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Mina Ruth Silberberg

Associate Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health
Family Medicine and Community Health, Community Health
Duke Box 104652, Durham, NC 27710
200 Morris Street, Suite 3100, Durham, NC 27701

Overview


I have thirty years of experience in health services, community health, and health policy research and evaluation.  My work has focused on improving the health of low-income and otherwise underserved populations through primary care practice change, community-based programs/organizations, and addressing social drivers of health.  My studies generally use mixed-methods participatory program evaluation and community-engaged research approaches. I also study, write about, and teach community engaged/participatory research and evaluation.  I have a great deal of experience with mentoring trainees on research, including undergraduate students, graduate students, medical students, residents, junior faculty, and senior faculty moving into new areas of work.

Current Appointments & Affiliations


Associate Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health · 2021 - Present Family Medicine and Community Health, Community Health, Family Medicine and Community Health
Associate Research Professor of Global Health · 2020 - Present Duke Global Health Institute, University Institutes and Centers
Associate Professor in Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences · 2021 - Present Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, Clinical Science Departments
Core Faculty Member, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy · 2019 - Present Duke - Margolis Center For Health Policy, Initiatives

Education, Training & Certifications


University of California, Berkeley · 1992 Ph.D.