Ariana (Wilkinson) Weber, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Emergency Medicine

MD, Boston University School of Medicine
MA, Boston University School of Medicine
BS, Elon University

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Dr Weber is an emergency medicine and EMS physician who is interested in medical education, improving the health of underserved populations, and furthering the careers of emergency medicine residents, physician assistants, and prehospital providers.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility

Dr Weber is dedicated to improving the health of historically structurally marginalized individuals, such as those with substance use disorders, mental health disorders, and housing insecurity. Dr Weber works at one of Boston’s busiest emergency departments serving the most underserved and marginalized communities.

Through her position as Associate Medical Director and physician lead of education at Boston EMS, Dr. Weber helps to teach a diverse group of prehospital providers about social determinants of health and how these can negatively impact health. Dr Weber also strives to reduce barriers to learning and support participation of neurodiverse individuals in her teaching through hands on and simulation based learning.

Dr. Weber is also interested in mentoring or sponsoring diverse faculty, staff, students and prehospital providers, including those with underrepresented races, ethnicities and sexes, neurodiversity, and disabilities.

Attending Physician
Boston Medical Center

Associate Medical Director
Boston Emergency Medical Services

Publications listed below are automatically derived from MEDLINE/PubMed and other sources, which might result in incorrect or missing publications. Faculty can login to make corrections and additions.

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  1. Merlin MA, Weber A, Joseph J, DiCorpo JE, Rice D. Journal of Emergency Medical Services. Succinylcholine vs. Rocuronium: Battle of the RSI Paralytics. 2019. View Publication
  2. Freeman C, Weber AW. Reichman's Emergency Medicine Procedures. Hemorrhage Control. McGraw Hill Education. 1141-1154. View Publication

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2019 Jackson Memorial Hospital: Excellence in EMS Education and Research Award
2019 CIR Women in Medicine Award: Outstanding Efforts in Teaching
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Emergency Medicine
Medical Education
Emergency Medical Services
Contact for Mentoring:

800 Harrison Avenue BCD Building
Boston MA 02118
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