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New York-New Jersey Occupational Safety & Health Center

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CUNY SCHOOL

OF PUBLIC HEALTH

The NYNJERC is supported by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health through Grant # T42 OH 008422


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Occupational Medicine

Industrial Hygiene

Occupational Safety and Health Engineering

Ergonomics and Biomechanics

Faculty


John Meyer, MD, MPH

Program Director

john.meyer@mssm.edu

212.824.7057


Claudine Holt

Deputy Program Director

claudine.holt@mssm.edu

212.241.3355


Faculty


Michael Pratt, MD, MPH

Program Director

pratt@eohsi.rutgers.edu

848.445.6048


Michael Gochfeld, MD, PhD

Associate Program Director

gochfeld@eohsi.rutgers.edu
848.445.6093

Provides a two-year, fulltime residency program in Occupational Medicine, leading to board eligibility in this area. The program has four components:


CENTER MEMBERS

To educate professionals who



The Industrial Hygiene program is ABET accredited. The program consists of 15 credits of public health core courses, 25 credits of specialized Industrial Hygiene credits, and eight credits of EOHS electives, for a total of 48 credits. All students must complete an internship and prepare a capstone paper. The Industrial Hygiene program also has a concentration in Hazardous Substances Academic Training.

Faculty


Jack Caravanos, DrPH, CIH

Program Director

jack.caravanos@sph.cuny.edu

646.664.8373


Faculty


Arijit Sengupta, PhD

Program Director

arijit.sengupta@njit.edu

973.642.7073


George Olsen, PhD

george.olsen@njit.edu

973.596.3389




This program provides an MS degree in Occupational Safety and Health Engineering (OSHE). The goal of the OSHE program is to



The OSHE program resides within the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. The degree requires 36 credit hours of course work. A research-oriented thesis of 6 credits is required for the ERC students.

To train individuals in the theory, clinical, and practical application of occupational musculoskeletal ergonomics and biomechanics. The graduate program of Ergonomics and Biomechanics prepares graduate students for academic, public, and professional careers in the fields involving the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders, injuries, and disabilities that result from the interaction of individuals and environmental factors. The program offers Master of Science (MS) and Doctoral (PhD) degree programs, and an Advance Certificate in Ergonomics.


Faculty and Staff


Ali Sheikhzadeh, PhD, CIE

Program Director

ali.sheikhzadeh@nyu.edu

212.255.6690


Shira Schecter Weiner, PhD, PT, CIE

Deputy Director

ssw219@nyu.edu

212.255.6690




SCHOOL

OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Continuing Education

To provide continuing education for professionals in occupational safety, industrial hygiene, occupational medicine, and occupational health nursing. Additional courses are provided in hazardous substances. Courses are approved for professional development and continuing education credits in the relevant fields.

Faculty and Staff


Mitchel A. Rosen, PhD

Program Director

mrosen@rutgers.edu

732.235.9452


Koshy Koshy, PhD

koshyko@rutgers.edu

732.235.9459


Gina Gazitano

gina.gazitano@rutgers.edu

732.235.9453


Pilot Projects

Grants ranging from $5,000 to $12,000 are available to occupational health and safety researchers in OSHS/EPA Region II. Research should be in the occupational health and safety field and should focus on the NIOSH/NORA research priorities. Information regarding NORA can be found at http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/nora/default.html. Priority will be given to applicants from Region II Education and Research Center (ERC) and Training Program Grants (TPG) programs in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Pilot Project


Yueh-Hsiu Mathilda Chiu, ScD

Program Director

Mathilda.chiu@mssm.edu

212.824.7027


Nancy Mervish, PhD

Nancy.mervish@mssm.edu

212.824.7004



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PILOT PROJECTS RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAM


2017 PILOT PROJECT GRANTS – CALL FOR PROPOSALS


Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing Doctoral Training

The purpose of the PhD/Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) OEHN training program is to prepare nurse leaders in OEHN. Specifically, we prepare nurse scientists (PhD) to conduct interdisciplinary occupational and environmental health focused research that will advance nursing science, inform clinical practice, and influence the education of future nursing professionals. Our DNP graduates are prepared to provide evidence-based advanced practice clinical care in OEHN, lead interdisciplinary healthcare teams in occupational health and safety, and educate future practitioners in OEHN.

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The NYNJERC is supported by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health through Grant # T42 OH 008422


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Faculty and Staff


Victoria Vaughan Dickson,
PhD, CRNP, FAHA, FHFSA, FAAN

Program Director

Associate Professor

vdickson@nyu.edu

P. 212.992.9426

F. 212.995.4679


Amy Witkoski Stimpfel, PhD, RN

Co-Program Director

as8078@nyu.edu

212.992.9387 (phone)

212.995.3143 (fax)