Ann-Christine Duhaime, M.D.


Physician Investigator (Cl)
Neurosurgery, Mass General Research Institute
Nicholas T. Zervas Distinguished Professor of Neurosurgery
Harvard Medical School
Neurosurgeon
Neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital
MD University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine 1981
biophilic design; brain injuries; brain plasticity; child abuse; children's hospitals; climate change; climate change and health; craniocerebral trauma; head injuries closed; hematoma subdural; hospital sustainability; hydrocephalus; neurogenesis; skull fractures; traumatic brain injury Dr. Duhaime was the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston from 2010-2021. Her research focus includes traumatic brain injury, brain plasticity and neurogenesis, and more recently, on climate change and health, healthcare sustainability, and pro-environmental behavior change. In 2015-2016 she was awarded a fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advance Study at Harvard, where her project on the neurobiology of sustainable behavior ties together many longstanding interests in brain function, behavior, plasticity, and global issues. Dr. Duhaime is active in the Joint Section for Pediatric Neurosurgery, American Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery, American Academy of Pediatrics, National and International Neurotrauma Societies, and a number of other professional organizations, and serves on several editorial boards. She serves as Associate Director of the Mass General Center for the Environment and Health, and is Associate Editor in Chief of the Journal of Climate Change and Health.
Brain Trauma Lab Publications Clinical Profile
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