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HiBRID Lab Healthcare Innovation Bridging Research, Informatics & Design Lab People

Healthcare Innovation Bridging Research, Informatics & Design Lab People

NYU Langone’s Healthcare Innovation Bridging Research, Informatics and Design (HiBRID) Lab brings together a diverse team of faculty and staff, with expertise spanning various fields such as medicine, informatics, computer science, economics, biomedical engineering, biostatistics, and social science. With such a diverse team, HiBRID Lab is well-positioned to make significant contributions to the field of healthcare and improve patient outcomes.

Our Faculty

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Devin Mann, MD, MS

Strategic Director of Digital Health Innovation, Medical Center Information Technology (MCIT)
Director, HiBRID Lab
Professor, Departments of Population Health and Medicine

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.

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Katharine Lawrence

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

Dr. Lawrence completed her postdoctoral fellowship in healthcare science delivery within the Population Health Science Scholars Program in May 2021. Dr. Lawrence completed her residency in internal medicine and primary care at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Before joining the HiBRID Lab, her research focused on social determinants of health and social justice, as well as on quality improvement in both patient safety and outcomes and provider wellness and resilience. 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.
 

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Safiya Richardson, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor, Departments of Population Health and Medicine
Collaborating Faculty, Institute for Excellence in Health Equity

Dr. Richardson primarily researches the use of information technology to integrate evidence-based medicine into daily clinical practice. Her previous work focused on usability testing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating clinical decision support. Dr. Richardson’s current work is funded by a K23 Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to use insights from the field of behavioral economics to design high-impact clinical decision support. She received both her MD and MPH from Columbia University and completed an AcademyHealth Delivery System Science Fellowship. Dr. Richardson was recently recognized by Business Insider as one of 30 leaders under 40 transforming healthcare.

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Danissa Rodriguez, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

Danissa earned her MS and PhD in computer science with a focus on software engineering at Louisiana State University. Her current research interests focus on requirements engineering and the healthcare and computer science field. She holds a BS in computer science with magna cum laude from Universidad de Oriente in Venezuela. In 2014, she was also honored with the Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship. Outside the lab, Danissa enjoys exploring New York City restaurants and cafes, going for long walks in Central Park, and spending time with her friends and family.

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Elizabeth R. Stevens, MPH, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

Dr. Stevens received her PhD from NYU School of Global Public Health where she examined the adoption new methodological practices among the health research workforce. Currently, her research interests are in improving access to care and care quality by focusing on factors influencing implementation and value.