David E DeLaet, MD
- ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Medicine
Dr. DeLaet earned his bachelor's degree in Zoology at Miami University in 1991. After graduating from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1995, he completed a combined Internal Medicine/Pediatric residency at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in 1999. He was then a clinical fellow in General Internal Medicine at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, earning a Master of Public Health degree from the Columbia University School of Public Health in 2001. He currently practices primary care medicine at the Internal Medicine Associates Practice.
BS, Miami University
, University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital
MPH, Columbia University School of Public Health
Fellow of the Institute for Medical Education at Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
The Horace L. Hodes Pediatric Attending of the Year Award
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
Transition of Adolescents and Young Adults
With special health care needs from the pediatric-oriented to the adult oriented medical home.
Obesity in Adults
Obesity and minority health
Pilapil M, DeLaet D. Health risk behaviors in adolescents and young adults with special healthcare needs.. Curr Opin Pediatr 2015; 27(1): 132-137.
DeLaet DE, Arterburn DE, Flum DR. Obesity. Clin Evid 2004; 12: 1-4.
Shaw T, DeLaet DE. Transition of Adolescents to Young Adulthood for Vulnerable Populations. Pediatr Rev 2010; 12(31): 497-505.
Arterburn DE, DeLaet DE, Schauer DP. Obesity. Clin Evid 2006; 15: 1-2.
Mazzefi M, Lin H, Flynn B, O'Connell T, DeLaet DE. Hypothyroidism and the risk of lower extremity arterial disease. Vascular Health and Risk Management 2010;(6): 957-962.
DeLaet DE, Schauer DP. Obesity in adults. Clin Evid (online) 2010;(02): 0604.
DeLaet DE, Shea S , Carrasquillo O . Receipt of Preventive Services Among Privately Insured Minorities in Managed Care versus Fee-for-service Insurance Plans. J Gen Intern Med 2002; 17(6): 451-457.