Evelyn C. Granieri, M.D, MPH, MSEd

Contact Information
212-932-4080
eg2279@columbia.edu

 

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Chief of the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Aging
Columbia University Medical Center

Dr. Granieri is interested in medical and geriatrics education, program development, advocacy and interdisciplinary care of older adults. She teaches locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, and has developed curricula for geriatrics fellowships internationally. Dr. Granieri has designed and implemented palliative medicine curricula and interdisciplinary training within the Veterans Administration system and in multiple other academic institutions. 

Since arriving at Columbia, Dr.Granieri has developed the Division of Geriatric Medicine and its rigorous curriculum, that has been the source of education and training for medical housestaff and other health care professionals at Columbia and New York Presbyterian. She is currently working to help establish curricular initiatives in geriatrics for the College of Physicians and Surgeons and an medical education track within the medicine residency. 

She holds leadership positions within the AAMC, the American Geriatrics Society and is a member of the NBMA Advisory Committee for Medical School Programs. She was also a Deputy Vice-Chair for Education. 

 

Education & Training:
MD, Northwestern University
MPH, University of Pittsburgh
MSEd at the University of Southern California

 

Affiliations:
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

 

Honors and Awards:
Arnold Gold Award for Humanism in Medicine
Dennis Jahnigen Award, American Geriatrics Society 

 

Selected Publications:
Baldwin, M.R., Reid, C., Westlake, A.A., Rowe, J.R., Granieri, E.C., Wunsch, H., Dam, T., Rabinowitz, D., Goldstein, N.E., Maurer, M.S., Lederer, D.J. (2015). The feasibility of measuring frailty to predict disability and mortality in older medical-ICU survivors. J Crit Care. 29(3); 401-408.
Levine, M., Richardson, J.E., Granieri, E., Reidc, M.C. (2015). Novel telemedicine technologies in geriatric chronic non-cancer pain: Primary care providers' perspectives. Paid Med. 15; 206-213. 
Spitz, A., Moore, A.A., Papaleontiou, M., Granieri, E., Turner, B.J., Reid, M.C. (2011). Primary care providers' perspective on prescribing opioids to older adults with chronic non-cancer pain: A qualitative study. BMC Geriatr. 11:35. doi: 10.1186/1471-2318-11-35.