Anand Vaidya, MD, MMSc
Dr. Vaidya is the Director of the Center for Adrenal Disorders where he oversees the clinical and research program. Dr. Vaidya graduated from Harvard Medical School and completed his residency and fellowship training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where he is now faculty in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Hypertension and at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Vaidya’s dedication to treating patients with adrenal diseases is directly linked to his research goals aimed at improving the understanding and treatments for these conditions.
Gregory Hundemer, MD, MPH
Dr. Hundemer is a nephrologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital who is conducting his post-doctoral fellowship in aldosterone physiology and primary aldosteronism. His research includes physiology studies investigating subclinical primary aldosteronism and outcomes studies evaluating medical therapies for primary aldosteronism.
Rene Baudrand, MD
Dr. Baudrand is an endocrinologist and adrenal specialist from the Catholic University of Chile who conducted his post-doctoral fellowship at BWH. His interests include translational research focused on dysregulation of adrenal hormones in cardiometabolic disorders.
Nick Yozamp, MD
Dr. Yozamp is a fellow in endocrinology with an interest in adrenal disorders. His research focuses on the cardiometabolic consequences of primary aldosteronism and optimal treatment approaches to prevent these adverse outcomes.
Miguel-Angel Luque Fernandez, PhD, MPH
Dr. Luque Fernandez is the chief epidemiologist and statistician in our lab. He received his Ph.D. in Preventive Medicine (Epidemiology) and Public Health from the University of Granada (UGR, Spain) and the ULB (Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium). He also has an MSc in Biostatistics from the University of Newcastle, Australia, an MSc in Epidemiology from the ULB and an MPH from the UGR. He has also worked at the Center for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Research (University of Cape Town). He currently works at the Harvard School of Public Health and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Meng Cathy Hao, MD
Cathy is a Harvard Medical Student who spent two years during medical school working in the Vaidya lab. She developed a large cohort of incidentally discovered adrenal tumors and her studies focus on the risk factors for developing adrenal neoplasia and the cardiometabolic consequences that may develop once they occur.
Kathleen Marion, NP
Kalie is a nurse practitioner who oversees our adrenal research program, including study participants and research coordinators. She also has expertise in managing clinical patients with adrenal disorders.
Allegra Sacco, BA