Robert Gebelhoff

Washington, D.C.

Opinions contributor focusing on health, science and public policy.

Education: Marquette University, BA in journalism and political science

Robert Gebelhoff is an assistant editor for The Post's Opinions section. He has been with The Post since 2015, and before joining the Opinions section, he was a reporter for The Post's health and science section. Earlier, he was a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Latest from Robert Gebelhoff

QR code menus are good. No, seriously.

Once you stop clinging to habit, the case for virtual restaurant menus is obvious.

June 15, 2022

6 solutions to gun violence that could work

No proposed reform alone will stop our gun epidemic. But together, they can make a serious impact that will save lives.

June 2, 2022

Teen overdose deaths are surging to new heights. Where is the outrage?

Fentanyl-laced drugs are poisoning children. Is this enough to finally spur real change?

April 18, 2022

Biden deserves a lot more credit on covid-19 than he’s getting

The administration's covid response has been far from perfect. But Biden has a lot to be proud of.

February 2, 2022

The Democrats’ proposal to tax e-cigarettes is a terrible idea

Vaping may be a convenient political target. But taxing the habit is bad policy.

September 22, 2021

Needle exchanges need a champion. Will Biden’s drug czar nominee be that person?

He has a complicated history with syringe services. He'll have to do much better as head of the administration's agenda on drug enforcement.

July 20, 2021

Tasmanian devils scored a victory for biodiversity. But the game is rigged against them.

After 3,000 years, wild Tasmanian devils are breeding again in Australia. But it’s a hollow victory.

June 3, 2021

The U.S. is facing its worst addiction crisis ever. Biden must step up his response.

The U.S. addiction epidemic is at its worst level ever. It deserves more attention.

April 14, 2021

Anthony Fauci owes no one an apology

Rand Paul's demand for an apology from a public health scientist is repugnant.

December 1, 2020

Behold! Trump has a brand-new way to improve U.S. health.

Just ignore the parts of the country you don't like!

September 17, 2020