Jennifer Lu is a former Los Angeles Times data journalist. Before joining The Times, she reported on environmental issues including air pollution, drinking water contaminants and agricultural runoff. She graduated from the University of Missouri with a master’s in journalism and holds a degree in biochemistry from Brandeis University.
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