Alice Park is an American journalist and author based in New York, New York. She is a senior writer at TIME Magazine, she has reported on the frontiers of health and medicine in articles covering issues such as AIDS, cancer and Alzheimer’s. .    
In 1996, Park reported the Man of the Year package on AIDS researcher Dr. David Ho. She also spent a week at Duke University Medical Center in 1998 for the magazine’s special issue on A Week in the Life of a Hospital. 
In addition to her science and health-focused writing, Park contributes to the magazine’s Olympics coverage. She has written about figure skating at the Winter Games since 1998 and played a central role in TIME’s reporting of the judging scandal in Salt Lake City. 
Her work has been recognized with awards of excellence from the National Arthritis Foundation as well as the National Headache Foundation. In 2010, Park was named a Kyoto Prize Journalism Fellow.