Harvard Medical School
Daniel E. Lage, M.D., is a Clinical Fellow in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a Resident Physician in Internal Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed an M.D. at Harvard Medical School, an MSc/MBA at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, and an AB/AM in the History of Science at Harvard College. His clinical and research interests are in improving the care of older adults with serious illness. His recent research combines patient-reported outcomes as well as health services research methods to study burdensome transitions of care for older adults with advanced cancer. At the Program on Integrative Knowledge, Daniel is convening a working group on suffering and serious illness, with the goal of integrating evidence from the humanities and empirical sciences on providing high quality, ethical care for patients at the end of life.