Associate Director, NeuroRecovery Clinic
Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Young is a neurologist and researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He is the Associate Director of the MGH NeuroRecovery Clinic. After earning his MD from Harvard Medical School and MPhil in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge, Dr. Young completed Neurology residency and a Neurorecovery fellowship at Mass General Brigham and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, specializing in longitudinal care of patients recovering from severe brain injuries and disorders of consciousness. His research is focused on improving care systems through neurotechnology, neuroethics and neuroscience. Dr. Young is devoted to fostering responsible development and deployment of neurotechnologies for people with neurologic disease across the care continuum.