Margaret Lowenstein, MD, MPhil, MSHP

VA Scholar, National Clinician Scholars Program, Perelman School of Medicine

Margaret (Maggie) Lowenstein, MD, MPhil, MSHP is a VA Scholar in the National Clinician Scholars Program and a general internist and addiction medicine provider.

Dr. Lowenstein’s research focuses on novel strategies for implementing evidence-based harm reduction and treatment for opioid and other substance use disorders. Her current work centers on the best ways to use innovative touchpoints to reduce barriers to care, including emergency departments, public libraries, and mobile outreach. Dr. Lowenstein has also conducted research on state policies related to opioid prescribing and is engaged in research and advocacy to increase uptake of opioid use disorder treatment in general medical settings.

Dr. Lowenstein received her undergraduate degree at Williams College, a Master’s degree in Biology and Biological Anthropology at the University of Cambridge as a Herchel Smith Fellow, and her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in internal medicine at the University of California, San Francisco in the UCSF primary care program.

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