About Roshini Raj

Dr. Roshini Raj is a board certified gastroenterologist and internist with a medical degree from New York University School of Medicine and an undergraduate degree from Harvard College. She is an attending physician at NYU Medical Center/Tisch Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine. Dr. Raj has a special interest in women's health and cancer screening and has published several research articles on colon cancer screening. Dr. Raj is a Today Show contributor, a bethenny contributor, the Good Day NY Medical Correspondent (Fox5) and the Medical Editor of Health Magazine. In August 2010, she released her first book, What the Yuck?! The Freaky & Fabulous Truth About Your Body. Dr. Raj has discussed a wide variety of health topics on a range of network and cable shows, including NBC's Today Show; ABC's The View, LIVE with Kelly and Michael, Good Morning America and World News Tonight; CNN's American Morning, Nancy Grace, and Larry King Live; The Discovery Health Channel; The Tyra Banks Show; The Dr. Oz Show and The Doctors, among others. Dr. Raj has been quoted in several publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Men's Health, Women's Health and Fitness for her knowledge of the state of healthcare and the latest health news. Recognizing the need for women to achieve balance in life, Dr. Raj recently co-founded TULA (www.tulaforlife.com), a healthy-living brand debuting in SPRING 2014 with a new skin care line, the first of a series of healthy-living products. Dr. Raj resides in New York City with her husband and two children.

Success Secrets From America’s Doctor, Roshini Raj – Chris Dessi

Dr. Roshini Raj sat down with Chris Dessi to talk about the secrets behind her career and how she balances being a mom, doctor, media personality, and TULA co-founder. Read the entire interview on Chris Dessi

July 25th, 2015|Media & Television, Publications|0 Comments

New Warning: Popular Painkillers Raise Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke

The Food and Drug Administration is strengthening its warnings about certain painkillers such as ibuprofen, saying they raise the risk of heart attack and stroke. Dr. Roshini Raj talks to Matt Lauer about how you should react.

July 10th, 2015|Media & Television, TODAY Show|0 Comments