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Raquel Reyes, MD, MPA

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine

Specialty Areas

Hospital Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Global Health, Public Policy


AB Cum Laude: Harvard College, 1999; MPA: Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government, 2003; MD: Harvard Medical School, 2008; Resident: Massachusetts General Hospital, 2008-2012; Uganda Site Director: Massachusetts General Hospital Global Primary Care Residency Program, 2012-2014; Instructor of Medicine and Pediatrics: Massachusetts General Hospital, 2012-2015; Assistant Professor of Medicine: University of North Carolina, 2015-present

Research Interests

Dr. Reyes’ research and clinical interests are inspired by her particular commitment to women and children’s health in resource-poor settings at home and abroad. Dr. Reyes’ ambition is to use her formal training in public policy, public health, clinical medicine, and medical education to contribute to clinical care and sustainable health systems both locally and globally. She serves as a hospitalist and resident preceptor and is active with the Institute of Global Health & Infectious Disease and the Office of International Activities, contributing to the development of international experiences in the School of Medicine and Department of Medicine for trainees. Dr. Reyes also works within the Department of Social Medicine on health disparities research and policy projects.


Boyce R, Muiru, A, Reyes, R, Mulogo, E, Ntaro, M, Matte, M, Siedner, M. Impact of rapid diagnostic tests for the diagnosis and treatment of malaria at a peripheral health facility in Western Uganda: An interrupted time series analysis. Malaria Journal. 2015: 14: 203.

Boyce R, Reyes, R, Mulogo, E, Ntaro, M, Matte, M, Boum, Y, Siedner, M. Association between HRP-2/pLDH rapid diagnostic test band positivity at a peripheral health facility in Western Uganda. Journal of Global Health. 2015: 5(2): 1-7. doi: 10.7189/jogh.05.020402

Reyes R. July 28, 2012: “Emergency Message – Confirmed Case Of Ebola Virus In Uganda.” PLOS Speaking of Medicine Community Blog. November 13, 2013 and November 15, 2013.

Reyes R, Ahn R, Thurber K, Burke TF. Urbanization & Infectious Diseases: General Principles, Historical Perspectives, and Contemporary Challenges. In: Challenges in Infectious Diseases. Fong IW, Ed. Springer, New York, NY. January 2013.

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