- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Preventive Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
- Experienced in Workers’ Compensation Reporting
- Medical Screenings for Work-related Hazard Exposures
- Monitoring and Treatment of World Trade Center-Related Adverse Health Effects
MD, University of Rochester Medical Center
B.S., Yale University
M.P.H., Columbia School of Public Health
M.D., University of Rochester Medical School
Residency, Internal Medicine
Montefiore Medical Center
Michael Crane, MD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He serves as Director of the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) Clinical Center of Excellence at the Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health at Mount Sinai. In this capacity, he supervises the monitoring and treatment of Mount Sinai’s WTC responder cohort. Dr. Crane’s research has centered on the long-term health consequences of exposure to the World Trade Center disaster.
Previously, Dr. Crane served as the Assistant Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of the Occupational Health Department at Consolidated Edison of New York. In 2002 he established a medical monitoring and treatment program for Consolidated Edison workers who assisted in recovery efforts at the WTC site. Prior to that, Dr. Crane served as the Associate Director of the Alcoholism Treatment Program of the Mount Sinai Services City Hospital Center at Elmhurst, New York. He received his medical degree at the University of Rochester Medical School and a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University School of Public Health. He completed his medical internship and residency at the Montefiore Hospital in New York.
Dasaro CR, Holden WL, Berman KD, Crane MA, Kaplan JR, Lucchini RG, Luft BJ, Moline JM, Teitelbaum SL, Tirunagari US, Udasin IG, Weiner JH, Zigrossi PA, Todd AC. Cohort Profile: World Trade Center Health Program General Responder Cohort. International journal of epidemiology 2015 Jun;.
Crane MA, Levy-Carrick NC, Crowley L, Barnhart S, Dudas M, Onuoha U, Globina Y, Haile W, Shukla G, Ozbay F. The response to September 11: a disaster case study. Annals of global health; 80(4).
Pietrzak RH, Feder A, Singh R, Schechter CB, Bromet EJ, Katz CL, Reissman DB, Ozbay F, Sharma V, Crane M, Harrison D, Herbert R, Levin SM, Luft BJ, Moline JM, Stellman JM, Udasin IG, Landrigan PJ, Southwick SM. Trajectories of PTSD risk and resilience in World Trade Center responders: an 8-year prospective cohort study. Psychological medicine 2014 Jan; 44(1).
Crane MA, Cho HG, Landrigan PJ. Implications of the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) for the public health response to the Great East Japan Earthquake. Industrial health 2014; 52(1).
Pietrzak RH, Feder A, Schechter CB, Singh R, Cancelmo L, Bromet EJ, Katz CL, Reissman DB, Ozbay F, Sharma V, Crane M, Harrison D, Herbert R, Levin SM, Luft BJ, Moline JM, Stellman JM, Udasin IG, El-Gabalawy R, Landrigan PJ, Southwick SM. Dimensional structure and course of post-traumatic stress symptomatology in World Trade Center responders. Psychological medicine 2014 Jul; 44(10).
Solan S, Wallenstein S, Shapiro M, Teitelbaum SL, Stevenson L, Kochman A, Kaplan J, Dellenbaugh C, Kahn A, Biro FN, Crane M, Crowley L, Gabrilove J, Gonsalves L, Harrison D, Herbert R, Luft B, Markowitz SB, Moline J, Niu X, Sacks H, Shukla G, Udasin I, Lucchini RG, Boffetta P, Landrigan PJ. Cancer incidence in world trade center rescue and recovery workers, 2001-2008. Environmental health perspectives 2013 Jun; 121(6).
Lucchini RG, Crane MA, Crowley L, Globina Y, Milek DJ, Boffetta P, Landrigan PJ. The World Trade Center health surveillance program: results of the first 10 years and implications for prevention. Giornale italiano di medicina del lavoro ed ergonomia; 34(3 Suppl).
Pietrzak RH, Schechter CB, Bromet EJ, Katz CL, Reissman DB, Ozbay F, Sharma V, Crane M, Harrison D, Herbert R, Levin SM, Luft BJ, Moline JM, Stellman JM, Udasin IG, Landrigan PJ, Southwick SM. The burden of full and subsyndromal posttraumatic stress disorder among police involved in the World Trade Center rescue and recovery effort. Journal of psychiatric research 2012 Jul; 46(7).
Wisnivesky JP, Teitelbaum SL, Todd AC, Boffetta P, Crane M, Crowley L, de la Hoz RE, Dellenbaugh C, Harrison D, Herbert R, Kim H, Jeon Y, Kaplan J, Katz C, Levin S, Luft B, Markowitz S, Moline JM, Ozbay F, Pietrzak RH, Shapiro M, Sharma V, Skloot G, Southwick S, Stevenson LA, Udasin I, Wallenstein S, Landrigan PJ. Persistence of multiple illnesses in World Trade Center rescue and recovery workers: a cohort study. Lancet (London, England) 2011 Sep; 378(9794).
Crane MA, Milek DJ, Globina Y, Seifu L, Landrigan PJ. The lessons of September 11. Industrial health 2011; 49(6).
de la Hoz RE, Christie J, Teamer JA, Bienenfeld LA, Afilaka AA, Crane M, Levin SM, Herbert R. Reflux symptoms and disorders and pulmonary disease in former World Trade Center rescue and recovery workers and volunteers. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine / American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2008 Dec; 50(12).
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