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Lipi Roy

Dr. Lipi Roy is an internal medicine physician board certified in addiction medicine as well as clinical assistant professor at the NYU Langone Health. As the former Chief of Addiction Medicine for New York City jails including Rikers Island, Dr. Roy oversaw substance use treatment and recovery services for the nation’s second-largest jail. Previously, she was a primary care doctor to Boston's vulnerable homeless population, among whom the leading cause of death was drug overdose. She currently treats patients at a Brooklyn-based addiction treatment center. Dr. Roy also served as an attending physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and an instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. She completed her medical and master’s in public health degrees at Tulane University, followed by internal medicine training at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Roy is a strong advocate for public service. In addition to caring for incarcerated and homeless men and women, she has served the underserved in Nicaragua and India, as well as New Orleans residents affected by Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Roy has also provided medical relief to earthquake victims in Haiti, and volunteered in the medical tent at the Boston Marathon. She currently volunteers with the New York City Medical Reserve Corps.

Dr. Roy is a sought-after, charismatic speaker and media personality whose mission is to educate and empower the public to make healthy decisions through nutrition, mindfulness and addictioneducation. She is currently a Forbes contributor and has appeared on CNN, Dr. Oz, Charlie Rose and CBS New York. She has also published in the Huffington Post and STAT and has been featured in the The New York Times, Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, Cooking Light and Dr. Roy shares her expertise about health and wellness on her websites,, Spices for Life MD and her YouTube Channel. She can be followed on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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