charged podcast

We are in an era of rapid transformation in science, medicine and health care. And while women take the lead on many health care decisions, for decades most public conversations in medicine, health science and research have been dominated by men.

We're here to introduce you to the women behind the most significant innovations in health care today. They spend their days breaking boundaries at the bedside, behind the lab bench and from administrative posts. They are building better diagnostic tools and treatment models and discovering new paths to better patient care.

The women at Mass General have been driving health care innovations for years, and now it’s time to hear their voices. From the minds of the women leading health care, this is Charged.


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About the Host

Amy M. Wicks

Amy M. Wicks, host of Charged podcast

Amy is a writer, editor and digital strategist at Mass General. When she’s not hunting down new stories for Charged, you can find her working on projects for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Department of Psychiatry.

After completing her undergraduate degree in English at St. Olaf College, Amy spent five years exploring Eastern Europe and teaching high school English at a bilingual school in Bratislava, Slovakia. She moved to Boston for her graduate studies at Emerson College and fell in love with East Coast life.

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