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Natalie Spicyn, MD, MHS

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:


Administrative Title:

Medical Director, HIV Community Health Programs

Education and Training

Yale University, BS Biology, 2005

Yale School of Medicine, MD, MHS, 2011

Johns Hopkins Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics (MP) Urban Health Residency Program, 2015

Research/Clinical Keywords

HIV, PrEP, OUD, carceral health

Highlighted Publications

Wilson JD, Berk J, Matson P,  Spicyn N, Alvanzo A, Adger H, Feldman L. A Cross-sectional Survey Using Clinical Vignettes to Examine Overdose Risk Assessment and Willingness to Prescribe Naloxone. J Gen Intern Med 2019; 34: 507-509

Genies M, Kim J, Pyclik K, Rossi S, Spicyn N, Serwint J. Impact of an Educational Intervention to Improve Physician Adherence to Bronchiolitis Clinical Practice Guidelines: a pre-post intervention study. Clinical Pediatrics 2017; 00:1-6

Wilson JD, Spicyn N, Matson P, Alvanzo A, Feldman L. Internal Medicine Resident Knowledge, Attitudes and Barriers to Naloxone Prescription in Hospital and Clinic Settings. Substance Abuse 2016; 37: 480-487