Geren Starr Stone MD, DTM&H

Adjunct Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine

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Geren Stone

General Internal Medicine


Dr. Stone is a primary care and addiction treatment provider with Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program. He serves as the Medical Director at the clinics at St. Francis House and the New England Center and Home for Veterans. This clinical work informs his teaching and leadership in the LEADS (Learn, Experience, Advocate, Discover, and Serve) curriculum at the Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine where he directs the Homeless Health track. Through all his roles, he seeks to put equity principles into practice in partnership with trainees and colleagues to work for health equity and contribute to the improvement of the health of individuals and communities.


Medicine, MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine

Sociology, BA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Certificate, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine


Published on 10/24/2023

Jain R, Stone GS, Gartland MG. Medical Care for Newly Arrived Displaced Persons. NEJM Evid. 2023 Nov; 2(11):EVIDra2200286. PMID: 38320529.

Published on 8/8/2022

Guiles DA, Nuwagira E, Stone GS. Four Learner Categories in Global Health Experiences: A Framework for Successful Resident Engagement. Ann Glob Health. 2022; 88(1):66. PMID: 36043038.

Published on 4/22/2022

Miller JS, Mulogo EM, Wesuta AC, Mumbere N, Mbaju J, Matte M, Ntaro M, Guiles DA, Patel PR, Bwambale S, Kenney J, Reyes R, Stone GS. Long-term quality of integrated community case management care for children in Bugoye Subcounty, Uganda: a retrospective observational study. BMJ Open. 2022 04 22; 12(4):e051015. PMID: 35459661.

Published on 6/2/2021

Miller JS, Mbusa RK, Baguma S, Patel P, Matte M, Ntaro M, Wesuta AC, Mumbere N, Bwambale S, Mian-McCarthy S, Kenney J, Guiles D, Mulogo EM, Stone GS. A cross-sectional study comparing case scenarios and record review to measure quality of Integrated Community Case Management care in western Uganda. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2021 06 02; 115(6):627-633. PMID: 33002128.

Published on 3/16/2021

Litzelman DK, Gardner A, Einterz RM, Owiti P, Wambui C, Huskins JC, Schmitt-Wendholt KM, Stone GS, Ayuo PO, Inui TS, Cottingham AH, Umoren RA. Correction: [On Becoming a Global Citizen: Transformative Learning Through Global Health Experiences]. Ann Glob Health. 2021 Mar 16; 87(1):26. PMID: 33777711.

Published on 1/30/2021

Miller JS, Patel P, Mian-McCarthy S, Wesuta AC, Matte M, Ntaro M, Bwambale S, Kenney J, Stone GS, Mulogo EM. Usage of and satisfaction with Integrated Community Case Management care in western Uganda: a cross-sectional survey. Malar J. 2021 Jan 30; 20(1):65. PMID: 33516205.

Published on 1/1/2021

Miller JS, Mbusa RK, Baguma S, Patel P, Matte M, Ntaro M, Bwambale S, Kenney J, Guiles D, Mulogo EM, Stone GS. Assessing Village Health Workers' Ability to Perform and Interpret Rapid Diagnostic Tests for Malaria 4 Years after Initial Training: A Cross-Sectional Study. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2021 01; 104(1):294-297. PMID: 33146114.

Published on 12/26/2019

Stone GS, Glover M, Jilg N, Sfeir MM. Case 40-2019: A 26-Year-Old Returning Traveler with Headache. N Engl J Med. 2019 Dec 26; 381(26):2553-2560. PMID: 31881142.

Published on 10/22/2018

Jarolimova J, Baguma S, Patel P, Mian-McCarthy S, Ntaro M, Matte M, Kenney J, Bwambale S, Mulogo E, Stone G. Completion of community health worker initiated patient referrals in integrated community case management in rural Uganda. Malar J. 2018 Oct 22; 17(1):379. PMID: 30348156.

Published on 8/24/2018

Bapolisi A, Crabtree K, Jarolimova J, Kelly C, Kentoffio K, Patel P, Stone G, Batwala V. Assessment of attitudes and targeted educational needs for refugee care providers in a Ugandan hospital. Int J Med Educ. 2018 Aug 24; 9:221-225. PMID: 30144389.

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