Current Grayken Fellows in Addiction Medicine

Second Year Fellows


Bradley Buchheit, MD

Medical School/Graduate School: University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Previous residency training: Boston Medical Center, Family Medicine

Interests: Harm reduction, incorporating opioid agonist therapy in primary care






Simeon Kimmel, MD

Medical School/Graduate School: Harvard Medical School

Previous residency training: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Internal Medicine, Boston Medical Center, Infectious Diseases Fellowship

Interests:  improving care for patients with and at risk for infectious complications of addiction including HIV, hepatitis C, and bacterial infections secondary to intravenous drug use; how social inequality and marginalization mediate individual risk


Payel Jhoom Roy, MD 

Medical School/Graduate School: SUNY Stony Brook SOM

Previous residency training: Boston Medical Center, Internal Medicine

Interests: Addiction medicine, underserved populations, medical education


First Year Fellows

Miriam Harris, MD

Medical School/Graduate School: MD from McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, MSc from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec; Epidemiology and biostatistics (expected)

Previous residency training: Resident in Internal Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; Fellow in General Internal Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec

Interests: Women’s health and addiction, substance use disorder treatment in pregnancy, and harm reduction

Jeoffrey Hill, MD

Medical School/Graduate School: Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

Previous residency training: Resident in Internal Medicine, St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Boston, MA

Interests: Opiate use disorder, harm reduction and medical education, clinical addiction medicine and associated public policy