Dr. Ashish Joshi, a public health informatics researcher was promoted to the Associate Dean of Student and Alumni Affairs at the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy, effective July 1, 2016. His original appointment was in July, 2014 as the Assistant Dean of Students.
This promotion recognizes Dr. Joshi’s service to the School and particularly to its students. Dr. Joshi has been tireless in infusing a new spirit of engagement with our students, and under his leadership the office of Student Affairs has grown significantly to cover a broadened set of functions as the school has gained its autonomous status.
Dr. Joshi blends his clinical medicine training with biomedical research, public health research, and computer science and engineering research and has gained national and international prominence in the area of health informatics with a special emphasis on design and evaluation of interactive, technology-mediated, multifaceted interventions to address health disparities in diverse settings. His expertise is especially geared toward implementing interactive health information platforms for patient self-management, community based surveillance, modify risky health behaviors and health technology assessments. He has been involved in several public health interventions using evidence-based, culturally relevant, and cost-effective innovative informatics approaches to improve population health outcomes in various global settings.
Dr. Joshi is deeply committed to the students at the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy.
(Dr. Ashish Joshi)