People

  • Reporter, WILL

    Christine Herman spent nine years studying chemistry before she left the bench to report on issues at the intersection of science and society. She started in radio in 2014 as a journalism graduate student at the University of Illinois and a...

  • Web Content Producer, WFYI

    Doug Jaggers is the web content producer for WFYI. He is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Journalism, and worked as a newspaper reporter in Indiana and Connecticut before coming to WFYI in 2005. His reporting and photography has...

  • Regular Contributor, Sound Medicine

    Dr. Aaron Carroll, a professor of pediatrics and the assistant dean for Research Mentoring at the Indiana University School of Medicine, often joins the Sound Medicine program to speak on health policy.

    Dr. Carroll is a contributor to...

  • Regular Contributor, Sound Medicine

    Dr. Eric M. Meslin is director of the Indiana University Center for Bioethics, professor of medicine and associate dean for bioethics at Indiana University School of...

  • Contributing Writer, SoundMedicine.org

    M. Jennifer Abuzzahab, MD, is a Pediatric Endocrinologist at the McNeely Pediatric Diabetes Center and Endocrine...

  • Regular Contributor, Sound Medicine

    The first Hispanic president-elect of American Medical Women’s Association, Dr. Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, M.D., FACP, is a regular contributor on Sound Medicine. She is the Executive Director for the

  • Associate Producer, Sound Medicine

    Eric Metcalf was the associate producer of Sound Medicine. He has covered health issues for a number of websites and magazines, and has coauthored or contributed to more than a dozen...

  • Reporter, WFYI

    Jake is a reporter with Side Effects and WFYI in Indianapolis. He decided to pursue radio journalism while volunteering at a community station in Madison, WI, and soon after began an internship with NPR's State of the Re:Union. Jake has...

  • Jennifer Burnham creates and edits digital content for Sound Medicine’s official website and social media accounts. She also writes for Indianapolis Monthly magazine, as an intern-turned-freelancer; works as the social media and...

  • Reporter/Producer, WXXI

    Karen Shakerdge is a health reporter/producer for WXXI and Side Effects Public Media. From a young anthropology student to a documentary film producer to an oral historian and now radio reporter, Karen has been asking people questions about...

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