Full CV (pdf)
Green Chemistry: Cornerstone to a Sustainable California. Report to California EPA (2008)
UC Berkeley/UCLA press release | California EPA press release
Medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2000 and completed specialty training in Family Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital, University of California, San Francisco in 2003.
Masters studies (MPH) in Environmental Health Sciences at UC Berkeley School of Public Health in 2007
Current Research Interests
Green chemistry and chemicals policy, including the intersection between European Union regulations and policy development in California.
The production, use and disposal of chemicals and products and their implications for human health and the environment.
Clinical practice and instruction in family medicine and reproductive health.
Schwarzman M and Wilson M. New Science for Chemicals Policy. Science, 326, 20 November, 2009. [pdf]
Wilson M and Schwarzman M. Toward a New U.S. Chemicals Policy: Rebuilding the Foundation to Advance New Science, Green Chemistry and Environmental Health. Environmental Health Perspectives. 117 August, 2009. [pdf]
Schwarzman M. 2008. Potential Toxicity of Synthetic Chemicals: What You Should Know About Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals. American Family Physician. 78(5): 565-566. http://coeh.berkeley.edu/docs/news/08-09-01_ed_schwarzman.pdf
Schwarzman M and Wilson M. Reshaping chemicals Policy on Two Sides of the Atlantic: Comparing approaches and exploring areas for cooperation between California and the European Union. University of California, Berkeley. Institute of Governmental Studies Working Paper No. 12. May, 2008. http://repositories.cdlib.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1157&context=igs
Wilson M, Schwarzman M, Malloy T, Fanning E, Sinsheimer P. Green Chemistry: Cornerstone to a Sustainable California. University of California Regents. January, 2008. http://coeh.berkeley.edu/docs/news/green_chem_brief.pdf
Dr. Schwarzman offers guest lectures in UC Berkeley environmental health courses and frequently presents the Cornerstone Report findings to non-governmental organizations, industry and businesses groups, professional associations and state and local government agencies.
• In September 2009, Dr. Schwarzman was appointed to the Scientific Understanding Work Group of the U.S. CDC's National Conversation on Public Health and Chemical Exposures
• In March, 2009, Dr. Schwarzman was appointed by California Department of Toxic Substances Control Director Maureen Gorsen to the state's Green Ribbon Science Panel (AB 1879-Feuer, Los Angeles)
Outstanding Resident Teaching Award Nominee, UCSF School of Medicine (2002)
Julius R. Krevans Award for Clinical Excellence, San Francisco General Hospital & UCSF (2001)
James F. Carlin Outstanding Medical Student Educator Award, U. Mass. Medical School (1998)
Idaho Public Health Association President’s Special Award (1996)