Steven Chamberlin

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chambest@ohsu.edu

 

Biography

Steve Chamberlin is currently a National Library of Medicine fellow in the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at OHSU, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Track. He received both a doctorate in naturopathic medicine and a masters in acupuncture from the National College of Natural Medicine. Prior to this he had a 25 year career in IT and predictive modeling in a variety of industries, including epidemiology, financial services, automotive, insurance and telecommunications. 

His research interests focus on two areas. The first area is health services research and health care access. The second area is the application of precision medicine techniques to integrative oncology and nutritional genomics. Steve is also involved as a volunteer at a local community clinic, Mercy and Wisdom Health Center.  

Education 

M.S. Oregon Health and Science University, 2017-expected 
N.D. National College of Natural Medicine, 2015 
M.Ac National College of Natural Medicine, 2015
B.S. Portland State University, liberal studies (mathematics, economics), 2009   

Selected Publications  

1) Chamberlin SR, Oberg E, Hanes DA, Calabrese C. Naturopathic Practice at North American Academic Institutions: description of 300,483 visits and comparison to conventional primary care. Integr Med Insights. 2014 May 19;9:7-15.  

2) Chamberlin SR, Colbert AP, Larsen A. Skin conductance at 24 source (yuan) acupoints in 8,637 patients: influence of age, gender, time of day. J Acupunct Meridian Stud 2011;4(1):14−23  

3) Olsen GW, Lacy SE, Cartmill JB, Kravat BA, Chamberlin SR, Spadacene NW, Lipps TE. Half-century of cause-specific mortality experience of chemical manufacturing employees. Am J Ind Med. 1994 Aug;26(2):203-19.  

4) Olsen GW, Lacy SE, Chamberlin SR, Albert DL, Arceneaux TG, Bullard LF, Stafford BA, Boswell JM. Retrospective cohort mortality study of workers with potential exposure to epichlorohydrin and allyl chloride. Am J Ind Med. 1994 Feb;25(2):205-18.