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Primary Care Physician; Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
Department + Services
Medicine, Internal Medicine and Adult Primary Care
Clinical Focus Areas
Internal medicine, adult primary care
Research Focus Areas
Public health, community health, patient narratives, quality improvement, global health
Seeing Patients In
Boston , 617-636-5400
Tufts Medical Center Primary Care — Boston
Biewend Building, 4A
260 Tremont Street
Boston , MA 02111
Phone #: 617-636-5400
Fax #: 617-636-1384
2013 and 2014, Martin P. Solomon Primary Care Scholarship Award Recipient
1. Huang KTL, Owino C, Gramelspacher GP, Monahan PO, Tabbey R, Hagembe
M, Strother RM, Njuguna F, Vreeman RC. Prevalence and correlates of pain and pain
treatment in a western Kenya referral hospital. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2013;16(10):1260-1267.
2. Were MC, Nyandiko WM, Huang KT, Slaven JE, Shen C, Tierney WM, Vreeman RC. Computer-generated reminders and quality of pediatric HIV care in a resource-limited setting. Pediatrics. 2013;131(3):e789-96.
3. Huang KTL, Owino C, Vreeman RC, Hagembe M, Njuguna F, Strother RM, Gramelspacher GP. Assessment of the face validity of two pain scales in Kenya: a validation study using cognitive interviewing. BMC Palliative Care. 2012;11:5.
4. Sebastian S, Dillon ST, Lynch JG, Blalock LT, Balon E, Lee KT, Comstock LE, Conlan JW, Rubin EJ, Tzianabos AO, Kasper DL. A defined O-antigen polysaccharide mutant of
Francisella tularensis live vaccine strain has attenuated virulence while retaining its protective capacity. Infection and Immunity. 2007;75(5):2591-602.
5. Strand M, Xiaobing W, Xiaoqin D, Lee K, Wang A, Yanqing L, Jinxi N, Guangming C. Presence and awareness of infectious disease among Chinese migrant workers. International Quarterly of Community Health Education. 2006-2007;26(4):379-95.
6. Huang K, Minahan J, Schnipper J, Boxer R. Getting back to the bedside (with time to spare): A time-motion analysis of the effects of a care redesign initiative on morning rounds. Oral presentation at the national Society of Hospital Medicine conference, March 31, 2015.
Kristin Huang, MD grew up among the cornfields and college football of Iowa City, Iowa, and moved to Massachusetts to attend college at Harvard, during which she spent two summers in China doing public health work. Dr. Huang stayed in Boston for medical school and spent a transformative year in Kenya doing health services research. During residency, she became involved with quality improvement to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of primary care clinic and with video ethnography as a means of telling patient stories in a compelling manner. Dr. Huang continues to be interested in global health and community health, and is grateful for the chance to work at the nexus of these areas by serving Cantonese-speaking immigrants as well as other patients at Tufts. She lives in Cambridge and has two young children who love dogs, parks and books. Dr. Huang enjoys swimming, outdoor activities, baking, reading and writing.
Member, Society of General Internal Medicine
Member, Society of Hospital Medicine