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Adam O. Goldstein, MD, MPH, is a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center member interested in all aspects of tobacco use interventions.

Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin Distinguished Professor, Family Medicine
Director, UNC Tobacco Treatment Programs
UNC-Chapel Hill
Cancer Prevention and Control

Area of Interest

I am interested in all aspects of tobacco use interventions. This includes tobacco policy, cessation, youth prevention, advertising and electronic cigarettes. I am the medical director of UNC’s Tobacco Treatment Programs in the School of Medicine that treats over 4,000 tobacco users annually in inpatient, cancer, worksite and outpatient settings.

Awards and Honors

  • WCHL Hometown Hero Award, Chapel Hill, NC, 2011
  • U.S. Army Dental Command Presentation Award, 2010
  • Evan’s Lifetime Leadership Award, Durham, 2009
  • Academy of Educators, UNC School of Medicine, 2006
  • Ned Brooks Award for Service, 2003
  • 4H Distinguished Service Award, 2002
  • UNC Chancellor’s Award for Service, 2001
  • Physician Excellence Prevention Award, North Carolina Prevention Partners, 2000
  • Award for Community Service, Governor James Hunt, 2000
  • Young Leadership Award, Durham/Chapel Hill Jewish Federation, 1999
  • Rising Star Award University of North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC, 1998
  • Excellence in teaching and scholarship, UNC Department of Family Medicine, 1997
  • NIH National Research Service Award – Primary Care Research Fellowship, Chapel Hill, NC, 1990

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