Department of Family and Social Medicine

Senior Faculty Promotions 2015

Events

Thursday, April 26, 2018 | 1:00 PM
"Identifying Correlates of Immune-mediated Elimination of Productively and Latently HIV-infected T Cells."
Forchheimer Medical Science Building, 3rd Fl. Lecture Hall

Monday, April 30, 2018 | 12:00 PM
"Designing the Next Generation of Vaccines for Cytomegalovirus"
Price Center/Block Pavilion, LeFrak Auditorium

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The Department of Family & Social Medicine is pleased to announce the promotion of Dr. Earle Chambers, Dr. Sean Lucan, and Dr. Susan Rubin to the senior rank of Associate Professor, effective July 1, 2015.

Promotion to senior rank represents the recognition of a substantial contribution of academic work over a sustained period of time, acknowledged by both internal and external referees.

Earle Chambers Family and Social medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center Bronx NYDr. Earle Chambers is developing a novel geocoding approach to analyze primary care electronic clinical record data in relation to housing and neighborhood level data from various sources in order to track health outcomes. The long-term goal is to develop clinical and public health partnerships that will use multi-source data, including housing and neighborhood environment, to develop interventions that target vulnerable patient populations.

Dr. Chambers was recently awarded a 5-year K01 grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute for this study.

Sean Lucan Family and Social Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center Bronx NYDr. Sean Lucan's research focuses on how different aspects of urban food environments may influence what people eat, and what the implications are for obesity and chronic diseases, particularly for low-income and minority communities.

Dr. Lucan is a four-time recipient of NIH Loan Repayment for Health Disparities Research, and recipient of a 5-year K23 grant from the NIH (the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Of Child Health & Human Development), assessing how local food sources around home and school relate to adolescent dietary intake. His current work involves measuring, modeling, and mapping neighborhood food environments in the Bronx, as well as critically examining long-held beliefs in the field of nutrition.

Susan Rubin Family and Social medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center Bronx NYDr. Susan Rubin is a family physician and clinical researcher whose research focuses on improving the quality of, and access to, reproductive health care in primary care. She currently has a NIH NICHD career development grant to explore primary care providers barriers and enablers to counseling and/or inserting long-acting reversible contraception for adolescents in the United States, and develop interventions to increase the proportion of primary care providers who counsel and/or insert LARC for adolescents.

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