Daniela Lamas is a Pulmonary and Critical Care physician at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Associate Faculty at Ariadne Labs, where she works with the Serious Illness Care Program. Her clinical and research areas of focus are in long-term critical care survivorship, palliative care in the ICU and decision-making surrounding chronic critical illness.
Additionally, she is co-PI for a PCORI Tier Pipeline to Proposal grant to improve services for ICU survivors. She is also the PI for a Society of Critical Care Medicine-funded THRIVE initiative to create follow-up clinics for ICU survivors. She writes regularly on these topics for the lay public, and is most frequently published in the New York Times.