Coralie Lemke



Coralie Lemke is a staff writer for L'Usine Nouvelle, a French weekly magazine focused on economy, innovation and tech, where she is in charge of the Health section. She also covers the chemistry and cosmetics industries. She previously worked for the daily newspaper 20Minutes, where she covered politics during the 2017 French presidential election. Prior to that she did stints for various public radio and TV stations, including RTL, RMC and Arte.

Coralie Lemke graduated from the journalism school “Institut pratique de journalisme” (IPJ) in 2013 and was awarded the “Prix média du dispositif médical“ during that the same year. She is a Robert Bosch Stiftung alumni, a German grant that supports young journalists.

Funded project

An innovative approach to eradicate tuberculosis in Uganda

This project will follow a programme from the University of Bordeaux in Uganda, aimed at screening children from remote areas for tuberculosis to detect it at an early stage and to compensate the healthcare deficits in the country’s in