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Paul R. Marantz, M.D., M.P.H.

Paul R. Marantz, M.D., M.P.H.

Associate Dean, Clinical Research Education, Einstein

Associate Director, Block Institute for Clinical and Translational Research at Einstein and Montefiore

Professor, Epidemiology & Population Health, Einstein

Professor, Medicine (General Internal Medicine), Einstein

Research educationClinical research methodsPublic health

Translational medicine

Dr. Marantz is an innovator in developing educational programs in clinical medicine, research methods, and public health for medical students, residents, physicians, and other health professionals.  He is co-director of Einstein’s Clinical and Translational Science Award program, a national, NIH-funded consortium working to improve patient care by reducing the time it takes for laboratory discoveries to make their way into medical practice.

Dr. Marantz was principal investigator of an NIH grant that supports efforts to develop an innovative medical school curriculum in behavioral and social sciences. He currently is principal investigator of grants supporting two educational innovations: a Ph.D. in clinical investigation, and an educational program in patient-centered outcomes research. He has served as a member of the Scientific Foundations for Future Physicians Committee, a group convened by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) to help entering and graduating medical students develop competencies in the natural sciences.  He also served on a panel convened by the AAMC that developed competencies in the behavioral and social sciences. In 2000, he was named the F. Marian Bishop Educator of the Year by the Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine and in 2011, he was given the Distinguished Educator Award by the Association for Clinical Research Training. In 2014, he received Einstein’s Faculty Mentoring Award.


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Email: paul.marantz@einstein.yu.edu

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