Haitian-born Dr. Nancy Joseph received her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her Pediatric residency at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital where she served as Class Liaison and curriculum committee member. She completed her Allergy/Immunology fellowship at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center where she served as Senior Chief Fellow. She is double board-certified in general pediatrics as well as adult and pediatric allergy and immunology, but she is currently exclusively practicing adult and pediatric allergist/immunologist in private practice in Massachusetts. Dr. Joseph is an alumna and past chapter officer of the Student National Medical Association and past Chapter President of Sigma Sigma Phi National Osteopathic Honor Society, of which she remains a member. She is a dedicated member of the National Medical Association and is active both locally and nationally.
Dr. Joseph has written a number case reports, co-authored a book chapter on the epidemiology of Allergic diseases, been a guest on a number of panels, and has given numerous lectures and presentations at academic meetings both local and national. She was most recently featured on the Doc, UR podcast advocating for mental health for physicians, and on NMA talks as an expert panelist discussing Asthma in the African American Community.