Dr. Ho is an internist at the University of California, San Francisco who is fellowship trained and board-certified in palliative medicine and addiction medicine. She attends on the Addiction consult service at the Zuckerberg General Hospital, and is the site medical director for inpatient Palliative Care Services at Parnassus. She completed internal medicine training and chief residency at Yale, and fellowships in health services research, palliative care, and addiction medicine at Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. Her clinical and research interests lie at the intersection of serious illness, addiction, pain, chronic cancer pain, harm reduction, and the use of buprenorphine. Dr. Ho is dedicated to improving provider knowledge and confidence in primary palliative care and addiction medicine; improving disparate quality of life and care for patients with serious illness and addiction; promoting harm reduction in palliative care; understanding the role of buprenorphine in palliative care; and challenging stigma against patients who use drugs. She has been an invited speaker at the Harvard Center for Palliative Care courses, the UCSF Division of hospital medicine, the UCSF palliative care fellowship, and at several national conferences. She is a co-leader of the national buprenorphine peer mentorship support group for palliative and hospice providers, a core faculty member of MAPPIT (Managing Addiction and Pain in Palliative Interdisciplinary Teams), and has contributed to several book chapters and publications on addiction and serious illness.