Calum MacRae, MD, PhD
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Calum is chief of cardiovascular medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and an expert member of BWH’s Cardiovascular Genetics Program, which comprehensively evaluates, diagnoses and manages care for inherited cardiac disorder patients. He also is the Director of the Cardiology Fellowship Program and is responsible for Physician Scientist training initiatives at the Cardiovascular Research Center at Massachuesetts General Hospital. His research focuses on the biology and genomics of cardiovascular disease, specifically the biological basis of different arrhythmia susceptibilities. His clinical interests include investigating new phenotypes and how research findings—including genomics discoveries—can be systematically implemented into clinical care. In October 2016, Calum and his world-class team were selected as the recipients of the One Brave Idea research award.