Search Close Search
Search Close Search
Page Menu


   Stephen Martin, MD, EdM

Dr. Martin is an Associate Professor in the UMass Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and a board-certified family physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr. Martin is a graduate of Williams College, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard Medical School, and the Family Medicine residency program at Boston University. He began his medical career as a National Health Service Scholar in a rural community health center and a Federal Prison Medical Center. For the past decade, he has worked at the Barre Family Health Center in rural central Massachusetts, both in patient care and as a faculty member in its residency program. Dr. Martin’s clinical and research interests include primary care, oral health, complex care, addiction medicine, chronic pain, diagnostic error, and health disparities. Dr. Martin has co-created and led Project ECHO hubs for primary care clinicians who are new to treating opioid use disorders and prescribing buprenorphine. He has led buprenorphine waiver courses nationally and is the lead author of publications in the BMJJAMALancetAnnals of Internal Medicine, and the American Journal of Public Health.  

     Amber Cahill, PsyD

Dr. Cahill is an Assistant Professor in the UMass Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, as well as the Associate Director of the Center for Integrated Primary Care. She is currently a Bloomberg Fellow in the Addiction & Overdose track at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health completing her Master’s in Public Health. Dr. Cahill is the Director of Behavioral Science for the Fitchburg Family Medicine Residency, where she develops and implements a behavioral science curriculum that educates resident physicians in addressing mental health, substance use, and health behavior change in primary care. Since 2016, she has co-created and led Project ECHO hubs for primary care clinicians who are new to treating opioid use disorders and prescribing buprenorphine. Dr. Cahill has been a content advisor and creator on several grants and projects focused on medical education and substance use disorder care. Her clinical and academic focus has been on integrated primary care, improving treatment of substance use disorders in primary care, enhancing substance use disorder education and training particularly in medical education, with an emphasis on teaching harm reduction-informed care. She completed internship training at the Battle Creek VA Medical Center in the primary care/health psychology track and went on to complete a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship at the UMass Chan Medical School in primary care, health psychology, and medical education.

  Daniel Mullin, PsyD, MPH

Dr. Mullin is the Director for the Center for Integrated Primary Care, the Director of the Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Primary Care Psychology and Medical Education, and an Associate Professor in the UMass Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. He also serves as a Senior Scientist with the American Academy of Family Physicians’ National Research Network. Dr. Mullin is a clinician, educator, researcher, and consultant specializing in the integration of behavioral health and primary care services. His work has focused on expanding primary care access to treatment for Opioid Use Disorder. He maintains a clinical practice embedded in the Barre Family Health Center, a rural family medicine residency practice in Massachusetts. Dr. Mullin is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and provides training in Motivational Interviewing to healthcare providers. Dr. Mullin completed his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky and received his Master’s in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He completed his internship in Primary Care Psychology in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, and his fellowship in Primary Care Family Psychology in the Departments of Medicine, Psychiatry, and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.

    Stephen Murray, MPH, NRP

Stephen Murray is an overdose researcher at Boston Medical Center, focusing on the role of public safety/public health partnerships in post-overdose response teams. He recently retired as a Lieutenant at a regional ambulance service in Western Massachusetts, and had served as a first responder since 2013, working both as a firefighter and paramedic.  He shares his lived experience as a person who used drugs and overdose survivor. Stephen provides expert technical assistance around the topics of overdose prevention, emergency medical services and harm reduction to a variety of organizations, including the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission, the City of Northampton, RIZE Foundation, Massachusetts Drug Supply Data Stream, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.  He has guest lectured at Northeastern University, UMass Chan Medical School, Bennington College, and Ohio State University, and has had work published in the American Journal of Public Health. He recently graduated from Boston University of Public Health with an MPH. Stephen lives with his wife Airaceli and has five amazing kids.