Joshua D Lee

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Joshua Lee

Associate Professor, Department of Population Health
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine


Contact Info

Address
227 East 30th Street
New York, NY 10016

212/263-4242
Joshua.Lee@nyumc.org

Education

2003-2005 — Cornell University, Clinical Fellowships

Buprenorphine prescribing practice trends and attitudes among New York providers
Kermack, A; Flannery, M; Tofighi, B; McNeely, J; Lee, J D. Buprenorphine prescribing practice trends and attitudes among New York providers. Journal of substance abuse treatment. 2017 Mar 01;74(pp):1-6 (2376502)

Ethical and clinical safety considerations in the design of an effectiveness trial: A comparison of buprenorphine versus naltrexone treatment for opioid dependence
Nunes, Edward V; Lee, Joshua D; Sisti, Dominic; Segal, Andrea; Caplan, Arthur; Fishman, Marc; Bailey, Genie; Brigham, Gregory; Novo, Patricia; Farkas, Sarah; Rotrosen, John. Ethical and clinical safety considerations in the design of an effectiveness trial: A comparison of buprenorphine versus naltrexone treatment for opioid dependence. Contemporary clinical trials. 2016 Nov;51:34-43 (2262712)

Corrigendum to "Extended-release naltrexone opioid treatment at jail reentry (XOR)" [Contemp. Clin. Trials 49 (2016) 57-64]
McDonald, Ryan D; Tofighi, Babak; Laska, Eugene; Goldfeld, Keith; Bonilla, Wanda; Flannery, Mara; Santana-Correa, Nadina; Johnson, Christopher W; Leibowitz, Neil; Rotrosen, John; Gourevitch, Marc N; Lee, Joshua D. Corrigendum to "Extended-release naltrexone opioid treatment at jail reentry (XOR)" [Contemp. Clin. Trials 49 (2016) 57-64]. Contemporary clinical trials. 2016 Nov;51:96-96 (2279732)

Recent Internet Use and Associations with Clinical Outcomes among Patients Entering Addiction Treatment Involved in a Web-Delivered Psychosocial Intervention Study
Tofighi, B; Campbell, A N C; Pavlicova, M; Hu, M C; Lee, J D; Nunes, E V. Recent Internet Use and Associations with Clinical Outcomes among Patients Entering Addiction Treatment Involved in a Web-Delivered Psychosocial Intervention Study. Journal of urban health. 2016 Oct;93(5):871-883 (2254832)

Mobile Phone Messaging During Unobserved "Home" Induction to Buprenorphine
Tofighi, Babak; Grossman, Ellie; Sherman, Scott; Nunes, Edward V; Lee, Joshua D. Mobile Phone Messaging During Unobserved "Home" Induction to Buprenorphine. Journal of addiction medicine : JAM. 2016 Sep-Oct;10(5):309-313 (2009322)