Mary W. Montgomery, MD
Associate Physician, Infectious Diseases Division
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Dr. Mary Montgomery was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA and graduated from Brown University in 2002. After graduation she conducted research on childhood lead poisoning in Johannesburg, which led to formal legislation banning the addition of lead to paint in South Africa. Prior to medical school she worked for Partners In Health in Haiti implementing an electronic medical system for HIV-positive patients. She attended medical school at UCSF and was a member of PRIME-US, which is a group of medical students selected to focus part of their education on the care of urban underserved populations. She completed her internal medicine training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and was selected to be one of the chief medical residents. After residency she completed an Infectious Disease fellowship at the combined BWH/MGH program with a specialty focus on HIV. Currently she is an attending physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She attends on the inpatient ID service, takes care of a cohort of HIV patients and sees patients in the general ID clinic and in travel clinic. She is also involved in medical education at Harvard Medical School and teaches and mentors students throughout all four years of medical school.