Kohei Hasegawa, MD, MPH, PhD

Physician Investigator (Cl)
Emergency Medicine Network, Mass General Research Institute
Professor of Emergency Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Associate Physician
Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
PhD Tokai University School of Medicine 2022
MS (Computational Biology) Harvard School of Public Health 2021
MD Tokai University School of Medicine 2004
MPH Harvard School of Public Health 2012
airway management; asthma; bronchiolitis; genomic epidemiology; intubation; intubation intratracheal; metabolomics; microbiome; out-of-hospital cardiac arrest; proteomics; respiratory emergencies; systems biology

Kohei Hasegawa, MD, MPH, PhD is an attending physician at the MGH Department of Emergency Medicine and a Full Professor at Harvard Medical School. He received his MD/PhD from Tokai University (Japan) and MS (Computational Biology) and MPH degrees from Harvard University. Dr. Hasegawa completed his emergency medicine residency and research fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Hasegawa is an active clinician-scientist with 230+ publications and multiple NIH R01 grants, related to airway/respiratory emergencies.  In addition to these original research papers, he has published more than 40 reviews, textbook chapters, and editorials. He is the founder/director of the Japanese Emergency Medicine Network (JEMNet) and the founder/director of the Translational Research Unit of Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet), multi-center collaborations that aim to improve public health through projects in emergency care, particularly multicenter clinical research.

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