Zoe M. Weinstein, MD, MS, is a graduate of Boston University’s Addiction Medicine Fellowship and board certified in Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine. She has been the Director of Boston Medical Center’s interdisciplinary addiction consult service since July 2016. She has been NIDA grant funded as a co-investigator on multiple studies to deliver training and technical assistance to interdisciplinary provider teams (physicians, nurse practitioners, social workers, addiction counselors and recovery coaches) to expand treatment for opioid use disorder among hospitalized patients in New York City public hospitals as well as hospitals in Massachusetts as part of the HEALing Communities Study. She is currently site-PI of two NIDA Clinical Trial Network studies focused on inpatient addiction care. Her clinical and research work are also focused on long-term Office-Based Addiction Treatment (OBAT) with buprenorphine. She currently serves as Associate Director of Boston University’s Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program, a board member of AMERSA and is a site medical director of a local methadone clinic.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility
As a graduate of BU's Women's Leadership program, I am dedicated to serving as a career mentor and peer mentor to trainees and faculty who identify as women. As the director of the Addiction Consult Service, I am dedicated to equity and diversity in the hiring process as well as retaining and promoting staff from diverse backgrounds, especially staff who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQIA+,and those with lived experience with substance use. As one of the Associate Program Directors for the Addiction Medicine Fellowship, I have collaborated with the rest of the fellowship leadership on completely revising the interview process to a structured interview to increase diversity, equity and accessibility of the fellowship program and increase the diversity of the addiction workforce. This has been done in partnership with the Inclusion Diversity & Equity In Addiction medicine, Addiction health professions, and Addiction research (IDEAAA) Program and the Recognizing and Eliminating Disparities in Addiction through Culturally-informed Healthcare (REACH Program).
I am personally committed to continuing to explore and address my own biases, including participating in Boston University's Bias Reduction in Internal Medicine training, the Conversations on Race/Equity discussion series, and the DOM Reads book club.
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Clinical Addiction Research and Education Unit
Preventing Bacterial and Viral Infections Among Injection Drug users
09/09/2016 - 04/30/2020 (PI)Trustees of Boston University NIH-NIDA5R01DA034957-06
Next Generation Award for Adolescent Substance Use Prevention-Zoe Weinstein
07/01/2014 - 06/30/2015 (PI)American Board of Addiction Medicine Foundation
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Hingorani KS, Barnes E, Carneiro T, Sader E, Anand P, Ong CJ, Chung D, Daneshmand A, Suchdev K, Takahashi C, Greer D, Shulman JG, Aparicio HJ, Nguyen TN, Romero JR, AbdalKader M, Feske SK, Kimmel SD, Weinstein ZM, Fagan M, Dobrilovic N, Awtry E, Cervantes-Arslanian AM. Strokes in Patients With Injection Drug Use and Tricuspid Valve Endocarditis - A Case Series. Neurohospitalist. 2023 Jul; 13(3):272-277.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37441214; DOI: 10.1177/19418744231159460;
Rozansky H, Awtry E, Weinstein ZM, Peterkin AF. Grayken lessons: the role of an interdisciplinary endocarditis working group in evaluating and optimizing care for a woman with opioid use disorder requiring a second tricuspid valve replacement. Addict Sci Clin Pract. 2023 Feb 07; 18(1):9.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36750906; DOI: 10.1186/s13722-023-00360-7;
Peterkin AF, Jawa R, Menezes K, You J, Cabral H, Ruiz-Mercado G, Park TW, Kehoe J, Taylor JL, Weinstein ZM. Pre-Paid Phone Distribution: A Tool for Improving Healthcare Engagement for People with Substance Use Disorder. Subst Use Misuse. 2023; 58(4):585-589.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36695079; DOI: 10.1080/10826084.2023.2170184;
Laks J, Walley AY, Bagley SM, Barber CM, Gaeta JM, Neville LA, Peterkin AF, Rosenthal E, Saia KA, Weinstein ZM, Harris MTH. Developing a Women's Health track within addiction medicine fellowship: reflections and inspirations. Addict Sci Clin Pract. 2023 Jan 09; 18(1):3.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36617557; DOI: 10.1186/s13722-022-00357-8;
Calcaterra SL, Martin M, Bottner R, Englander H, Weinstein Z, Weimer MB, Lambert E, Herzig SJ. Management of opioid use disorder and associated conditions among hospitalized adults: A Consensus Statement from the Society of Hospital Medicine. J Hosp Med. 2022 Sep; 17(9):744-756. PMID: 35880813; DOI: 10.1002/jhm.12893;
Calcaterra SL, Bottner R, Martin M, Englander H, Weinstein ZM, Weimer MB, Lambert E, Ronan MV, Huerta S, Zaman T, Ullal M, Peterkin AF, Torres-Lockhart K, Buresh M, O'Brien MT, Snyder H, Herzig SJ. Management of opioid use disorder, opioid withdrawal, and opioid overdose prevention in hospitalized adults: A systematic review of existing guidelines. J Hosp Med. 2022 Sep; 17(9):679-692.View Related Profiles. PMID: 35880821; DOI: 10.1002/jhm.12908;
Buresh M, Nahvi S, Steiger S, Weinstein ZM. Adapting methadone inductions to the fentanyl era. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2022 Oct; 141:108832. PMID: 35870437
Datar Y, Yin K, Wang Y, Lawrence KW, Awtry EH, Cervantes-Arslanian AM, Kimmel SD, Fagan MA, Weinstein ZM, Karlson KJ, McAneny DB, Edwards NM, Dobrilovic N. Surgical outcomes of pulmonary valve infective endocarditis: A US population-based analysis. Int J Cardiol. 2022 Aug 15; 361:50-54.View Related Profiles. PMID: 35597492; DOI: 10.1016/j.ijcard.2022.05.033;
Taylor JL, Laks J, Christine PJ, Kehoe J, Evans J, Kim TW, Farrell NM, White CS, Weinstein ZM, Walley AY. Bridge clinic implementation of "72-hour rule" methadone for opioid withdrawal management: Impact on opioid treatment program linkage and retention in care. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2022 Jul 01; 236:109497.View Related Profiles. PMID: 35607834; DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2022.109497;
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2022 Boston University School of Medicine:
Distinguished Faculty of the Month - February
2021 The Association for Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Substance use and Addiction:
Best Workshop Award
2017 Boston University School of Public Health:
Delta Omega Honors Society
2015 American Society of Addiction Medicine :
Ruth Fox Scholarship
2015 The Association for Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Substance use and Addiction:
Conference Travel Award
2014 American Society of Addiction Medicine :
Next Generation Award
2014 Boston Medical Center:
Resident Advocacy Award
2014 Boston Medical Center:
John Noble Scholarship
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Zoe Weinstein MD, MS has mentored medical students in the summer research program as well as longitudinally, resulting in national oral presentations and multiple publications including at least one first author publication. She also mentors residents and fellows in research projects which have resulted in national oral presentations and publications. She actively mentors residents and fellows who are interested in careers in primary care and addiction medicine.
Research / Scholarly Mentor