Noriyuki Murakami, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Noriyuki Murakami, M.D., has been a clinical assistant professor for the Department of Medicine at the SUNY Downstate University Hospital of Brooklyn since 2017, where he supervises and teaches residents and medical students on the inpatient service.
Dr. Murakami founded the inpatient addiction medicine consult service with Drs. Latif Salam and Kaycie Cobb. He is one of the core faculty for the Human Rights Clinic in partnership with Physicians for Human Rights / Downstate Chapter and the Brooklyn Free Clinic. Dr. Murakami is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Public Health in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the SUNY Downstate School of Public Health. He is a recent faculty fellowship awardee of the Translational Program of Health Disparities Research through the Brooklyn Health Disparities Center.
Dr. Murakami completed his medical school education at the SUNY Downstate College of Medicine and furthered his training in internal medicine at the Montefiore Medical Center Primary Care / Social Medicine residency program in the South Bronx. He went on to do a clinician-educator faculty fellowship in global health education. In addition, Dr. Murakami helped establish a rural Uganda clinical elective in Kisoro for SUNY Downstate global health pathway students. In his spare time, he likes to travel and free-climb.