Dr. Paula J. Rackoff is a graduate of Brown University, and the Yale School of Medicine, where she was elected to the AOA Medical Honor Society. Dr. Rackoff completed her residency and rheumatology fellowship at Yale New-Haven Hospital. She has published extensively about osteoporosis and women's health issues in rheumatology. Dr. Rackoff is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology at NYU Langone Medical Center. She has expertise in osteoporosis, Sjogren's syndrome, inflammatory arthritis and systemic lupus.
Prior to joining NYU Langone, Dr. Rackoff was the Assistant Chief of Rheumatology and director of the Osteoporosis Center at Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan. Dr. Rackoff has been the recipient of the Women on the Move Arthritis Foundation Award, the Partners in Courage award by the New Israel Fund, and the Spirit of the City Community Service Award by the New York Archdiocese. She has been recognized as one New York's top rheumatologists by New York magazine and the New York Times.