Joseph receives Healthcare Achievement Award
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Joshua Joseph

TDAI affiliate Joshua Joseph, assistant professor of medicine in the endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism division, was honored for his impact with a Healthcare Achievement Award by Columbus CEO, the sister publication of the Columbus Dispatch. The awards recognize central Ohio’s top researchers, care providers and innovators, and recipients were chosen by a panel of industry judges including Drs. Amy Acton, David Sabgir and Darrell Gray II. Joseph received the Pathway to Population Health Award for his work on Black Impact 100, a six-month lifestyle program in collaboration with the African American Male Wellness Agency to help improve the health of Black men through continuous research, application and community engagement.

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