Kristen Fuller, M.D.

Advisory Board Member, Medical Reviewer

Mental Health, Addiction
Education: B.S., University of California; M.D., Saba University School of Medicine
Expertise: Mental Health, Addiction

Dr. Fuller is a physician turned medical content editor. She is passionately involved in clinical and academic medicine and strongly believes that mental health should be at the forefront of physical health.

Dr. Fuller has over 7 years of clinical practice working as a family physician in outpatient clinics and emergency rooms. She has worked abroad in the U.S. as a primary care physician teaching patients the importance of physical health and mental health while purposely serving in underserved areas.

Dr. Fuller has also spent years writing in the mental health and addiction realm. She has over 10 years of professional clinical mental health and addiction writing for journals, magazines, and addiction treatment centers. The intersection of medicine and writing has been her true calling as she now works full-time in the addiction/mental health realm, writing and editing content for the general public and medical communities, after she stepped away from clinical practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Dr. Fuller received a Bachelor in Science degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara.  She earned her medical degree from Saba University School of Medicine. Dr. Fuller did her residency in family medicine at the University of Tennessee, Memphis. 

About the Edge

The Edge is an editorial outlet from Hone Health that delivers science-backed, expert-driven content to help you live better for longer. Our content is powered by experienced health and lifestyle journalists and reviewed by members of our Advisory Board, who are notable experts in their respective disciplines, from urology and endocrinology to nutrition and fitness.

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