Bio for Alicia Cunningham, M.D. Alicia Cunningham, M.D.Assistant Professor of Medicine, Primary Care Internal MedicineDepartment of Medicine Contact Information E-mail: Alicia.Cunningham@uvm.eduPhone: 802-847-4741Office Location: Aesculapius Medical Center, 1 Timber Lane, South Burlington, VT 05403 Education2002-2005 House Officer in Internal Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates Primary Care Residency 2000 MD Harvard Medical School 2002 MPH Harvard School of Public Health, Concentration: Occupational and Environmental Health 1997 AB Princeton University, Major: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International AffairsResearch InterestsPublic HealthExpertisePrimary Care Internal MedicineResearch2001-2002 Research Assistant at Cambridge Department of Public Health; conducted program evaluation and subsequent data analysis for the Cambridge and Somerville Healthy Homes Asthma Program 1998 Research Assistant at the Institute of Public Health in Mexico City; conducted research on bone lead turnover in adolescents 1997-1998 Research Assistant at Dana Farber Cancer Center, Quality Assurance Department; conducted research on bleomycin toxicity in patients 1996 Senior thesis at Princeton University about the barriers to exit for victimsof domestic violenceTeaching - Local Contributions2006-c Doctoring in Vermont—UVM Medical School2006-c Outpatient Medicine Clerkship Ambulatory Experience Preceptorship—UVM Medical SchoolTeaching Experience2006-c Doctoring in Vermont—UVM Medical School2006-c Outpatient Medicine Clerkship Ambulatory Experience Preceptorship—UVM Medical SchoolVolunteer Work2001-c Volunteer, visiting home bound members of church community 2009-c Volunteer, Church School leader 2006 Volunteer, Open Door Clinic in Middlebury, VT 2000-2001 Playspace Activity Leader, Horizon's Initiative 1997-2005 Mentor, Manville High School Mentorship Program 1997-1999 Class of 2001 Community Service Chair, Harvard Medical School 1993-1997 Board Member, Student Volunteers Council, Princeton UniversityPublicationsMarier, AE, A health education program for migrant children. American Journal of Public Health 1996; 86:590. Publications (Peer Reviewed)Marier, AE, A health education program for migrant children. American Journal of Public Health 1996; 86:590.To view more of Dr. Cunningham's publications, please visit PubMed.