Praveen Hariharan and his wife Kritika, with the support of their parents and mentors, founded the MAASHA (Massachusetts Arogya Anusandhan Shiksha) Trust.
Praveen Hariharan is a physician with clinical interests in acute care, cardiovascular longitudinal medicine, and thrombosis, and research interest in venous thrombosis and allied disciplines.He completed primary medical education from B.J. Medical College in 2008, post-graduate training in Internal Medicine from Boston University Medical Center/VA Boston Healthcare System with an additional clinical research fellowship from the Center of Vascular Emergencies at Massachusetts General Hospital and a Master's in Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health. He has held research and clinical appointments at multiple academic medical centers in Boston before founding the MAASHA Trust. In this capacity, he has served diverse underserved communities, including the veterans in Massachusetts, and mentored many post-graduate trainees. He has published original contributions in scientific journals and contributes to peer-reviewing for multiple scientific journals.
Board certification: American Board of Internal Medicine
Hospital affiliation: Massachusetts General Hospital