Miriam T Harris, MD, MSc
Primary Care Addiction Specialist
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More About Me
Dr. Harris is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and an addiction expert at Boston Medical Center. She attended McMaster University for medical school and completed her internal medicine residency at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Harris completed an academic general Internal medicine fellowship at McGill University, where she undertook a masters in epidemiology. Following this, she completed an addiction medicine fellowship at Boston University. Dr. Harris’s research interests focus on the intersection of women’s health and addiction including: increasing sexual, reproductive, and HIV prevention services in substance use treatment spaces; substance use treatment while pregnant and parenting; and gender-responsive harm reduction. Dr Harris provides primary care and office-based addiction treatment in the Women’s Health Unit at Boston Medical Center and attends on the General Medicine units and the Addiction Consult Service
EducationMcMaster University, 2010
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, 2016
Boston University Addiction Medicine Fellowship, Boston, MA, 2019
Location1 Boston Medical Center Pl
Boston, MA 02118
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