Khalili Lab Members
Hamed Khalili, MD, MPH
Dr. Hamed Khalili is the Associate Director of CTEU, Physician Investigator in the CTEU, Director of Clinical Research in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in the Division of Gastroenterology, a gastroenterologist specialized in IBD at MGH and an Associate Professor of Medicine at HMS.
His interests include clinical and translational research in the field of IBD. He aims to better understand the environmental risk factors, particularly dietary, reproductive, and lifestyle factors, for the development IBD. He has been involved in NIH-funded research to study the complex interplay between common genetic risk loci and gut microbial environment on risk and progression of IBD.
Dr. Khalili earned his MD and completed his training in internal medicine at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Before joining the faculty at MGH, he completed Gastroenterology and Advanced IBD fellowship at MGH and obtained an MPH from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Current members of the Khalili Lab
Former Khalili Lab Members
Samantha Chin (CRC). Sam is now an MD/PhD student at Washington University School of Medicine
Benjamin Maxner (CRC). Ben is now a medical student at University of Massachusetts Medical School
David Morgan (CRC). David is now pursuing his PhD in Evolutionary Biology at Brown University
Yueming Allie Cao (CRC). Allie is now a medical student at Yale School of Medicine
Ye Chen (Data Analyst). Ye is a Statistician Associate at the Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Kaia Miller (CRC). Kaia is now a medical student at Duke University School of Medicine
Lauren Canha (CRC). Lauren is now a medical student at Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Xinwei Hua, PhD, MPH (postdoctoral research fellow). Xinwei is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cardiology at the Peking University Third Hospital