- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Medicine, General Internal Medicine
Dr. Lauren Peccoralo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at ISSMS. She is currently Co-Program Director and Founder of the Primary Care Track in the Internal Medicine Residency Program. She is also the Medical Director of the Collaborative Care Program for Depression in the Internal Medicine Associates, a new program which aims to integrate behavioral and physical health in the primary care setting and reduce the burden of mental illness in primary care patients. Dr. Peccoralo received her M.D. and Masters in Public Health as well as completed her residency, chief residency and general medicine fellowship at the Icahn School of Medicine (formerly the Mount Sinai School of Medicine). She joined the faculty at Mount Sinai's Division of General Medicine in 2011.
Dr. Peccoralo's career interests include primary care workforce development and training, integration of behavioral and physical healthcare and innovations and training in medical education. She has presented her work in these topics at regional and national meetings and has published articles in major medical journals. Dr. Peccoralo's clinical interests include chronic disease management such as diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, preventative care, weight management, as well as depression and anxiety.
Peccoralo L, Karani R, Coplit L, Korenstein D. Pocket card and dedicated feedback session to improve feedback to ward residents: a randomized trial. Journal of hospital medicine : an official publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine 2012 Jan; 7(1).
Peccoralo LA, Callahan K, Stark R, DeCherrie LV. Primary care training and the evolving healthcare system. The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York; 79(4).
Peccoralo LA, Tackett S, Ward L, Federman A, Helenius I, Christmas C, Thomas DC. Resident satisfaction with continuity clinic and career choice in general internal medicine. Journal of general internal medicine 2013 Aug; 28(8).
Cerimele JM, Peccoralo LA. Defining patient complexity. Annals of internal medicine 2012 Apr; 156(8).
Pizzagalli DA, Peccoralo LA, Davidson RJ, Cohen JD. Resting anterior cingulate activity and abnormal responses to errors in subjects with elevated depressive symptoms: a 128-channel EEG study. Human brain mapping 2006 Mar; 27(3).
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Dr. Peccoralo did not report having any of the following types of financial relationships with industry during 2015 and/or 2016: consulting, scientific advisory board, industry-sponsored lectures, service on Board of Directors, participation on industry-sponsored committees, equity ownership valued at greater than 5% of a publicly traded company or any value in a privately held company. Please note that this information may differ from information posted on corporate sites due to timing or classification differences.
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