GINA KRUSE, M.D., MPH
Assistant in Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital Division of General Internal Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Faculty Research Adviser, Crimson Care Collaborative
Dr. Kruse is a clinician investigator in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. She trained in internal medicine and primary care at Mass General and sees patients at the Mass General Revere HealthCare Center. She completed a Harvard Medical School General Internal Medicine research fellowship, earned her MPH in Clinical Effectiveness from the Harvard School of Public Health and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Cancer Prevention from the Harvard School of Public Health Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Dr. Kruse’s research examines technology-based interventions to improve the delivery of tobacco cessation treatment for patients engaged in healthcare. She focuses on underserved populations at risk for tobacco-related illness in settings ranging from the community health center where she works to India. Dr. Kruse has received grant funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, American Cancer Society and Mass General Executive Committee on Research. She also serves as the Research Program Faculty Advisor for the Crimson Care Collaborative Student Faculty Collaborative Clinic.
Research Staff Members:
Clinical Research Coordinator/Data Analyst