Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. Madhav Goyal is an internist who works as both a hospitalist and outpatient physician. Having seen a number of patients who suffer from chronic pain and symptoms that are refractory to conventional treatments, his professional and research interests have focused on the effects of meditation on illness, chronic pain and well-being and the evaluation of the role stress plays in the development of illnesses. He also remains active in pursuing international health issues, preventive health measures as well as simple interventions to improve the health of rural communities.
He came to Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2004, first as a postdoctoral fellow and then joined the faculty in 2009 as assistant professor in the department of medicine.
He attended the University of California at San Diego, where he received his medical degree and later attended the Harvard School of Public Health, where he received a master in public health degree.