Fred Mogul has been covering healthcare and medicine for WNYC since 2002.
His beat has him talking to patients, healthcare providers, researchers and officials in hospitals, clinics, health agencies and labs across the region. Through a fellowship with NPR and Kaiser Health News, his stories frequently run nation-wide. His work has also appeared in The New York Times, Time magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer and many other outlets.
His first work in radio was at WFCR in western Massachusetts during college, and he then worked as a staff reporter and free-lance writer for newspapers, magazines, and wire services. He also produced historical, public affairs and health documentaries and shows for public and cable television, before circling back to public radio at WHYY and WRTI in Philadelphia. Raised in Westchester County, he has also lived in Israel, Hong Kong, Washington, D.C., Kansas and Nebraska. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, daughter, son and dog.
Read Fred's latest reporting on Gothamist.
Fred Mogul appears in the following:
Saturday, February 09, 2019
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the federal tax overhaul is draining the state coffers. Others say it's more complicated than that. Let the budget-cycle political maneuverings begin.
Friday, January 18, 2019
In Weeks 1 and 2, the legislature expanded voter access and LGBTQ civil rights. Next up on Democrats' longstanding wish list: enshrining abortion rights in state law.
Monday, January 14, 2019
Now that his party controls the State Senate and Assembly, how much will the governor seek to spend on his ambitious agenda?
Thursday, January 10, 2019
State Senator Alessandra Biaggi surprised many by defeating Jeff Klein, leader of the Independent Democratic Conference. This week she takes over the Senate Ethics Committee.
Tuesday, January 08, 2019
Democrats will soon start making laws in Albany, unimpeded by Republicans for the first time in decades. What will one-party rule look like?
Monday, January 07, 2019
Democrats say the Reproductive Health Act is a top priority, now that they control all the levers of government in Albany. Gov. Cuomo would go even farther.
Tuesday, January 01, 2019
Speaking on Ellis Island, Cuomo described a "dark time" of national divisiveness. He called on legislators to make New York a beacon of tolerance by passing a progressive agenda.
Thursday, December 20, 2018
Democratic leaders are mostly laying low, hoping State Sen. Kevin Parker's latest outburst will again blow over, but some are quietly expressing concerns.
Sunday, December 02, 2018
Mayor de Blasio pledged nearly $385 million toward school fitness facilities. But the Brooklyn Borough President says the resources aren't getting to students.
Sunday, November 18, 2018
The appointment of a new acting U.S. Attorney General raises questions about the future of the Mueller probe.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Amazon could get billions in grants and tax breaks in exchange for 25,000 new jobs.
Wednesday, November 07, 2018
Elected to a third term with a "strong mandate," Cuomo cautions the incoming Democratic majority in the State Senate not to go too far left.
Sunday, November 04, 2018
President Trump’s self-declared “referendum” on his performance will likely affect down-ballot races for the state legislature. We're just not sure how.
Friday, November 02, 2018
Michael Millenson on health apps. Jake Offenhartz & Fred Mogul on anti-Semitic graffiti in NYC. Jen Miller on the NYC Marathon. "Charlie for the Culture."
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Traditional canvassing can help 'get out the base' but it has little success winning over voters on the other side. So canvassers on Staten Island are trying an experiment.
Monday, October 15, 2018
Andrew Cuomo's long-shot challenger has held different elective offices in the Hudson Valley for almost a quarter-century, and he's only 43.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
The Working Families Party doesn't want to split the Democratic vote in November. But many in the party can't stomach giving Cynthia Nixon's ballot line to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Saturday, September 15, 2018
What high primary turnout and left-leaning politics mean for the general election.
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
The New York primary is next week, and polls suggest Gov. Andrew Cuomo has a big lead over actor Cynthia Nixon. But upset victories over the party establishment have given Nixon's campaign hope.
Saturday, September 08, 2018
A wide-open AG race — and what the 2018 election means for the balance of power in the state senate.