Faculty Profiles

James Greenwald, MD

James L. Greenwald, M.D.

Dr. Greenwald was appointed Director of RMED March 1, 2004. An alumnus of the College of Medicine at SUNY Upstate, Dr. Greenwald has worked in the Department of Family Medicine since completing his residency in Family Practice and Community Health at the University of Minnesota in June, 1981. He has been course director for all of our required predoctoral courses and was the Interim RMED Course Director from October 2003 to February 2004. He has written a number of review articles and book chapters, performed original research on family systems, and is a Clinical Associate Professor. He is a trombone player in the Syracuse University Brass Ensemble and Chairman of the Board of the New York State Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Greenwald has received numerous honors including the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Nick Fabrizio Ph.D.

Nicola A. Fabrizio, Ph.D.

Dr. Nick Fabrizio is the Associate Director of the RMED Program and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine. Dr. Fabrizio graduated with a M.P.A. in Health Care Administration in 1994 from Binghamton University, and with a Ph.D. in Health Services from Walden University in 1998. He has written a number of articles on Health Care Administration. Dr. Fabrizio joined the SUNY Upstate Family Medicine Department in 1996.

Eva Gregory, MD

Eva D. Gregory, M.D.

Eva D. Gregory, M.D. is the Site Coordinator for the RMED Program. She completed her medical school training at Ohio State University in 1982. She spent two years in the combined Medicine/Pediatrics residency program in Rochester, NY before transferring to Brown University's Family Medicine Program. Always interested in rural and cross-cultural medicine, Dr. Gregory worked at a rural health center for the Portugese/Cape Verdian people, spent two months in a hospital in Jos, Nigeria, and worked three years with the Alaskan Eskimos as a staff physician and medical director of the Village Health Care Services program. There she trained lay-persons in remote communities to become their primary providers. She joined the SUNY Family Medicine Department in 1993, providing outpatient medical services at the Onondaga Nation Health Center, and serves as its medical director.