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New York, NY   10032

Phone: 212-305-9414
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Affiliations
-Division of Medical Oncology
-Department of Epidemiology
-Department of Medicine
-Columbia University Medical Center
-Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center


Alfred Neugut, M.D., Ph.D.
Myron M. Studner Professor of Cancer Research, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology

Research Summary
Cancer epidemiology and prevention, mainly focused on the epidemiology of GI tract cancers and second malignancies. Also cancer treatment in the elderly and access to care in underserved populations and health disparities for the underserved. Health outcomes research and quality of care in cancer.

Research Activities
1. Use of large datasets to answer epidemiologic and clinical questions in cancer.
2. Study of Caribbean immigrant populations in Brooklyn
3. Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project.
4. Quality of care in cancer treatment
5. Adherence to oncology treatment

Positions & Appointments
2007-present Associate Director for Population Sciences Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center New York, NY


Education and Training
1968-1972 Chemistry Columbia College, New York, NY
1972-1977 Medicine Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY
1972-1977 Pathobiology Columbia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, New York, NY
1977-1980 Internal Medicine Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, NY
1980-1981 Medical Oncology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
1981-1983 Medical Oncology Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, NY
1981-1983 Epidemiology Columbia School of Public Health, New York, NY

 
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