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Joel Erblich, PhD

    • Positions
    • LECTURER | Population Health Science and Policy
    • LECTURER | Oncological Sciences
    • Language
    • English

Dr. Erblich is a behavioral health scientist experienced in cancer prevention and control, with an emphasis on nicotine and alcohol dependence. He received a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Southern California, completed a clinical internship at UCLA, and completed postdoctoral fellowships in biobehavioral medicine at both the Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Mount Sinai.  He has been a PI on numerous research grants and career development awards from diverse funding agencies, including the NCI, NIDA, American Cancer Society, Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program, PCORI, and others.  In addition, Dr. Erblich was involved, and continues to be involved, in numerous multidisciplinary training and education grants, as well as several educational grants aimed at disseminating evidence-based behavioral interventions to manage cancer treatment side effects. Finally, because of his experience in biostatistics, Dr. Erblich currently serves as the methodologist on several R01 grants relating to behavioral medicine.  Dr. Erblich is also a licensed psychologist in New York and New Jersey.

Research Topics

Addiction, Behavioral Health, Biostatistics, Cancer