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Joseph Palamar, PhD, MPH
NYU Langone Health - Associate Professor, Department of Population Health
Education
PhD, Public Health, New York University
MPH, Public Health, New York University
MA, Educational Psychology, New York University
BA, Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Research Interests
Epidemiology of illicit drug use, Club drugs, Risky sexual intercourse, Stigma, Drug policy, Social epidemiology
BIO
Joseph Palamar’s research and publication record reflect his commitment to investigate the epidemiology of drug use. He has a diverse background in psychology, epidemiology, and in the study of drug use, and specializes in psychosocial correlates of drug use. He has focused heavily on the epidemiology of new psychoactive substance use, “club drug” use, and drug-related risky sexual behavior — especially within the electronic dance music (EDM) nightclub and festival scene. He also has extensive experience analyzing data from large national datasets such as Monitoring the Future and the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
Projects
Principal Investigator, Development of a Rapid Survey to Detect Use of New and Emerging Drugs. Active
Principal Investigator, Drug Use Among Nightclub and Dance Festival Attendees in New York City. Active
Principal Investigator, Pilot Study Examining the Sexual Effects of Cannabis Use. Completed
Principal Investigator, Use of Psychoactive Drugs and Sexual Risk Behavior among Nightclub and Festival Attendees. Completed
Publications

Recent

Griffin M, Callander D, Duncan DT, Palamar JJ (2019).
Differential risk for drug use by sexual minority status among electronic dance music party attendees in New York City
Substance Use and Misuse [Epub 2019 Sep 17]. doi: 10.1080/10826084.2019.1662811.

Palamar JJ, Le A, Acosta P, Cleland CM (2019).
Consistency of self-reported drug use among electronic dance music party attendees
Drug and Alcohol Review [Epub 2019 Sep 15]. doi: 10.1111/dar.12982.

Palamar JJ, Acosta P, Cleland CM (2019).
The influence of viewing a headline about ecstasy/Molly adulteration on future intentions to use
Journal of Substance Use [Epub 2019 Sep 12]. doi: 10.1080/14659891.2019.1664660.

Palamar JJ (2019).
Use of “Lean” among electronic dance music party attendees
American Journal on Addictions, 28 (5), 347-352. doi: 10.1111/ajad.12897.

Palamar JJ (2019).
Commentary on Ondersma et al. (2019): Will better self-report screening instruments be enough to detect drug use during pregnancy?
Addiction, 114 (9), 1694-1695. doi: 10.1111/add.14717.

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