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Andrew Schoenfeld

Postdoctoral Fellow, RWJ Clinical Scholars Program, Internal Medicine.

Postdoctoral Fellow Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

M.D., Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine

Dr. Schoenfeld's research interests include examining surgical healthcare disparities present in single payer systems and their underlying etiologies as well as investigating change agents capable of enhancing care for spinal and degenerative disorders within underserved populations. As a clinical scholar, Dr. Schoenfeld plans to discern the impact of chronic infectious diseases on the development and severity of musculoskeletal conditions, particularly within the American Veteran population.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Schoenfeld, Andrew, Renuka Tipirneni, James H. Nelson, James E. Carpenter, and Theodore Iwashyna. 2014. "The Influence of Race and Ethnicity on Complications and Mortality After Orthopedic Surgery: A Systematic Review." Medical Care, 52(9): 842-851. DOI. Abstract.

Belmont, Philip J., E'Stephan J. Garcia, David Romano, Julia O. Bader, Kenneth J. Nelson, and Andrew Schoenfeld. 2014. "Risk factors for complications and in-hospital mortality following hip fractures: a study using the National Trauma Data Bank." Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, 134(5): 597-604. DOI. Abstract.