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Affiliations
-Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
-Department of Medicine
-Division of General Medicine
-Behavioral Cardiovascular Health and Hypertension Program


Lynn Clemow, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

Positions & Appointments
2003-present Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons New York, NY
2001-present Consultant/Project Planner Williams LifeSkills, Inc. Durham, NC
2001-2003 Professorial Lecturer, Director of Clinical Programs, Integrative and Behavioral Cardiovascular Health Program Mt. Sinai School of Medicine New York, NY
2000-present Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Robert Wood Johnson Medical School New Brunswick, NJ


Education and Training
1971-1975 B.A., Psychology Smith College, Northampton, MA
1978-1980 M.A., Clinical Psychology Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
1981-1982 Internship Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ
1985 Ph.D., Clinical Psychology Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Committees and Society Memberships
1982- Member, Society for Behavioral Medicine, American Psychological Association, Divison 38; & Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy
1987 - Licensed Clinical Psychologist, MA (1991) , NJ (1987), & NY (2000)
1989 - 1991 Advisory Panel for HIV Risk Reduction Education in the Hemophilia Community, Centers for Disease Control
1995 - Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology, Behavioral Psychology
1998- Fellow of the American Academy of Behavioral Psychology

Selected Publications:
1. Cloitre M, Yonkers KA, Pearlstein T, Altemus M, Davison KW, Pigott TA Shear MK, Pine D, Ross J, Howell H, Brogan K, Reickmann N, Clemow L. (2004) Women and anxiety disorders: implications for diagnosis and treatment. CNS Spectrum 9(9 Suppl. 8):1-16

2. Lemon SC, Zapka JG, Clemow L. (2004) Health behavior change among women with recent familial diagnosis of breast cancer. Preventive Medicine 39(2):253-62

3. Clemow LP.
(2004) The Health Belief Model. In Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine, N. Anderson, Ed. :

4. Clemow L, Pickering TG, Adonis MN, Rothman G. (2004) Smoking and Atherothrombosis. In Atherothrombosis and Coronary Artery Disease, Edited by V. Fuster, R. Ross, and E.J.Topol. :

5. Rueda-Lara MAS, Buchert S, Skotzko C, Clemow LP. (2003) Psychiatric symptoms masking poituitary adenoma in Spanish speaking immigrants. General Hospital Psychiatry 25(5):367-71

6. Luckmann R, Savegeau JA, Clemow L, Stoddard AM, Costanza ME. (2003) A randomized trial of telephone counseling to promote screening mammography in two HMOs. Cancer Prevention and Detection 27(6):442-50

 
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