Natalia Golub, MPH, MD, PhD
International Health, Center for Humanitarian Health
Natalia completed her MD, PhD training at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Her PhD work in Epidemiology examined changes in weight status of pediatric and adult refugees over time after resettlement in the US, and development of diabetes and hypertension in adult refugees after resettlement. She completed her residency in Preventive Medicine at JHSPH, and continues her focus on immigrant and refugee health, and preventive medicine for other marginalized populations.
RESEARCH INTERESTS -Refugee and immigrant health, with focus on wellness promotion and prevention of obesity, diabetes, hypertension, mental health conditions
HONORS AND AWARDS- Medical Society of the State of New York Community Service Award (2016), University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Class of 1996 Community Service Award (2016), Gold Humanism Honor Society (2016)
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