Emergency BU Alert BU Medical Campus OPEN Jan. 28, 2015 Boston University Medical Campus will be open Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. BUSM classes will be held as scheduled. Staff should check with their managers regarding work schedules. Medical, PA and GMS students who are assigned to inpatient services or clinics are expected to be present, if possible. Students who are assigned to outpatient services should check with their course director or the policy at the clinical site. GMS classes are canceled. Staff should check with their manager regarding their work schedules. The Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine will follow normal school hours. All Patient Treatment Centers will be open for patient care and all classes will be held as scheduled. BU School of Public Health classes are canceled; SPH non-essential staff may telecommute. Employees who are part of the BUMC parking program should park in your assigned lot or garage. The Boston parking ban is still in effect. For updated information, please call the weather/emergency hotline at 617-638-6886 or visit the BU Emergency Communications website at http://www.bu.edu/ehs/comm/

James Hudspeth, MD

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2008 – 2011 Resident, Internal Medicine Program, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

2008 – M.D.  Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO

General field of research:

General Internal Medicine; Global Health; Hospital Medicine; Medical Education

Affiliations other than medicine:

Physicians for Haiti (NGO); Evans Educator with internal medicine program

Contact information:

General Internal Medicine, Crosstown 2nd Floor
Phone: (617) 414-7399



Medical education; global health



Hudspeth, J, et al.  “Access to and Early Outcomes of a Public S. African Adult Antiretroviral Clinic.”  Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection.  2004; 19(2): 48-51.


Hudspeth, J. “Tularemia.”  In Zubay, G (ed). Microbiology and Bioterrorism.  2005; Columbia University Press, NYC, p43-58.

Hudspeth, J. “Cough.” In Ard, K and Rogers, B (ed). Handbook of Primary Care in Resource-Poor Settings. Forthcoming.