Dr. Roy is a clinician-investigator who co-developed the Collective Well-being theoretical framework. Her scholarly work tests this framework using (1) epidemiology to identify psychosocial factors that equitably promote health and (2) community-based implementation science and systems science to design and test interventions to foster equitable health and well-being. Through her role in Beyond Bridges, she develops community-clinic-academic partnerships to improve population health and well-being among a diverse immigrant community in Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Roy also enjoys teaching and caring for patients as an academic hospitalist. Dr. Roy received a Bachelors in Engineering from Vanderbilt University and a Masters in Engineering from Wayne State University. She then completed a combined MD/MPH at the University of Michigan before completing residency and Chief Residency in internal medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Roy was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar at Yale University from 2013-2015.


Job Title

Associate Professor


NYU Langone