Rhonda Bentley-Lewis, MD, MMSc earned her bachelor's degree at Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges. She went on to the University of Pennsylvania where she earned her Doctorate in Medicine at the School of Medicine and a Master's in Business Administration at the Wharton School, focusing on healthcare management. She completed both her internal medicine residency and Endocrinology Fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. During this time, she earned a Master's in Medical Science from Harvard Medical School focusing on clinical investigation.
She is currently an assistant professor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an assistant in medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Bentley-Lewis' clinical practice is focused on the management of diabetes in pregnancy and type 2 diabetes management and prevention. Her research focuses on patient-oriented investigations of mechanisms by which diabetes in pregnancy may promote subsequent maternal cardiovascular disease risk. Her current investigations are funded by the NIH/NIDDK, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program Award, and the Massachusetts General Hospital Multicultural Affairs Office and Executive Committee on Research Physician Scientist Development Award.