Louisa Holaday, MD
Dr. Holaday is a primary care physician and health services researcher whose work focuses on the effects of neighborhood and community on health, including the spillover effects of mass incarceration. She is also interested in increasing diversity in the physician workforce. She completed medical school at the University of Michigan, where she did her undergraduate work with a focus in Metropolitan Studies. She was born and raised in New York City, and returned home for residency in Primary Care/Social Internal Medicine at Montefiore, where she was Chief Resident. Following residency, she did a research fellowship at the National Clinician Scholars Program at Yale University.
- The Mount Sinai Hospital