Primary Team

Collaborators

Advisory Council

Primary Team

Shuhan He MD

Principle Investigator

Jasmine Kannikal

Researcher

Mat Mcgillivray

Researcher

Kameron Black

Researcher

Researcher: Digital Health and Medical Accessibility

Shuhan He is the PI at the Significance lab looking into design of digital presences created by medical and academic institutions and how the public and medical providers interact with this technology.

Shuhan He MD

Shuhan He MD

Principle Investigator

Researcher: Opiate use and implementation science

A magna cum laude graduate from the Univeristy of Miami with a marketing major and a Master of International Business(MIB) degree who has worked in marketing and strategy nationally and internationally. Jasmine assists with digital implementations of the Getwaivered.com project

Jasmine Kannikal

Jasmine Kannikal

Researcher

Researcher: Digital Health and Medical Accessibility

Mathew McGillivray has been an employee of Massachusetts General Hospital’s advanced cardiac life support department since he was 16 years old and is currently beginning his second year of medical school at nova Southeastern University College of allopathic medicine in Fort Lauderdale Florida. He aspires to utilize his innovative mindset in developing a hybrid-like field of medicine that incorporates individualized genetics, physical and preventative medicine, and neurology to optimize athletic performance. 

Mat Mcgillivray

Mat Mcgillivray

Researcher

Researcher: Digital Health and Medical Accessibility

Kameron Black is a medical student driven to live out his passion for digital health and for serving medically underserved patient populations. With the experience gained from his MPH degree in Community & Behavioral Health and his time spent working in Silicon Valley’s tech industry, he has refined his career interest in creating sustainable impact via the creation of culturally competent healthcare technology.

Kameron Black

Kameron Black

Researcher

Collaborators

GetWaivered.com X SignificanceLab

Through a unique collaboration of the best evidence based practices in Medication assisted treatment and opiate use disorder, the Significance Lab created an implementation plan to scale to a nationwide audience. Learn More

Dr. Alister Martin

Alister Martin, MD, MPP

Getwaivered.com

Advisory Council

Josh Goldstein MD, PhD

Scientific Advisor

Tim Mcdonald

Policy Advisor

Louise Corscadden

Scientific Advisor

Scientific Advisor: Editorial and Input

Joshua Norkin Goldstein M.D., Ph.D. is an attending physician and a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. His expertise and research interests revolve around neurovascular accidents, neurocritical care, and hematologic cases. In fact, prompt recognition of symptoms and care are vital in emergency conditions, such as acute stroke, epileptic convulsions, and intracerebral hemorrhage, in order to prevent long-term disabilities and fatal outcomes. He contributes significant scientific advisory services to the Significance Lab through manuscript quality control, IRB advising and more.

Josh Goldstein MD PhD

Josh Goldstein, MD PhD

Scientific Advisor

Policy Advisor: Systems Analysis and Health

Tim McDonald is an assistant policy researcher at RAND and a doctoral candidate at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. He is a senior fellow at the Center for Policy Design and previously worked as a researcher at the Harvard Kennedy School.

His research focuses on methods for designing policy for large systems, and the application of these methods to socially important systems such as health, education, the economy, and the national defense. His current projects include developing incentive-based policy solutions for the U.S. health care system.

McDonald is the author of Unsustainable: A Strategy for Making Public Schooling More Productive, Effective, and Affordable, which proposes strategies to align incentives with objectives in the U.S. primary education system. The book has been used by state legislatures and school districts to guide policymaking.

McDonald has an M.P.P. in business and government from the Harvard Kennedy School and a B.A. in political science from Hamline University.

https://www.amazon.com/UNSUSTAINABLE-Schooling-Productive-Affordable-Innovations/dp/1607093642

Timothy Mcdonald

Tim Mcdonald

Policy Advisor

Policy Advisor: Infectious Diseases

Under the speciality of microbial genetics, her PhD research relates to the effect of air pollution on bacterial behaviour. Before taking her PhD position at the University of Leicester, she completed a Master’s degree in Medical Microbiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and a Bachelor of Science Honours in Biomedical Sciences at St George’s University of London (both United Kingdom).

Louise Corscadden

Louise Corscadden

Scientific Advisor