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Healthcare Innovation Bridging Research, Informatics & Design Lab Collaborators

NYU Langone's Healthcare Innovation Bridging Research, Informatics, and Design (HiBRID) Lab works to foster cross-disciplinary collaborations with faculty and research groups within and around the larger NYU cross-campus network.

Digital Health Research Collaborative

The Digital Health Work initiative is an interdisciplinary research program at NYU that brings together technological, organizational and medical innovations toward a healthy and resilient society, and an inclusive healthcare workforce. 

Members

Batia Wiesenfeld, PhD

Dr. Wiesenfeld is the Andre J. L. Koo Professor of Management and the Director of the Business & Society Program at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University. She received her Ph.D. in Management and Organizational Behavior from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business. Her teaching and research interests within healthcare focus on how new technologies, including AI/machine learning and telemedicine, are changing the future of healthcare work and healthcare organizations. Her work has been published in numerous academic journals, as well as manager-oriented journals such as Harvard Business Review. She served as deputy editor of Organization Science, and in on the editorial board of several top journals in the field, including Administrative Science Quarterly.

Devin Mann, MD, MS

Dr. Mann leads a hybrid program of research and operational innovation focused on enhancing healthcare delivery using novel technologies. His research combines the disciplines of informatics, behavioral medicine, human–computer interactions, mobile health, and primary care in service of a learning health system and the delivery of effective healthcare. He is passionate about fostering creativity and using that energy to transform healthcare.

Katharine Lawrence, MD, MPH

Dr. Lawrence is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Dr. Lawrence completed her residency in internal medicine and primary care at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Her current interests are in the realm of digital innovations in healthcare, with the goals of improving patient–physician relationships, provider workflows, and physician resilience in the era of digital medicine.

Oded Nov, PhD, MSc

Dr. Nov is a Professor of Technology Management at New York University Tandon School of Engineering. He received his Ph.D. from Cambridge University. Nov’s research interests include human-computer interaction, social computing, digital health and the future of expert work in healthcare. His work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, including the NSF CAREER award, the National Academies Keck Initiative, the MacArthur Foundation, and Google.

Rumi Chunara, PhD, MS

Dr. Chunara is an Associate Professor at NYU, jointly appointed at the Tandon School of Engineer (in Computer Science) and the School of Global Public Health (in Biostatistics/Epidemiology). Her PhD is from the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, and her research group focuses on developing computational and statistical approaches for acquiring, integrating and using data to improve population-level public health. She is an MIT TR35, NSF Career, Facebook Research, and Max Planck Sabbatical award winner. 

Support

We acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation (Awards 2129076; 1928614).