Dr. Haider Warraich is a physician, writer, and clinical researcher.
He writes most frequently for the New York Times but also contributes to the Guardian, the Atlantic, the LA Times and the Boston Globe amongst others. He writes about all things that fall within the purview of healthcare, from health policy to the daily interactions between patients and their physicians.
Dr. Warraich is currently training in cardiology at Duke University Medical Center, Durham NC. Before this, he was a staff physician at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and instructor at Harvard Medical School, where he also received my training in internal medicine. His writing has been widely featured in the media and he has made appearances on CNN, PBS, and FOX as well as BBC Radio and NPR to discuss them.
Dr. Warraich is also an avid clinical researcher and has published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, Lancet, Lancet Infectious Diseases and the Bulletin of the World Health Organization amongst others.