Nathalie Moise, MD
Post-Doctoral Clinical Research Fellow, Internal Medicine

Nathalie Moise studied Psychology and Women's Studies at Princeton University. Her thesis focused on behavioral change models mediating healthy behaviors among African American women. She then worked as a Princeton Project 55 Fellow at a Chicago-based community development organization before attending Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where she became interested in behavioral change and obesity, researching barriers to implementing obesity prevention policies in Mexico. During her internal medicine residency at Columbia University Medical Center, she further analyzed the relationship between body image and exercise among obese women at high risk for cardiovascular disease. As a fellow, she will be working with Dr. Karina Davidson in the Cardiovascular and Behavioral Health Center. Her interests include cardiovascular disease in women, behavioral change theories/models and public health policy.

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