Andrea Kronman, MD, MSc
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Massachusetts Medical School
University of Massachusetts Medical Center
General Internal Medicine/Preventive Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine
MSc, Boston University School of Public Health
General field of research:
Women’s Health; Primary Care; Public Health.
Affiliations other than medicine:
801 Massachusetts Avenue
Crosstown Building, Suite 470
Boston, MA 02118
For Dr. Kronman’s clinical contact information, click here. For clinical questions, please call (617) 414-6800
Other research websites:
Women’s health, vulnerable populations, breast cancer, mood disorders
Summary of research interest:
Dr. Kronman is an Assistant Professor at Boston University School of Medicine. She is a physician-researcher in the Women’s Health Group and Health Care Research Unit in the Section of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Kronman holds a primary care practice at Commonwealth Medical Group and is a medical provider at Belkin Breast Health Center.
Kronman AC, Freund KM, Hanchate A, Emanuel EJ, Ash AS “Nursing Home Residence Confounds Gender Differences in Medicare Utilization: An Example of Simpson’s Paradox”, Women’s Health Issues: 2010; 20:105-113
Hanchate A, Kronman AC, Young-Xu Y, Ash AS, Emanuel EJ “Racial and Ethnic Differences in End of Life Costs: Why do Minorities Cost More Than Whites?,” Arch Int Med. 2009; 169 (5):493-501
Kronman AC, Ash AS, Freund KM, Hanchate A, Emanuel EJ “Primary Care Visits Reduce Hospital Care and Costs Among Medicare Beneficiaries at the End-Of-Life”, JGIM. 2008; 23 (9):1330-1335.
Tan KN, Datlof BM, Gilmore JA, Kronman AC, Lee JH, Maxam AM, Rao A. The T cell receptor V alpha 3 gene segment is associated with reactivity to p-azobenzenearsonate. Cell. 1988; 54:247-261
PubMed Link to Dr. Kronman’s Publications