Our Harvard-appointed faculty use our position within both a medical school and a health plan to conduct research to identify effective interventions and systems of care that can improve health care delivery, inform and enhance prevention efforts, evaluate and inform health care policy, and contribute to public health. Our research spans many axes: from prenatal care to palliative care; from ambulatory clinics to intensive care units; and from policy to practice. Although faculty research interests are diverse, the common thread of all of our work is a focus on population health. This big-picture perspective connects individual care to wider systems of care to improve health across the country and the world.


Center for Healthcare Research in Pediatrics

Division of Health Policy and Insurance Research

Division of Chronic Disease Research Across the Lifecourse (CoRAL)

Therapeutics Research and Infectious Diseases

Program in Aging

Biostatistics Center

Center for Cancer Policy and Program Evaluation (CarPE)

PRecisiOn Medicine Translational Research (PROMoTeR)