Alan Engelberg

Career Story: 

After my preventive medicine residency at AZ: Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) US Public Health Service Commissioned Officer with the Centers for Disease Control, stationed at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Morgantown, WV, 1977-79 Graduate school for MPH, University of Pittsburgh, 1979 NIOSH staff physician, Morgantown, and occupational medicine resident at NIOSH, 1980-1981 Science staff member and Director of Preventive Medicine Department, American Medical Association, Chicago, 1982-1988. Corporate physician, Monsanto Company, and medical director for Fisher Controls, Nutrasweet and Agriculture business units, St. Louis, 1989-1996. Occupational Medicine Residency Director, Saint Louis University and clinic physician, Healthline Corporate Health Services, 1997-1998. Corporate physician and Director of Programs and Global Processes, Global Occupational Health Services, IBM, Somers, NY 1998-2002 Corporate physician and clinic director, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Bridgewater, NJ, 2003 Associate Attending Physician, disability manager and clinic physician, Employee Health and Wellness Services, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City, 2004-present

Notable Personal Accomplishments: 

Still play trombone after all these years (this is notable to me, anyway)

Notable Professional Accomplishments: 

Speaker of the House of Delegates, and member of the Board of Directors, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Past president of the Central States Occupational and Environmental Medical Association, and the New York College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Fellow, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and Fellow, American College of Preventive Medicine Invited to the White House in July 1994 for a ceremony for the 4th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Favorite Recreational Activity: 

Play trombone in jazz bands since age 12

Favorite Memory from Residency: 

My work on childhood otitis media for the Indian Health Service, traveling to the San Carlos Apache, Navajo/Hopi and Colorado River Tribes reservations monthly for two years.

Personal Story: 

Wife, Cecilia Engelberg; sons, Jesse (27), Nick (23)