Dr Neha J Pagidipati is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and cardiovascular disease prevention specialist. Since 2011, she has conducted research on cardiometabolic disease prevention, lifestyle modification and weight management. She is currently an NIH K12 scholar in Implementation and Dissemination Science.
Dr Pagidipati is building the Duke Cardiometabolic Disease Prevention Program, which focuses on behavior change and risk factor management in patients with high risk of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases such as diabetes and obesity.
Dr Pagidipati’s research grants include the COORDINATE-Diabetes Trial, to improve the quality of care for patients with diabetes and cardiovascular disease across the US, and QuBBD: Deep Poisson Methods for Biomedical Time-to-Event and Longitudinal Data.
In addition, she is leading a large study within the Duke Health System to study heterogeneity within cardiovascular disease risk and response to weight loss interventions among individuals with obesity.