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Phillip O. Coffin, MD, is director of Substance Use Research at
the San Francisco Department of Public Health and assistant
clinical professor in the HIV/AIDS Division at the University of
California San Francisco. He is a board-certified internist and
infectious disease clinician with active practices, including HIV
care, infectious disease consultation, and hospital medicine. His
research interests focus on substance use, where he serves as
principal investigator and director for clinical trials and
evaluation research of pharmacologic and behavioral interventions
addressing the use and medical sequelae of methamphetamine,
opioids, and alcohol.
Dr. Coffin is being recognized for an article he authored within
three years of completing his training. "Cost-Effectiveness of
Distributing Naloxone to Heroin Users for Lay Overdose Reversal."
His research showed that distributing naloxone to heroin users to
use to reverse overdose is a cost-effective strategy to reduce
The Annals' Junior Investigator Recognition Awards are
presented annually to two early career physicians. Winners are
selected based on the article's novelty, methodological rigor,
clarity of presentation, and potential to influence practice,
policy, or future research.