Dania Daye, MD, PhD

Dania Daye, MD, PhD, interventional radiologist and faculty member at the Mass General/Harvard–MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, was named the new assistant director of the Mass General Center for Outcomes and Patient Safety in Surgery (COMPASS). In this role, Dr. Daye will lead and support projects that foster collaboration across Mass General surgical and procedural specialties to strengthen patient care, in line with the program’s mission to ensure the most effective, safest, highest quality procedure for every patient. One such project is leading the development and implementation of a COMPASS quality and safety educational curriculum—an elective offering to provide deeper learning for surgical and procedural trainees who are interested in furthering their careers in patient safety. This will be executed in collaboration with several Mass General residency program directors.

Dr. Daye’s clinical interests are in venous disease, interventional oncology, tumor ablation and MRI-guided interventions. She is passionate about care delivery redesign to support quality and safety, and patient-centered care. She is the quality director of the Department of Interventional Radiology at Mass General as well as the co-director of its research program. She is also the director of the Precision Interventional and Medical Imaging Lab, which focuses on designing novel machine learning- and digital health-based techniques to improve precision and patient-centered care. Dr. Daye designed the James H. Thrall Management and Leadership Training Program for radiology residents, is founding co-chair of the Mass General Women in Radiology Steering Committee and current chair of the Mass General Department of Imaging Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee.