Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Center for Health Policy/Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research Stanford University


People


Photo of Nayer Khazeni
Magnify

Nayer Khazeni, MD, MS   Download vCard
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and Stanford Health Policy Associate

300 Pasteur Drive, H3143
Stanford, CA 94305

nayer@stanford.edu
650-723-6381 (voice)


Research Interests
Pandemic Influenza, Happiness as a Mediator of Health


+PDF+ Nayer Khazeni's Curriculum Vitae (163.2KB, modified October 2013)
+WEB+ Stanford University School of Medicine Profile

I completed my undergraduate studies in Literature and Biopsychology with honors at the University of California, San Diego, my medical degree at Georgetown University, internship and residency training in Internal Medicine at Northwestern University, fellowship training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Yale University, and my Master of Science degree in Health Services Research at Stanford University.

I have a fantastic research team and we love working together :) My lab uses mathematical modeling, decision analysis, prognostic modeling, multivariate logistic regression, cost-effectiveness analysis, and meta-analysis to examine:

1. Pandemic Influenza. We collaborate with colleagues in the Center for Health Policy / Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research (CHP-PCOR) and Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford, the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to examine and design pandemic influenza mitigation strategies. 

2. Happiness as a Mediator of Health. We study the health effects of daily practices that individuals can perform without a healthcare practitioner to decrease stress and promote happiness in their lives. Our current projects include studies of daily meditation and mindfulness practice. 


News around the web

Whooping cough: Clearing the air
Nayer Khazeni, an instructor of medicine, an associate at the Center for Health Policy at Stanford University and a pulmonary and critical-care physician, ...
July 11, 2010 in San Francisco Chronicle