Stanton "Daisy" Duddy, BA

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Stanton "Daisy" Duddy, BA


Managing Editor

Creative Director


Daisy Duddy (she/her) is the Managing Editor and Creative Director of the Harvard Medical School Primary Care Review. As Creative Director, Daisy led the online renovation of the publication and co-established the Review’s Editorial Board. She oversees the writing, publishing, and editing processes. Daisy is also the Executive Assistant at the Center for Primary Care. In this role, Daisy works closely with the Director and Associate Director, managing a wide range of complex and confidential administrative duties. In addition to her various roles at the Center for Primary Care, Daisy is a Medical Writer at Bicycle Health, a digital health startup that provides biopsychosocial treatment of opioid use disorder via telehealth. 

Daisy graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Over the past five years, she has worked in numerous administrative roles, the majority of which were within the field of healthcare. Included in this unique professional intersection was her role as a patient service specialist at a small, busy physical therapy office in Brookline. For nearly three years, Daisy acted as the primary and sole administrator for the clinic. Prior to her time at ATI Physical Therapy, Daisy served as an administrative assistant at Boston Pharmaceuticals. Additionally, she spent her Northeastern co-op semester at Boston Children’s Hospital as a social work intern in the outpatient housing program.