Research & Publications
Paul Joudrey, MD MPH is an Instructor in the Yale School of medicine and a Yale Drug use, Addiction, and HIV Research (DAHRS) Scholar. Dr. Joudrey is committed to identifying and addressing gaps in access to medications for substance use disorders. His interests include integrating methadone for opioid use disorder into rural primary care settings, improving health professional adoption of medications for alcohol use disorder within hospital settings, reducing arrest events among people with substance use disorders, and mobile buprenorphine induction in low resource settings. He received his undergraduate degree from Case Western Reserve University and his medical degree from New York University. Dr. Joudrey completed residency training at Montefiore Medical Center in the Primary Care Social Internal Medicine program and recently completed the National Clinician Scholars Program fellowship at Yale School of Medicine.
Education & Training
- MHSYale School of Medicine (2019)
- MDNew York Univiersity (2014)
- MPHNew York University (2014)