Marc N. Gourevitch, MD, MPH

  • Specialty: Internal Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Phone: 212-263-8553
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  • Muriel G. and George W. Singer Professor of Population Health, Department of Population Health
  • Professor, Department of Medicine
  • Professor, Department of Psychiatry
  • Chair, Department of Population Health
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine, 2000
Education and Training
  • MPH from Columbia University, 1994
  • Fellowship, Montefiore Medical Center, Epideminology, 1991
  • Residency, New York University School of Medicine, Medicine (Internal), 1990
  • MD from Harvard University, 1987

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Locations and Appointments

550 First Avenue, OBV 616
New York, NY 10016

Research My Research


Population health, Urban health, Healthcare delivery science, Substance use

Research Summary

My research aims to develop approaches for advancing population health that draw on both healthcare delivery and policy- and community-level interventions.

I am engaged in several major initiatives in urban healthcare and health metrics. I lead the City Health Dashboard project, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which aims to give city leaders an accurate understanding of the health of their urban populations, including its social, economic, and environmental drivers, and to support them in undertaking population health improvement initiatives. I direct NYU Langone’s participation in the New York City Clinical Data Research Network, an initiative to harness the power of electronic health records for answering novel research questions, spanning many of New York City’s healthcare systems and funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute. And I co-lead the Community Engagement and Population Health Research Core of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute that bridges NYU Langone and NYC Health + Hospitals.

My research also focuses on improving health outcomes in people with substance use disorders and other underserved populations, as well as focusing academic research on challenges faced in healthcare delivery systems and public sector initiatives.

Academic Contact

Academic office

227 East 30th Street

Seventh Floor

New York, NY 10016



Research Interests Timeline

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