Liz Kowalczyk

Kowalczyk covers healthcare and medicine for the Globe, including treatment and cost trends in hospitals and physicians’ practices. She is a graduate of Cornell University, and has worked for the Globe since 2000. She was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2013 as part of a team for national reporting.

Latest stories

Many Brigham workers sought help from peer counseling

By , Globe Staff

After the shooting of Michael Davidson, 200 doctors, nurses, and clinicians sought help from a unique peer support program.

Brookline rabbi seeks justice in 1994 terrorist act

By , Globe Staff

The call was made on behalf of the rabbi’s mother and other victims of the 1994 terrorist attack on a Jewish community center in Argentina.

Slain Brigham doctor recalled as caring, ‘visionary’

By Felice J. Freyer and , Globe Staff

Michael Davidson was remembered as a brilliant physician who took risks for patients’ well-being.

Surgeon slain, gunman found dead in day of crisis at Brigham

By Felice J. Freyer, and , Globe Staff

A preliminary investigation suggested Dr. Michael Davidson’s assailant “had some issue” with prior medical treatment of his mother.