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									                       PAUL R. MARANTZ, M.D., M.P.H.


PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS:
              Department of Epidemiology and Population Health
              Albert Einstein College of Medicine
              1300 Morris Park Avenue
              Bronx, NY 10461
              (718) 430 4187     FAX (718) 430 3076
              email: marantz@aecom.yu.edu

EDUCATION:    Jamaica High School, Jamaica, Queens, NY, June 1973.
              A.B. in Logic and the Philosophy of Science, June 1978.
              Brown University, Providence, RI
              M.D., June 1981.
              Brown University, Providence, RI
              M.P.H., May 1987.
              Columbia University School of Public Health, New York, NY

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING:
              INTERN AND RESIDENT, Primary Care Internal Medicine,
              Montefiore Medical Center, July 1981 - June 1984.
              CHIEF RESIDENT, Internal Medicine, Montefiore Medical
              Center, July 1984 - June 1985.
              RESEARCH FELLOW, Cardiovascular Center, New York Hospital/
              Cornell University Medical College, July 1985 - June 1987.

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT AND ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:
              ASSISTANT FIRM LEADER, Medical Service II, Montefiore
              Medical Center, Bronx, New York. July 1987 - August 1991.
              ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of Medicine and Epidemiology & Social
              Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, N.Y.
              July 1987 - July 1992.
              FIRM LEADER, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, N.Y.
              September 1991 – July 1994.
              ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Department of Epidemiology and Social
              Medicine, July 1992 - June 1999.
              ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Department of Medicine, July 1993 – June
              2000.
              VISITING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of Community Health and Social
              Medicine, City University of New York, 1992 - 1999.
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              DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, Department of
              Epidemiology and Social Medicine. August 1994 - June 1997.
              DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF EDUCATION, Department of Epidemiology
              and Social Medicine. July 1997 – March 2006.
              DIRECTOR, CLINICAL RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAM, Albert Einstein
              College of Medicine. July 1998 – June 2006.
              PROFESSOR, Department of Epidemiology and Population Health,
              July 1999 – present.
              PROFESSOR, Department of Medicine, July 2000 – present.
              ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH EDUCATION, Albert
              Einstein College of Medicine, April 2006 – present.
              CO-DIRECTOR, Institute for Public Health Sciences, Yeshiva
              University, April 2006 – present.
              CO-DIRECTOR, Institute for Clinical and Translational
              Research, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 2006 –
              present.

BOARD CERTIFICATION:
              DIPLOMATE, American Board of Internal Medicine, 1984.
              DIPLOMATE, American Board of Preventive Medicine, 1989.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
              American College of Physicians (Fellow)
              Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine
                    Member, Council of Heads of Academic Units
                    Chairman, Education Committee, 1998-2001
                    Board of Directors, ATPM Foundation, 1998-2003
                    Planning Committee, Prevention 2000
                    Executive Committee, Annual Meeting, 2001
                    Board of Directors, 2000-2003
                    Chair, Ad-hoc Committee on Annual Meeting, 2002
                    Secretary/Treasurer, 2004-6
              Association of Clinical Research Training Program Directors
                    Board of Directors, 2004-5
                    President-Elect, 2005-6
                    President, 2006-7
                    Program Planning Committee, Clinical Research 2006

AWARDS AND HONORS:
              Class Speaker, Medical School Commencement, 1981.
              National Research Service Award, 1985 - 1987.
              Henry L. Moses Prize for Outstanding Clinical Research,
                Montefiore Medical Center, November 1988.
              Alternate, 1990 American College of Physicians Teaching and
                Research Scholarship, September 1989.
              Elected to Leo Davidoff Society of Albert Einstein College of
                Medicine, in recognition of teaching excellence, May 1990.
              Elected to Fellowship, American College of Physicians, 1992.
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              F. Marion Bishop Educator of the Year Award, Association of
                Teachers of Preventive Medicine, March 2000.
              Special Recognition Award, Clinical Research Training Program
                 (CRTP), June 2000.
              DHHS Primary Health Care Policy Fellow, 2003.
              Harry Eagle Award for Outstanding Basic Science Teaching,
                 Albert Einstein College of Medicine, June 2004.
              Faculty Fellow, Liaison Committee on Medical Education, 2005.
              Teacher of the Year, CRTP, June 2005.
              Awarded Tenure, Yeshiva University, June 2006.

NIH GRANTS:
              Principal Investigator, “Clinical Congestive Heart Failure in
                  the Elderly” (subproject of Program Project), NIA grant
                  5P01-AGO3949, 1987-1992 (total award $1,120,466).
              Principal Investigator, Clinical Research Curriculum Award
                 (1K30-HL04110-01), 1999-2005 (total award $1,200,000).
              Program Director, Mentored Clinical Research Scholar Program
                 Award (H. Shamoon, PI), 2002-2007 (total award
                 $6,490,144).
              Principal Investigator, Clinical Research Curriculum Award
                 (2K30-HL04110-01), 2005-10 (total award $1,620,000)
              Principal Investigator, “Becoming a Doctor at the Albert
                 Einstein College of Medicine (1K07-D051528-01), 2005-10
                 (total award $1,350,000)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
              TEACHING:
              Teacher of first-year course on Epidemiology and
                 Biostatistics, 1986 - present.
              Lecturer, "Short Course on Epidemiology and Biostatistics)
                 (provided biannually for Einstein Faculty), 1986 - 1992.
              Preceptor, third-year clerks in medicine, 1987 – present.
              Ward Attending and Clinic Preceptor, 1987 – present.
              Director of second-year (Einstein) Clinical Epidemiology/
                 Prevention/Evidence-Based Medicine sessions, 1989 – 1999.
              Weekly journal clubs, Department of Medicine, 1987 – 2000.
              Director, Subinternship in Internal Medicine, Bronx Municipal
                 Hospital Center, 1991 – 1993.
              Director of first-year medical school course on Epidemiology
                 and Biostatistics, 1992 – present.
              Journal Clubs/EBM sessions, Medicine Clerkship, 1995-99.
              Curriculum co-director, Women‟s Health Residency, Jacobi
                 Medical Center, 1994-99.
              Group leader, Introduction to Clinical Medicine (course for
                 first year students), 1997 - 2000.
              Coordinator, Clinical skills evaluation of AECOM students,
                 1998 – 2003.
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              SERVICE:
              Department of Medicine:
                 ABIM housestaff review committee (1991-6)
                 Housestaff selection committee (1987-2000)
                 Committee to establish a division of GIM (1994-5)
                 Track Director, Residency in Public Health and Prevention
                    in Internal Medicine (1994 – 1997)

              Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine:
                 Curriculum Committee, Chairman (1991-present)
                 Executive Committee (1994-present)
              Albert Einstein College of Medicine:
                 Basic Science Subcommittee (1993-7)
                 Task Force on the Clinical Curriculum (1994-5)
                 Dean's Select Committee (Dean's letters) (1992-present)
                 Faculty Senate (1995-present)
                 Faculty Senate Council (1996-2000; 2002-present)
                 Senate Advisory Committee on the Reappointment of the Dean
                    (1998; 2003)
                 Division of Education [DOE] (1997-present)
                    Education and Faculty Support Committee, DOE (1996-9)
                    Clinical Committee, DOE (1998-2003)
                    Basic Science Course Leaders Group (2003-present)
                    Chair, Clinical Prevention and Population Health
                       Committee (2003-present)
                 NYC Consortium for Clinical Competence (1998-2003)
                 Committee on Clinical Investigation (IRB) (1999-present)
                 GCRC Advisory Committee (2002-present)
                 Search Committee, Chair, Department of Dentistry (2002)
                 Chair, Ad-Hoc Committee on Promotions Criteria (2002)
                 Committee on Appointments and Promotions to Professor
                   (2002-2005)
                 Executive Committee, Einstein Institute for Clinical
                   Effectiveness Research (2001-present)
                 Search Committee, Dean (2005 – present)
                 Dean‟s Executive Committee (2006 – present)
                 Tenure Award Committee (2006 – present)

             American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Board of Governors
                (2003-present).

             Lehman College MPH Program Steering Committee, 2002- .

             NIH Study Sections
             Ad Hoc Reviewer, NHLBI K23/K24 Panel, March 2000.
             Panel Member, NHLBI K30 Special Emphasis Panel, July 2000.
             Panel Member, NHLBI K12 Special Emphasis Panel, October 2005.
             Panel Member, NCRR K23 Special Emphasis Panel, January 2006.
             Panel Member, NCRR/Roadmap CTSA Planning Grants, July 2006.
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               PEER REVIEWER:
               American Journal of Medicine; Chest; American
               Journal of Preventive Medicine; American Journal
               of Public Health; Archives of Internal Medicine; Annals of
               Internal Medicine; Journal of General Internal Medicine;
               Journal of Medical Decision Making; Teaching and Learning in
               Medicine; Diabetic Medicine

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS:

               Marantz PR, Linzer M. Diffuse lymphadenopathy as a
               manifestation of ankylosing spondylitis. Am J Med 1986;
               80: 951-3.

               Marantz PR, Linzer M, Feiner CJ, Feinstein SA, Kozin AM,
               Friedland GH. Inability to predict diagnosis in febrile
               intravenous drug abusers. Ann Intern Med 1987; 106: 823-8.

               Marantz PR, Tobin   JN, Wassertheil-Smoller S, Steingart RM,
               Wexler JP, Budner   N, Lense L, Wachspress J. The relation-
               ship between left   ventricular function and congestive heart
               failure diagnosed   by clinical criteria. Circulation 1988;
               77: 607-12.

               Marantz PR, Alderman MH, Tobin JN. Diagnostic
               heterogeneity in clinical trials for congestive heart
               failure. Ann Intern Med 1988; 109: 55-61.

               Marantz PR, Kaplan MC, Alderman MH. The clinical diagnosis
               of congestive heart failure in patients with acute dyspnea.
               Chest 1990; 97: 776-81.

               Samuels JE, Hendrix J, Hilton M, Marantz PR, Sloan V, Small
               CB. Azidothymidine therapy in an inner city population.
               J AIDS 1990; 3: 877-83.

               Marantz PR. Blaming the victim: the negative consequence of
               preventive medicine. Am J Public Health 1990; 80: 1186-7.

               Marantz PR, Croen L, Wassertheil-Smoller S, Lukashok H.
               Teaching clinical epidemiology to medical students: using a
               collaborative learning model. Am J Prev Med 1991; 7: 121-3.
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              Lee DK, Marantz PR, Devereux RB, Kligfield P, Alderman MH.
              Left ventricular hypertrophy in black and white
              hypertensives: does the electrocardiogram overestimate
              racial differences in prevalence? JAMA 1992; 267: 3294-99.

             Marantz PR, Tobin JN, Wassertheil-Smoller S, Steingart RM,
             Wexler, JP. Prognosis in heart disease: can you tell as much
             at the bedside as in the nuclear lab? Arch Intern Med 1992;
             152: 2433-7.

             Profetta G, Karp J, Marantz PR, Karpel JP. Lung cancer in
             patients with immunodeficiency syndrome. Chest 1993; 103:
             410-413.

             Marantz PR, Kuwabara Y, Derby C, Tobin JN, Cohen MV. Plasma
             atrial natriuretic peptide is elevated in elderly patients
             with occult valvular insufficiency. Cardiology in the
             Elderly 1993; 1: 195-201.

             Katz SD, Marantz PR, Biasucci L, Jondeau G, Lee K, Brennan C,
             Jones M, LeJemtel TH. Low incidence of stroke in ambulatory
             patients with heart failure: a prospective study. Am Heart J
             1993; 126: 141-6.

             Marantz PR, Tobin JN, Derby C, Cohen MV. Age-associated
             changes in diastolic filling are not associated with
             congestive heart failure in the elderly. Southern Med J
             1994; 87: 728-35.

             McKee MD, Lurio J, Marantz PR, Burton W, Mulvihill M.
             Barriers to follow-up of abnormal Pap smears in an urban
             community health center. Archives Fam Med 1999; 8: 129-34.

             Blumenthal, DS, Barker WH, Marantz P: Response to the report
             of the AAMC Population Health Perspective Panel. Am J Prev
             Med 2000; 18: 102-3.

             McClary AM, Marantz P, Taylor MH. Preventive medicine 2000:
             changing contexts and opportunities. Acad Med 2000; 75: S22-
             S27.

             Shenson D, Cassarino L, DiMartino D, Marantz P, Bolen J, Good
             B, Alderman M. Access to mammography through community-based
             influenza clinics: a quasi-experimental study. Am J Prev Med
             2001; 20:97-102.
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              Kario K, Tobin JN, Wolfson LI, Whipple R, Derby CA, Singh D,
              Marantz PR, Wassertheil-Smoller S. Lower standing systolic
              blood pressure as a predictor of falls in the elderly: a
              community-based prospective study. J Am Coll Cardiol 2001;
              38: 246-52.

              Sidlow R, Mechaber AJ, Reddy S, Fagan M, Marantz PR. The
              internal medicine subinternship: a curriculum needs
              assessment. J Gen Intern Med 2002; 17: 561-4.

              Marantz PR, Burton W, Steiner-Grossman P. Using the case-
              discussion method to teach epidemiology and biostatistics.
              Acad Med 2003; 78: 365-71.

              Lukoschek P, Fazzari M, Marantz PR. Patient and physician
              factors predict patients‟ comprehension of health
              information. Patient Education and Counseling 2003; 50: 201-
              10.

              Grant T, Soriano Y, Marantz PR, Nelson I, Williams E, Ramirez
              D, Burg J, Nordin C. Community based screening for
              cardiovascular disease and diabetes using HbA1c. Am J Prev
              Med 2004; 26: 271-5.

              Nordin C, Amaruddin R, Rucker L, Choi J, Kohli A, Marantz PR.
              Diabetes and stress hyperglycemia associated with myocardial
              infarctions at an urban municipal hospital: prevalence and
              effect on mortality. Cardiology in Review 2005; 13: 223-30.

              Parish SJ, Weber CM, Steiner-Grossman P, Milan F, Burton W,
              Marantz PR. Teaching clinical skills through videotape
              review: a randomized trial of group vs individual reviews.
              Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2006; 18: 92-8.

              Nordin C, Kohli A, Beca S, Zaharia V, Grant T, Lieder J,
              Marantz PR. Importance of hepatitis C coinfection in the
              development of QT prolongation in HIV infected patients. J
              Electrocardiology 2006; 39: 199-205.
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CHAPTERS IN BOOKS, LETTERS, AND INVITED ARTICLES:

              Marantz PR. Losing preconceptions about medicine.   RI Med J
              1981; 64: 251-3.

              Marantz PR. Gastrointestinal bleeding. In: Pousada L and
              Osborn HH, eds. Emergency medicine for the house officer.
              William and Wilkins, Baltimore; 1986: 141-4.

              Hoch D, Schorr-Lesnick B, Marantz P. Asymptomatic gallstones
              in diabetic persons. Ann Intern Med 1987; 107: 942.

              Marantz PR, Tobin JN, Wassertheil-Smoller S, Steingart RM,
              Wexler JP. Left ventricular systolic function and "clinical"
              congestive heart failure. Cardiol Board Rev 1988; 5: 58-69.

              Justman J, Marantz P, Lief PD. A proposal to help new house
              officers. NEJM 1989; 321: 1271-2.

              Alderman MH, Marantz PR. Clinical trials as a guide to
              intervention. In: Laragh J and Brenner B, eds.
              Hypertension: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management.
              1990; Raven Press, New York: pp 1941-53.

              Alderman MH, Marantz PR. Cardiovascular risk: the impact of
              hypertension and its treatment. In: Buhler FR and Laragh JH,
              eds. Handbook of Hypertension, Vol 13: The management of
              hypertension. 1990; Elselvier: pp 1-17.

              Marantz PR. Cardiovascular diseases in blacks (book review).
              Ann Intern Med 1991; 115: 663.

              Marantz PR. Nazi “science.” NEJM 1991; 324: 845.

              Marantz PR, Dresner A. Impedance plethysmography and DVT
              diagnosis. Ann Intern Med 1993; 119: 246.

              Lopez A, Marantz PR. The effect of angiotensin-converting-
              enzyme inhibition on diabetic nephropathy. NEJM 1994; 330:
              937.
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              Marantz PR. Beta carotene, vitamin E, and lung cancer. NEJM
              1994; 331: 611. (Cited under “Examples of Ideal Papers” in
              Byrne DW, Publishing Your Medical Research Paper; Williams
              and Wilkins: Baltimore; 1998: p. 202 (Table 34.3).)

              Alderman MH, Marantz PR. Clinical trials as a guide to
              intervention. In: Laragh J and Brenner B, eds.
              Hypertension: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management
              (Second Edition). Raven Press, New York; 1995: 2487-2500.

              Marantz PR. Clinical research training. Report prepared for
              Dr. William Harlan, Associate Director for Disease
              Prevention, National Institutes of Health, July, 1995.

              Marantz PR, Rucker L. Hypertension. In: Rucker L, ed.
              Essentials of Adult Ambulatory Care. William and Wilkins,
              Baltimore, 1997.

              Braham RL, Marantz PR. Clinical reasoning. In: Rucker L, ed.
              Essentials of Adult Ambulatory Care. William and Wilkins,
              Baltimore, 1997.

             Cohen HW, Marantz PR. St John's wort and major depression.
             JAMA 2001; 286: 42-3.

             Hathaway, C, Marantz P. Teaching grant writing skills.
             Clinical Research Perspective October 2004; Volume 1, Issue
             3.

             Marantz PR, Hall CB, Derby CA. Radical prostatectomy versus
             watchful waiting. N Engl J Med 2005; 353: 1298-300.

PRESENTATIONS AND SYMPOSIA:

              Marantz PR, Alderman MH. How diagnostic criteria influence
              clinical trials in congestive heart failure. Circulation
              1986; 74: II-268. (Presented at the Annual Scientific Session
              of the American Heart Association, Dallas, November 1986.)

              Marantz PR, Tobin JN, Wassertheil-Smoller S, Steingart RM,
              Wexler, JP. Prognosis in heart disease: can you tell as much
              at the bedside as in the nuclear lab? Circulation 1989; 80:
              II-275. (Presented at the Annual Scientific Session of the
              American Heart Association, New Orleans, LA, November 1989.)
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             Marantz PR, Kuwabara Y, Tobin JN, Derby C, Comer C, Cohen
             MV. Diastolic left ventricular dysfunction in the elderly:
             pathological phenomenon or normal aging? Clin Res 1990; 38:
             699A. (Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society
             of General Internal Medicine, Washington DC, May 1990.)

             Marantz PR. Diagnostic and prognostic value of resting
             radionuclide studies in ischemic heart disease. (Presented at
             the Twenty-Third Annual Cardiovascular Symposium of the
             American College of Cardiology, New York, December 15, 1990.)

             Lee DK, Marantz PR, Cohen H, Devereux RB, Alderman MH.
             Prevalence of left ventricular hypertrophy by
             electrocardiogram in blacks and whites: are racial
             differences overestimated? Circulation 1991; 83: S13.
             (Presented at AHA Epidemiology Council Meeting, Orlando, FL,
             March 14, 1991.)

              Marantz PR, Dunn A, Lee D, Cohen H, Ooi WL, Alderman MH.
              Cardiovascular risk factors among hypertensive latinos:
              comparison with blacks and whites. Circulation 1991; 83 (2):
              S16. (Presented at AHA Epidemiology Council Meeting, Orlando,
              FL, March 15, 1991.)

              Cohen E, Facchini R, Marantz P, Wheat M. Ambulatory training
              for residents: can we do better? (Presented at APDIM Annual
              Meeting, New Orleans, April, 1991.)

              Lee DK, Marantz PR, Devereux RB, Alderman MH. Left
              ventricular hypertrophy and adverse cardiovascular outcome in
              black and white hypertensives. Am J Hypertension 1991; 4:
              19A. (Presented at the American Society of Hypertension
              Meeting, New York, May 18, 1991.)

              Marantz PR. Coronary heart disease incidence and mortality in
              hypertensive Latinos. (Presented at the Society of General
              Internal Medicine, April 30, 1992.)

              Marantz PR. Is the J-curve relevant to blood pressure?
              (Presented at the 8th Scientific Session of the American
              Society of Hypertension, May 19, 1993.)

              Marantz PR, Wheat ME. Utility of exercise to prevent coronary
              artery disease. (Presented at the First Symposium on Gender
              and Health, New York Hilton, April 15, 1996.)
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              Strizik B, Blaufarb I, Shirani J, Marantz P, Strom J,
              Meisner J. Diastolic filling patterns in elderly women are
              independent of left ventricular mass and congestive heart
              failure. (Presented at the 70th Scientific Sessions,
              American Heart Association, 1996.)

              Marantz PR. Preventive interventions: clinical efficacy and
              institutional hurdles. (Presented at Medical Grand Rounds,
              Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY, October 10, 1996.)

              Charney P, Astuto A, Marantz P. Physical exam of the breast
              in screening for breast cancer. (Presented at the 17th Mid-
              Atlantic Regional Meeting, Society of General Internal
              Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, March 7, 1997.)

              Marantz PR, Fermaglich J, Muneyyirci J. Gender bias in
              secondary prevention of myocardial infarction. (Presented at
              the National Meeting of the Society of General Internal
              Medicine, Washington, DC, May 2, 1997.)

              Marantz PR. Congestive heart failure: the predictive value of
              clinical assessment. (Presented at Medical Grand Rounds,
              Albert Einstein College of Medicine, May 20, 1997.)

              Marantz PR, Mulvihill M. Teaching epidemiology to medical
              students using the case-discussion method. (Presented at
              Prevention „98, San Francisco, April 3, 1998.)

              Marantz PR, Lemke J, Simon S, Mayer D. Teaching evidence-
              based preventive medicine (EBPM) to medical students.
              (Presented at Prevention „99, Washington, DC, March 19,
              1999.)

              Marantz PR, Kinsinger L, McClary A. New trends in preventive
              medicine/population health teaching. (Presented at the
              Annual Meeting of the AAMC, Washington, DC, October 1999.)

              DeBlock H, Mayer D, Simon S, Marantz P. Using cases to teach
              evidence based medicine. (Presented at the Annual Meeting of
              the AAMC, Washington, DC, October 1999.)

              Marantz PR, Fielding J, Swales J. Policy making in public
              health: who bears the burden of proof? (Opening plenary
              session, Prevention 2000, Atlanta, GA, March 2000.)

              DeBlock H, Mayer D, Simon S, Marantz P. Using cases to teach
              evidence based medicine. (Presented at the Annual Meeting of
              the AAMC, Chicago, November 2000.)
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              Marantz PR, Grossman PS, Burton W. Teaching epidemiology and
              biostatistics to medical students using the case discussion
              method. (Presented at the Annual Meeting of UME-21
              [Undergraduate Medical Education for the 21st Century],
              Washington, DC, March 2001.)

              Marantz PR. Evidence-based public health: what is the
              standard for evidence? (Presented to the Department of
              Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, University of
              California, San Francisco, December 2001.)

              Marantz PR. An overview of research design and statistics.
              (Presented at the Certificate Program in the Ethics and
              Regulation of Research with Human Subjects; Nancy Dubler,
              Director; May 2003.)

              Marantz PR. Teaching epidemiology through case-discussion.
              (Invited presentation, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of
              Medicine, Cleveland, OH, September 26, 2003.)

              Invited participant: Case-study teaching roundtable; Graduate
              School of Journalism, Columbia University: November 12, 2003.

              Marantz PR. Teaching epidemiology through case-discussion.
              (Invited presentation, University of British Columbia,
              Vancouver, BC, Canada, November 21, 2003.)

              Marantz PR. Building a public health curriculum in medical
              schools. (Invited presentation, University of New Mexico,
              Albuquerque, NM, April 19, 2004.)

              Marantz PR. Designing clinical research. (Invited
              presentation, AIDS International Training and Research
              Program, Bangalore, India, August 4-5, 2004.)

              Cashman SB, Marantz PR. Prevention education resources:
              vehicles for integration. (Invited presentation, Association
              of Academic Health Centers, 12th Congress of Health
              Professions Educators, Washington, DC, June 5-6, 2005.)

								
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