Physician’s Profile

Nathalie Moise, MD

Department of Medicine
Associate Director of the Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Service
Director of Implementation Science Research, Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health
Introduction:

Nathalie Moise, MD, MS received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and completed medical school at Mount Sinai School of Medicine before completing her residency and general internal medicine fellowship at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia University Irving Medical Center. She went on to receive an MS in epidemiology from Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and a Certificate in Implementation Science from UCSF. She is currently a physician scientist at the Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health and PI several grants, including 2 R01s (NIH/AHRQ) focused on using informatics approaches to improve the implementation of team based care at the intersection of chronic cardiovascular disease and mental illness.

Board Certificates
Internal Medicine
Areas of Expertise:
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Allergic Rhinitis
  • Musculoskeletal Pain
Honors & Awards:

2019    Irving Scholar 

2016    Columbia University Provost’ Grant Program for Junior Faculty

2016    New York State Office of Mental Health Policy Scholar

2016    COSMO Humanism in Medicine Award

2016    SGIM Hamolsky Award Finalist for Young Investigators

2015    NIH Research in Implementation Science for Equity Scholar

2015    Finalist, AHA Jeremiah and Rose Stamler Research Award

2014    AHA 10-day Epidemiology Seminar, selected nationally 

2013    Gold Foundation’s Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Awards-Circle of Excellence

2013    Columbia Presbyterian Resident Professionalism Award 

Publications:

Moise N, Khodneva Y, Jannat-Khah D, Richman J, Davidson K, Kronish I, Shaffer J., Safford M. An observational study of the differential impact of time-varying depressive symptoms on all-cause and cause-specific mortality by health status in community dwelling adults: The REGARDS study. Accepted, in press, BMJ Open, 2017

Moise N, Bertoni A. Sex-Race differences in diabetes and cardiovascular disease: Achieving the promise of sex and race subgroup analyses in epidemiologic research" American Journal of Epidemiology. doi: 10.1093/aje/kwx327.

Kronish IM, Alcantara C, Duer-Hefele J, St Onge T, Davidson K, Carter EK, Medina V, Cohn E, Moise N. Opportunities for Personalized (N-of-1) Trials in the Mobile Health Era: Patient and Primary Care Provider Perspectives. J of Clinical Epidemiology. doi: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2017.06.008

Kronish I, Moise N (2017). Is It Time to Stop Searching for a Magic Pill for Medication Nonadherence? JAMA Internal Medicine, 177, 631-632. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2016.9658. 

Moise N, Khodneva Y, Richman J, Shimbo D, Kronish I, Safford M. (2016) Elucidating the association between depressive symptoms, coronary heart disease and stroke in black and white adults: The REGARDS Study. Journal of the American Heart Association, 5, e003767 doi: 10.1161/JAHA.116.003767. 

Moise N, Huang C, Rodgers A, Kohli-Lynch CN, Tzong KY, Coxson PG, Bibbins-Domingo K, Goldman L, Moran AE (2016). Comparative Cost-Effectiveness of Conservative or Intensive Blood Pressure Treatment Guidelines in Adults Aged 35-74 Years: The Cardiovascular Disease Policy Model. Hypertension, 68, 88-96.

Moise N, Schwartz J, Bring R, Shimbo D, Kronish I. (2015). Antihypertensive drug class and adherence: An electronic monitoring study. Am J Hypertension, 28, 717-21. 

Moise, N., Davidson, K., Chaplin, W., Shea, S., Kronish, I.  (2014). Depression and clinical inertia in patients with uncontrolled hypertension. JAMA Internal Medicine, 174, 818-9.