Renée Moran is a board certified anesthesiologist and interventional pain medicine physician at Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians, and works at one of the Harvard-affiliated hospitals in Boston. She has written dozens of scholarly articles and presentations on chronic migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, low back pain, and more. Dr. Moran earned her doctoral degree in osteopathic medicine from Midwestern University in Arizona, as well as Bachelor of Arts degrees in both psychology and pre-medicine from Boston College.
Dr. Moran completed her post-doctoral training in anesthesiology and pain medicine at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center along with a research fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
As a formal mentor to countless pain fellows, anesthesiology residents, and interns, Dr. Moran also has an active leadership role within the joint Committee on the status of women at Harvard medical school. She serves on her department’s wellness committee, advocating for women’s advancement opportunities, employee health, and well-being respectively.
Throughout her career, Dr. Moran’s top priority has always been to ensure the patients’ best interests. She is passionate about improving her patients’ pain and quality of life.