Ashish Joshi

Assistant Dean of Students
Associate Professor

Ph.D Health Informatics
University of Texas

M.P.H Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Boston University

M.B.B.S Medicine
Punjabi University

Dr. Joshi’s brings a unique combination of academic training in medicine, public health and informatics.  His research is focused on developing multi faceted, cost effective, technology mediated interventions that address user needs by combining principles of social cognitive theory and human centered approaches to improve population health outcomes. Using these principles, Dr. Joshi has successfully designed and evaluated systems that can be adapted to different settings and be easily used by different audiences and for different health conditions.

Prior to joining CUNY, Dr. Joshi worked as the Research Director at CITHOR, University of Maryland, Baltimore and as the Director at the Center for Program Informatics at the College of Public Health, UNMC, Omaha.

Dr. Joshi’s implementation experience focuses on designing and developing innovative, accessible and affordable health technologies such as the Internet, cell phones and electronic health kiosks to enhance population outcomes.

Key Projects: 

Recent Publications: 

Joshi A, Amadi C, Katz B, Kulkarni S, Nash D. A Human-Centered Platform for HIV Infection Reduction in New York: Development and Usage Analysis of the Ending the Epidemic (ETE) Dashboard. JMIR Public Health Surveill. 2017 Dec 11;3(4):e95. doi: 10.2196/publichealth.8312.

Joshi A, Amadi C, Meza J, Aguire T, Wilhelm S. Evaluation of a computer based bilingual breastfeeding educational program on breastfeeding knowledge, self-efficacy and intent to breastfeed among rural Hispanic women. Int J Med Inform. 2016 Jul.

Ghanem E, Antoci V Jr, Pulido L, Joshi A, Hozack W, Parvizi J. The use of receiver operating characteristics analysis in determining erythrocytesedimentation rate and C-reactive protein levels in diagnosing periprosthetic infection prior to revision total hip arthroplasty. International journal ofinfectious diseases : IJID : official publication of the International Societyfor Infectious Diseases. 2009; 13(6):e444-9.

Chandak A, Joshi A. Self-management of hypertension using technology enabled interventions in primary care settings. Technology and health care : officia ljournal of the European Society for Engineering and Medicine. 2015; 23(2):119-28.

Joshi A, Mehta S, Talati K, Grover A. Protocol for an experimental study design to evaluate computer-enabled intervention to prevent and manage metabolic syndrome. BMJ open. 2013; 3(3).