|Institution||School of Medicine and Dentistry|
|Department||Public Health Sciences|
|Address||Public Health Sciences|
265 Crittenden Blvd.
Rochester NY 14642
||Golda Meir Scholar, Hebrew University|
||Who's Who in Science and Engineering|
||Strathmore's Who's Who|
||Who's Who in the World|
||Fellow InterRAI, International collaboration to develop common assessment instruments for the elderly across service settings|
||Outstanding Abstract, Annual Meeting of the Health Services Research|
||2011||Outstanding Medical Care|
Undergraduate Tel Aviv University, Mathematics and Computer Science, BSc 1986
Advanced Degrees Brown University, Division of Applied Mathematics, ScM 1988, PhD 1991
BROWN UNIVERSITY TEACHING ROLES
2004-2006 Julie Lima, Ph.D. Member dissertation committee. Dissertation Title: "The Demography of Community Based Care: The Late Middle-aged Versus the Elderly". Sociology Department.
2005 – 2006 David Dosa, MD. Co-Mentor SURDNA Foundation Fellowship: "Detecting Delirium in Nursing Homes Using the MDS."
2005-2008 – Susan Wieland Member dissertation committee.Candidate in Community Health. Dissertation Title: "Depression and Health Service Utilization in Physically Disabled Medicaid Fee-for-Service Enrollees"
2007 - 2008 Laura Gast. MPH thesis director. Topic: "Cellular Phones, Cellular Base Towers and Health".
2007 – 2008 Lynn McNicoll, MD. Mentor, SURDNA foundation fellowship: "ICU Utilization among nursing home residents."
2008 - 2009 Kelly Aschbrenner, PhD, Postdoc. Reading course on missing data in studies of severe mental illness.
2010 – 2013 David Dosa, MD. Mentor, VA HSR&D Career Development Award VA HSR&D CDA-II: "Medication Use as a Quality Indicator in VA Nursing Home Care Units"
2010-2012 Elisabeta Minca, Ph.D. Advisor, Postdoctoral Fellowship
2011-2013: Chang Liu PhD Dissertation Committee (HSPP)
2012-2013: Shubing Cai, Ph.D. Junior faculty mentor
2012-2015: Emily Gadbois PhD Dissertation Committee (U Mass Boston)
2012-2013: Marissa Meucci PhD Dissertation Chair (HSPP)
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