Specialty Areas: Primary Care, Internal Medicine
Chronology: BA: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1988; MD: Harvard Medical School, 1993; Resident: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, 1993-1996; Staff Physician: East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, 1996-1997; AHEC Assistant Professor: McLeod Family Medicine Center, 1998-2002; International Physician: Rwanda, 2003-2011; Assistant Professor: University of Colorado/Univ of Rwanda 2011-2014; Instructor: Harvard Medical School/BWH/Univ of Rwanda, 2014-2017, Clinical Staff: Int’l Dispensary of Kigali, 2018-2019; Outpatient Physician: Piedmont Health Services, 2019-2020; Assistant Professor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2020-Present.
Dr. King’s research and clinical interests include the overlap of infectious diseases and chronic disease management, the psychosocial impact of chronic diseases, and travel medicine.
Recognitions and honors:
Harvard Medical School: Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Community Service Award