Brief Biography

*currently redeployed at BWH; working with the COVID-19 Response Teams

Junaid Nabi, MD, MPH, is a public health researcher and a medical journalist. He currently manages an expansive, nationally funded portfolio of health policy research and implementation projects at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His portfolio includes investigating provider- and hospital-level factors associated with racial and ethnic disparities in surgical oncology; evaluating the fiscal impact of consolidating care of complex patients; evaluating the safety profile and pharmacovigilance assessment of novel cancer drugs; and, examining systematic factors that lead to opioid over-prescribing patterns after surgery. His implementation work includes development and design of novel digital decision-support tools based on behavioral economics within the Partners Healthcare (PHS) eCare system. He has also undertaken research that examined the effect of health disparities that arise from social and political disenfranchisement and the relationship between trauma care and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In addition, he is also a Research Associate in Surgery at Harvard Medical School, where he was previously a Fellow in Bioethics at the Center for Bioethics. His research in medical ethics and regulatory frameworks includes understanding cultural competency in global healthcare delivery; role of bioethicists in developing protective systems within automated medical decision-making systems that use artificial intelligence and machine learning; and, investigating the role of physician emotional intelligence in bioethical decision-making. He is a Senior Fellow at The Aspen Institute, Washington, D.C., and a Fellow at Harvard Graduate School Leadership Incubator (HGSLI).