Jason Kessler, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor – Section on Value and Effectiveness

Jason Kessler, PhD, MPHDr. Jason Kessler is an assistant professor in the Division of Comparative Effectiveness and Decision Science within the Department of Population Health. Prior to joining the team here in New York, Dr. Kessler spent three years in Botswana working within the confines of the Division of Infections Diseases at the University of Pennsylvania. In Botswana, he was an Attending Physician who organized clinical teaching rounds and didactic sessions focused on the HIV infected patient in the developing world setting.

After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in neuroscience, Dr. Kessler pursued his MD. At the State University of New York, where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. He also has an MPH in Epidemiology from the Mailman School of Public Health. Upon completing his medical degree, Dr. Kessler completed an Internal Medicine Residency Program at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, he completed an Infectious Disease Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center in New York. Currently, Dr. Kessler expanded his knowledge of comparative effectiveness and decision sciences after completing the CTSI Comparative Effectiveness Research Certification Program at NYU School of Medicine.

Dr. Kessler’s major research interests are operational research and comparative effectiveness of HIV care and treatment and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases, including HIV.

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Additional Information

Phone: 212-263-4994
E-mail: jason.kessler@nyumc.org


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