H. Shaw Warren

Of mice and men: Physician and researcher H. Shaw Warren talks of the pluses and minuses of the mouse monarchy in medical research. 

H. Shaw Warren, M.D., is a physician and pediatrician in the Infectious Disease Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and is an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School. Shaw received his training from Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, and did further training in Infectious Disease in Boston and at the Institute Pasteur in Paris before returning to Boston. Shaw’s research has focused on basic science and analysis of clinical studies in the area of host response and inflammation. He is director of SPIRIT (Species Inspired Research for Innovative Treatments), a new program whose overarching goal is to discover better approaches for drug development.