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Marc Henry Estriplet

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Marc Henry Estriplet


Marc Henry Estriplet, MD MPH, joins the Yale community as a National Clinician Scholar after completing his general internal medicine residency at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. He received his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, majoring in Biological Sciences with a double minor in Economics/ Health & Society. He completed medical school at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School ( R-NJMS). He received his MPH focusing on health policy and management from Columbia Mailman School of Public Health.

Recently, Marc has attempted to address workforce diversity through initiatives at R- NJMS and as northeast chair of medical students for the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC). During his time in public health school, he utilized large data sets to examine the mental health impacts of social status among different racial groups, searching for innovative approaches to address mental health initiatives. Dr. Estriplet also became involved with a project to streamline the mobile clinic operations of one of the largest providers of homeless healthcare in New York City. While in residency, he spearheaded an initiative to improve health policy education amongst his peers and to educate his fellow clinicians on the history of structural racism in health policy.

As a fellow, his research interest will apply an implementation science approach towards innovative healthcare financing models, and how they can be utilized to drive more equitable health outcomes. Additionally, he plans to investigate how the political determinants of health can be further incorporated into medical education to alleviate health disparities. His career aspiration is to utilize innovative healthcare models, technology, and financing to alter the underlying incentives in our current healthcare system to provide more equitable, high-quality care.

Education & Training

Intern/ Resident Mount Sinai Hospital (2024)

MD Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (2021)

MPH Columbia Mailman School of Public Health (2020)