Emma Goldberg is a reporter at the New York Times, writing for sections such as Health and Science, Styles, Gender, National, and Culture, among others. Her cover stories have featured campus techlash, surgeon moms, young women running for office, and low-income medical students. Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, she has turned her focus to the lives of students, physicians, and nurses battling the pandemic. She is the winner of the Newswomen's Club of New York Best New Journalist Award and the Sidney Hillman Foundation's Sidney Award. Goldberg received her BA at Yale and MPhil at Cambridge University.