I started my Occupational & Environmental Medicine training at Mount Sinai-Irving J. Seilikoff Center for Occupational Health. I enjoyed participating in a variety of academic and clinical projects, including publishing guidelines on solvent-related disorders for the New York State Clinical Network.
As a physician at the New York University Occupational Clinic, I collaborated on post 9/11 screening programs for NY police and rescue workers. Currently, in my private clinical and consulting practices, I conduct regulatory compliant programs for police and firefighters and treat work-related injuries.
Since 2013, I have served as an officer for the International Section of ACOEM. At our annual meetings, I have presented on air quality in China. Recently, I have spoken at Fu Dan University in China on the topic of occupational health in the US.
OEM has given me the opportunity to promote health, happiness, and productivity in the workplace, both locally and globally.