Dr. Chodosh is the Director of the Freedman Research Center on Aging, Technology, and Cognition Health (CATCH) and Michael L. Freedman Professor of Geriatric Research in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Care at NYU School of Medicine (NYUSOM), as well as Professor of Population Health at NYUSOM. Dr. Chodosh attended medical school at University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry and holds a master’s degree in health services from UCLA School of Public Health. He is a fellow alumni of the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program. Dr. Chodosh has published several peer-reviewed original research articles on predictors of dementia, dementia recognition, and quality of care for dementia and other chronic disease conditions. His work includes psychometric analysis of depression assessment instruments as well as epidemiologic studies in late-life depression as a predictor of dementia. He has conducted survey studies of dementia prevalence and healthcare utilization and is a frequent presenter at national professional society meetings. He was the recipient of a VA HSR&D Career Development Award in 2002 and is PI on two NIH R01s.
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