Joshua D. Lee

Joshua D. Lee, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Population Health

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

Keywords
addiction, alcohol, criminal justice, primary care, opioid pharmacotherapy, naltrexone, buprenorphine
Summary
Joshua D. Lee MD, MSc is an Associate Professor of Population Health and Medicine/General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation at the NYU School of Medicine and Director of the NYU Fellowship in Addiction Medicine. He is a clinician researcher focused on addiction pharmacotherapies in primary care as and criminal justice populations.  He has conducted multiple NIH clinical trials examining the use of naltrexone and buprenorphine opioid and alcohol treatments in community criminal justice involved adults, at release from jail, and within community primary care settings.
Phone

646-501-3552

Fax

646-501-2706

Academic office

180 Madison Ave

17th Floor

New York, NY 10016

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Associate Professor, Department of Population Health

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

Director, NYU Fellowship in Addiction Medicine

MD from University Of Tennessee

Lee, Joshua D; Nunes, Edward V Jr; Novo, Patricia; Bachrach, Ken; Bailey, Genie L; Bhatt, Snehal; Farkas, Sarah; Fishman, Marc; Gauthier, Phoebe; Hodgkins, Candace C; King, Jacquie; Lindblad, Robert; Liu, David; Matthews, Abigail G; May, Jeanine; Peavy, K Michelle; Ross, Stephen; Salazar, Dagmar; Schkolnik, Paul; Shmueli-Blumberg, Dikla; Stablein, Don; Subramaniam, Geetha; Rotrosen, John

Lancet. 2017 Nov 14; 391(10118):309-318

Lee, Joshua D; Friedmann, Peter D; Kinlock, Timothy W; Nunes, Edward V; Boney, Tamara Y; Hoskinson, Randall A Jr; Wilson, Donna; McDonald, Ryan; Rotrosen, John; Gourevitch, Marc N; Gordon, Michael; Fishman, Marc; Chen, Donna T; Bonnie, Richard J; Cornish, James W; Murphy, Sean M; O'Brien, Charles P

New England journal of medicine. 2016 Mar 31; 374(13):1232-1242

Bhatraju, Elenore Patterson; Grossman, Ellie; Tofighi, Babak; McNeely, Jennifer; DiRocco, Danae; Flannery, Mara; Garment, Ann; Goldfeld, Keith; Gourevitch, Marc N; Lee, Joshua D

Addiction science & clinical practice. 2017 Feb 28; 12(1):7-7

Lee, Joshua D; Schatz, Daniel; Hochman, Judith

Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2018 Jun 05; 71(22):2552-2554

Wightman, R S; Nelson, L S; Lee, J D; Fox, L M; Smith, S W

American journal of emergency medicine. 2018 Jun 02; 36(6):1128.e1-1128.e2

Buprenorphine or Injection Naltrexone? Comparative Effectiveness and Patient-Treatment Matching [Meeting Abstract] . Opens in a new tab

Nunes, Edward; Lee, Joshua D.; Bailey, Genie L.; Fishman, Marc; Tanum, Lars; Kunoe, Nikolaj; Saxon, Andrew

American journal on addictions. 2018 JUN; 27:269-270

Chen, Donna T; Ko, Tomohiro M; Allen, Ashleigh A; Bonnie, Richard J; Suratt, Colleen E; Appelbaum, Paul S; Nunes, Edward V; Friedmann, Peter D; Lee, Joshua D; Gordon, Michael S; McDonald, Ryan; Wilson, Donna; Boney, Tamara Y; Murphy, Sean M; O'Brien, Charles P

Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE. 2018 Apr 21; 13(2):160-172

Lee, J D; Tofighi, B; McDonald, R; Campbell, A; Hu, M C; Nunes, E

Health & justice. 2017 Dec; 5(1):3-3

Study Finds Two Opioid Treatments Equally Effective

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