Elizabeth Doran, MD

Assistant Professor, Faculty Development

Elizabeth Doran

Biography

Elizabeth is a native of Massachusetts, and a graduate of New York Medical College. After earning an undergraduate degree in sociology from Williams College, she worked in Boston for an urban planning and development firm before making the decision to pursue medicine as a career. She completed a post-baccalaureate pre-medical program at Harvard University Extension School, and then went to work as a clinical research coordinator for the deparment of Thoracic Oncology at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. At New York Medical College she was involved in research relating to Patient Centered Medical Homes and transistions in medical care between childhood and adulthood, with a particular focus on children with complex medical needs. Her research and work experience at both Dana Farber and New York Medical College were early influences that led her to commit to a career in primary care. She was drawn to family medicine for its ability to offer full-spectrum care over a lifespan. Elizabeth was Vice President of the FMIG at New York Medical College. In her leisure time she enjoys cycling, hiking, gardening, and cooking for friends and family. She speaks moderate French and basic Russian, and is working on learning Spanish.

Education

  • New York Medical College, MD
  • Williams College, BA

Publications

  • Published on 1/1/2014

    Viola D, Arno PS, Byrnes JG, Doran E. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. The Postpediatrician Transition: A Life Span Care Perspective. Sage Publicationz. Thousand Oaks. 2014; 24(4):238-246.

  • Published on 1/1/2014

    Anderson K, Willmore C, Doran E, Oki N, Vonnahme J, Gates BJ. Cognitive and literacy screening as predictors of ability to fill a pillbox using two pillbox assessment scoring methods. Consult Pharm. 2014; 29(5):304-16. PMID: 24849688.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 5/31/2011

    Mak RH, Doran E, Muzikansky A, Kang J, Neal JW, Baldini EH, Choi NC, Willers H, Jackman DM, Sequist LV. Outcomes after combined modality therapy for EGFR-mutant and wild-type locally advanced NSCLC. Oncologist. 2011; 16(6):886-95. PMID: 21632451.

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  • Published on 1/1/2010

    Doran E, Jackman D. Fire without smoke: lung cancer in 'never-smokers'. Oncology (Williston Park). 2010 Jan; 24(1):40, 43. PMID: 20187320.

    Read at: PubMed

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