry. Gil also has reported on non-profit organizations, the business of college sports, homeland security, the black market for prescription drugs and problems in the Medicare program. He also has been a Nieman fellow at Harvard University. Gil grew up in New Jersey, where he was a nationally ranked javelin thrower and graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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