Dr. Philip Lederer
Education: Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Epidemic Intelligence Service; UCSD, Residency in Internal Medicine; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, MD; Brown University, AB
Languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish
Patient Groups: Adults
Dr. Lederer was born in Columbus, Ohio although he grew up in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Kentucky and has worked internationally in Mozambique and elsewhere. He enjoys living in Boston with his wife, son, and dog, and is interested in health equity. In addition, he plays the violin — jazz, folk, blues, old-time, and classical music, and believes we can grow a greater sense of togetherness by building musical community. He is an advocate for ending stigma and discrimination regarding mental illness. Often, he can be found hiking in the Arnold Arboretum.