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Investigators

  • Kavita Babu

    Kavita Babu, MD

    Division Chief/Fellowship Director

    Kavita M. Babu, MD is the Chief of the Division of Medical Toxicology and a Professor of Emergency Medicine. Her research interests include educational and research strategies for opioid safety and overdose prevention, compassionate care for patients with addiction, and advanced surveillance of emerging drugs of abuse.

  • Jennifer Carey

    Jennifer Carey, MD

    Division Chief, Education

    Jennifer Carey, MD is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and a medical toxicologist. She is also the Co-Director of Integrated Case Exercises (ICE), a case-based course that runs through the first two years of UMass Chan Medical School that aims to integrate threads of knowledge from various parts of the medical student curriculum into interactive case sessions.

  • Stephanie Carreiro

    Stephanie Carreiro, MD, PHD

    Director, Toxinnovation Lab

    Stephanie Carreiro, MD, is an emergency medicine physician and medical toxicologist. Her current research interests include the utilization of of mobile biosensors and microRNA to evaluate drug toxicity, substance abuse, and addiction. After completing her fellowship, she joined the Division as an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine.

  • Powell Graham

    Powell Graham, MD

    Dr. Graham is an emergency medicine physician, and medical toxicology fellow. He previously served as chief resident UMass and was a residency representative for MACEP. He has published on multiple topics including ultrasound and prostate cancer. His current research interests lie in cannabinoids, particularly pediatric exposures.

  • Jeffrey Lai

    Jeffrey Lai, MD

    Associate Fellowship Director

    Jeffrey Lai, MD, is an emergency physician and medical toxicologist. He is the associate director of the medical toxicology fellowship, director of the outpatient toxicology clinic, and the clerkship director for the Introduction to Medical Toxicology elective. His academic interests include medical education and the application of novel technologies to the treatment of substance use disorder.

  • Marc Rigatti

    Marc Rigatti, MD, PhD

    Marc Rigatti MD/PhD is an emergency physician and medical toxicology fellow. He is a former chief resident of the UConn Emergency Medicine residency program. He has a diverse background with expertise in biochemistry, biophysics, and computational modeling.