Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor in Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Hadi Shafiee is a faculty member at the Division of Engineering in Medicine and Renal Division of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Shafiee’s lab aims to integrate biology/medicine with micro- and nanotechnology to develop innovative tools and solve unmet clinical problems, including applications in infectious disease diagnostics and treatment monitoring for global health, vaccine delivery, and fertility. His lab is particularly interested in developing point-of-care diagnostics through utilizing advances in consumer electronics, nanotechnology, and optical/electrical/magnetic sensing modalities. His work was featured on the cover of Science Translational Medicine, Advanced Functional Materials, Nanoscale, Small, and Lab-Chip, and was also highlighted by some of the major news outlets including CNN, theguardian, Boston Globe, CBS News, New York Times, STAT, NPR, Scientific American, and Yahoo, etc. His work on developing paper microchip technologies for point-of-care viral load measurement received several awards, including 2014 BWH Bright Futures Prize and 2015 Innovation Evergreen Award from Harvard Medical School.