Dr. Schwartz is a tenured Professor of Population Health and of Medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, where he is Vice-Chair in the Department of Population Health. He studied Medicine at Cornell, trained in PC GIM at NYU/Bellevue, and a GIM Fellowship at Duke. He is a health services researcher studying predictors of diabetes and conducting intervention studies to prevent incident diabetes among veterans and other vulnerable populations. He leads a NIDDK-funded R18 randomized trial (CHORD Study) of a community health worker intervention to prevent diabetes. He has 30+ years of educational leadership, having led NYU’s GIM Fellowship Program, a Fellowship in Medicine and Public Health Research, and established its Masters of Science in Clinical Investigation program. He was the founding Director of Translational Research Education at NYU’s CTSI. He was the PI of three HRSA-funded Faculty Development Program grants. He directs an HRSA and AHRQ-funded T32 training program in Healthcare Delivery Science and Population Health.

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Professor and Vice Chair


New York University School of Medicine