carey goldberg

 
 

Photo: Jill Valle


Experience

2010-Present, WBUR

Co-host of the CommonHealth blog, covering medical research, personal health, health care reform and more. Breaking news; full-length original features; aggregating; podcasts in partnership with Slate; social media -- the whole new media bouquet, bringing traffic from about 5,000 pageviews a month in 2010 to a peak of 2 million in 2014.
Frequent WBUR on-air reporting on health/science topics. Occasional fill-in hosting for Radio Boston. Live fundraising. On-air science series currently in progress.

2009-2010, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN’S MIND MATTERS blog, co-editor.

2010, “THREE WISHES”
Co-author of an uplifting triple memoir published by Little Brown.

2002-2009, THE BOSTON GLOBE
Health and science reporter covering the brain and other organs;  neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology, reproductive medicine, genomics and miscellaneous medical and scientific topics. Three full days a week.

2001-2, KNIGHT SCIENCE JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIP AT MIT

Fellow attending courses and seminars to make the transition from general reporting to science reporting.

1995-2001, THE NEW YORK TIMES

Staff reporter beginning on Metro, rising quickly to national correspondent in San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles. Boston bureau chief from 1997-2001. Three publisher’s awards.

1990-1995, the los angeles times

Moscow correspondent covering the collapse of the Soviet Union and its aftermath. Pulitzer finalist (team of four) for coverage of the 1991 coup.

1989-90, the associated press, Local-hire Moscow reporter.

1986-7, the associated press, Reporter in Augusta, Maine.

1982-3, THE NEW YORK TIMES, Jerusalem bureau, interpreter and research assistant, stringer.


Education

1985, Leningrad State University, advanced Russian.

1984-5, Harvard University, graduate work in the Soviet Union program, fully funded by government fellowship.

1982, BA from Yale University, Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude.

            CONTACTS

  goldberg.carey@gmail.com

  careyg@comcast.net