Faculty Profile

Dr. Dana B. Schonberg, M.D.

Dana B. Schonberg, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Social Medicine

Professional Interests


  • Medical School: University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
  • Residency: Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Family Medicine)


  • Abortion and Contraception, Family Centered Maternity Care, Correctional Health


  • Qualitative Research, Systematic Review

Active Projects

  • Interviewing women who were recently incarcerated to learn about reproductive health care needs

Selected Publications

Recent Publications

  1. Miller S, Phillips S, Schonberg D, Gold M, Rosenheck R, Segall-Gutierrez P, Obesity and the Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill: Efficacy and Effects, Expert Rev. Obstet. Gynecol. 6(5): 477-480 (2011).
  2. Leighton L, Miller S, Phillips S, Schonberg D, Gold M, Meeting Women’s Needs in the Patient Centered Medical Home: Stories From Practice, Family Medicine 43(10): 743-744 (2011).
  3. Min I, Schonberg D, Anderson M. A Review of Primary Care Training Programs in Correctional Health for Physicians, Teaching and Learning in Medicine 24(1): 81-89 (2012).
  4. Goodman S, Wolfe M, Hufbauer E, Flaxman G, Jackson E, Kaminski A, Schonberg D, Sheinbein M, Shih G, Wallace R, Wang L, McNeil S, Les J, Leung L, Nelson-Munson K, Early Abortion Training Workbook, Fourth Edition. UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health: San Francisco, CA (2012).
  5. Schonberg D and Williams R, Physical activity in pregnancy: What should the family physician recommend?, Family Doctor, 2(3): 20-22 (2014).
  6. Schonberg D, Wang LF, Bennett AH, Gold M, Jackson E, The accuracy of using last menstrual period to determine gestational age for first trimester medication abortion: a systematic review, Contraception, 90: 480-487 (2014)

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