Harvard Medical School / Massachusetts General Hospital
Company: Harvard Medical School / Massachusetts General Hospital
Title: Founder & Director, Integrative Health Program
Location: Boston, United States
Fields of operation: Life & Health, Digital, Technology
Dr. Nada Milosavljevic is director and founder of the Integrative Health Program (IHP) at Massachusetts General Hospital, a collaborative research study and treatment program with Boston-area schools. She is a board-certified, Harvard-trained physician and faculty member at Harvard Medical School whose practice includes treatment for brain fitness and cognitive enhancement. Dr. Milo also holds specialty certifications in regenerative and functional medicine, medical acupuncture, Ayurvedic medicine, and Chinese herbal treatments. She is the founder and chief executive of Sage Tonic, a new mobile technology suite that provides integrative, holistic tools to promote preventive and personalized wellness. Prior to her career in medicine, Dr. Milo practiced law with a focus on intellectual property in the biotech industry. She is also the only MD/Certified Tea Specialist in the U.S. and serves on the advisory board of the Specialty Tea Institute, works as medical advisor to international tea industry publications, and is a contributing health & wellness writer. She is a board member of the U.S. Royal Medical Board (RMB) to Serbia.