Joseph Schwartz, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychiatry and Sociology
Visiting Professor of Behavioral Medicine, Columbia University Medical Center

Phone: (631) 632-8839

Curriculum Vitae


BA (Social Relations & Mathematics) Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 1977
MS (Sociology) Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 1977
PhD (Sociology) Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 1978
Research Interests: biostatistics
behavioral medicine
masked hypertension
depression and heart disease 
ecological momentary assessment
Current Research: Principal Investigator: NHLBI, Psychosocial Predictors of Ambulatory Blood Pressure
Principal Investigator: NHLBI, Physical activity, depression, and post-acs survival
Honors: Elected Fellow, Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research (1993)
Elected Fellow, Society of Behavioral Medicine (1995)
Publications: Medline Search
New! Research ArticleNew England Journal of Medicine, Urinary-Cell mRNA Profile and Acute Cellular Rejection in Kidney Allografts (July 2013)
Research Article: American Journal of Hypertension, Alterations in Diastolic Function in Masked Hypertension: Findings from the Masked Hypertension Study (2/27/13)
Research Article: American Journal of Cardiology, Relation of Patients Living Without a Partner or Spouse to Being Physically Active After Acute Coronary Syndromes (2/11/13)