Yuri T. Jadotte, MD, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor, Department of Family, Population & Preventive Medicine
Associate Program Director of Preventive Medicine Residency
Yuri T. Jadotte, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H. is an Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director for the Residency in the Department of Family, Population and Preventive Medicine. Dually trained as a physician and social scientist, Dr. Jadotte conducts research addressing health equity for disadvantaged populations, with a focus on interprofessional collaboration, cancer prevention and control, and systematic review and meta-analysis, a distinction that earned him membership in several national societies, such as the New York Academy of Medicine and the National Academies of Practice. Prior to joining the department as faculty, he completed residency training in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health at Stony Brook, and served as assistant professor and assistant director of the Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation at Rutgers University, with teaching responsibilities in both the Rutgers School of Nursing and Rutgers School of Public Health.Dr. Jadotte has been engaged in several funded projects, including as principal investigator for a completed R03 methods research study, funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, on developing novel meta-analytic methods to measure the impact of having multiple chronic conditions on health outcomes, and as co-investigator and lead project developer and evaluator for the recently funded 5-year HRSA training grant awarded to the residency program in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health at Stony Brook. He currently serves as the jointly appointed representative of both the American College of Preventive Medicine and the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research on the governing board of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, and as an academic editor of the journal PLOS ONE. He practices clinical preventive medicine in the Stony Brook University Hospital Employee Health and Wellness Service. His long-term professional goal is to continue working in academic Preventive Medicine and advance population health through a myriad of approaches, including research, teaching, clinical practice and policymaking.