Assistant Professor of Medicine (NYU School of Medicine)
Joseph Ladapo’s major interests include clinical medicine, cost-effectiveness research, physician and hospital decision-making, and preventative health medicine. He is a Clinical Fellow at Harvard Medical School and is currently completing his final year of an internal medicine residency. He is originally from North Carolina, where he completed a degree in Chemistry at Wake Forest University. After graduating from Harvard Medical School and the Harvard Ph.D. Program in Health Policy, where he studied decision sciences and economics, he entered the Internal Medicine residency program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Ladapo is a regular columnist for the Harvard Focus, where he frequently discusses his clinical experiences and perspectives on health policy issues.
Ladapo, Joseph, Benjamin Rodwin, Andrew M. Ryan, Leonardo Trasande, Jan Blustein 2013. Scientific Publications on Firearms in Youth Before and After Congressional Action Prohibiting Federal Research Funding Journal of the American Medical Association [JAMA];310(5): 532-533.