Brief Biography

Junaid Nabi is a physician, health systems researcher, and writer. He is an internationally recognized expert on health policy, digital health, and health care strategy.

He is a New Voices Senior Fellow at the Aspen Institute, where he writes about global health, health innovations, bioethics, and health care reform. Currently, he is serving on the Working Group on Regulatory Considerations for Digital Health and Innovation at the World Health Organization. He is also a Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School Leadership Incubator and a Member of the Expert Network (Global Health and COVID-19) at the World Economic Forum. In 2020, he served as an Emerging Leaders Fellow at the United Nations Association of the United States and coordinated one of the first global lectures on systems-based public health response to COVID-19.

His current research portfolio at Harvard Business School focuses on examining how value-based health care strategy can transform care delivery and promote health equity. Previously, he led research and implementation projects at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School on investigating health system factors that lead to racial disparities in cancer care, evaluating the economic impact of innovative medical technologies, and implementation of novel digital decision support tools into electronic medical records—especially for vulnerable patient communities.