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The 2017 MedTech Boston 40 Under 40 Healthcare Innovators

10. Dania Daye, MD, PhD
Resident Physician in Radiology at MGH and Project Lead, MGH Radiology Virtual Consult Investigator Group

Dania Daye, MD, PhDDr. Dania Daye is currently leading a project to implement virtual consults to help promote patient-centered care in radiology. This initiative has been highly successful and recently received a $100,000 innovation grant from the American College of Radiology.

Daye was drawn to medicine because she wanted to help others on a global scale. After completing her MD/PhD at the University of Pennsylvania and an interdisciplinary PhD in bioengineering as an HHMI-NIBIB Interfaces Scholar, Daye began working on cutting-edge imaging technologies bridging the fields of imaging, engineering, informatics and machine learning.

“In medicine, some of the most difficult diagnostic and treatment decisions often hinge on a radiologist’s input,” says Daye of her profession. “As a radiologist, I enjoy the highly fulfilling opportunity to impact the care of multiple patients every day. At the same time, though my research, I enjoy designing and implementing technologies that have impact on patient’s care at a broader scale.”

40 Under 40 Contributors

James Gardner, Pamela Bump, Olivia Tardif, Sarah Schroeder and Shreya Iyer all contributed to this year's 40 Under 40. Learn more about their work in the "About the Authors" section!


  1. kian firouzbakht says:

    Dear Omid keep going on I liked your achievement .
    I wish all the best to you and your family members.

  2. Karen Smith Vanderburgh says:

    One in a series of amazing achievements for Brian Harris and his wonderful company!

  3. Akari says:

    Thank you for writing about my big brother Daniel! I loved what you wrote. 🙂

  4. Congratulations to a true innovator and an organization that is already seeing around corners!

  5. Sudip Mukherjee says:

    Excellent sir…keep going…. Lucky to be his first student…

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