Joseph Nwadiuko is a General Internal Medicine Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. Having worked in 8 nations, his broad interest is in the intersection of global health systems, physician and patient migration, and behavioral economics. His research has historically been largely related to the remote engagement and return migration of diaspora physicians to home country health systems.
Over the course of his residency, he has been published in JAMA, The Lancet, spoken at the State Department and USAID, and is an official consultant for the World Bank Migration and Remittances Unit. He is fluent in Spanish, proficient in French, and knows basic Arabic. His long term career goals involve long-term academic service and health system strengthening in a low/middle income country context. He completed a MPH focusing in Health Systems and Policy in Low and Middle Income Countries at Johns Hopkins, an MD at the University of Pittsburgh and his BA in History at Amherst College. He completed his primary care residency at Johns Hopkins/Bayview.