Dr. Lama Chaddad, MD, MPH, Clinical Research Director, earned her MD diploma with honors from the Russian National Research Medical University in 1992. A pediatrician, Dr. Chaddad graduated from Moscow Medical University, Russia, in 1996.

Dr. Chaddad earned her Master’s degree in Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Quantitative Methods (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, School of Public Health, in 2004.

She is a member of the Alumni of School of Public Health at the UMDNJ.

Dr. Chaddad has practiced medicine in different countries, which has provided her with exposure to the treatment of different types of diseases.

Since April 2007, she has been a Regional Public Health Epidemiologist.

Since January 2008, Dr. Chaddad has taught Epidemiology and Biostatistics for Doctor of Nursing Practice Programs at Rutgers, William Paterson, and DeSales Universities.

Dr. Chaddad worked as a Preventive Disease & Research consultant in Dubai, from 2012 to 2014.

Dr. Chaddad is fluent in English, Russian, and Arabic languages.