Robert L . Goldberg, MD

Robert L . Goldberg, MD, FACOEM

Clinical Professor of Medicine
UC Ergonomic Program
University of California
3101 South 46th St, Bldg 163
Richmond, CA 94804
Current Research Interests
•  Assessment of new technology for evaluation of work-related MSDs
NIOSH National Collaborative Study on Upper Extremity Injury in the Workplace: a prospective study of ergonomic risk factors and their relationship to the development of Musculoskeletal Disorders
• Carpal tunnel syndrome surveillance and prevention
• Effectiveness of distance learning on prevention of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSD's)
Key Publications
Rempel D, Krause N, Goldberg R. A Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating the Effects of Two Workstation Interventions on Upper Body Pain and Incident Musculoskeletal Disorders among Computer Operators. Occup Environ Med 2006, 63(5):300-306.

Goldberg, RL. 2001. The medical management of upper extremity injury in the occupational setting. Waltham, MA: NeuroMetrix.

Goldberg, RL, editor. 2001. Clinical guidelines for primary care: evaluation of hand and wrist symptoms. Cambridge, MA: NeuroMetrix.

Goldberg, RL. 2000. Perspectives: OEM in the new millennium. Western Occupational and Environmental Medical Association Newsletter.

Goldberg, RL. 1993. Preventing repetitive motion injuries. Daly City, CA: Krames Communications. First edition 1990, Second Edition 1993.

Goldberg, RL, contributor and reviewer. 1997. ACOEM Occupational Medicine Practice Guidelines. Waltham, MA: OEM Press.
UCSF Occupational Medicine Elective for Medical Students, Residents, Fellows
UCSF OEM Fellowship Program Ergonomics Practicum Rotation

Honorary Fellow Faculty of Occupational Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, Ireland 2007
International Ergonomics Assoication Liberty Mutual International Ergonomics Association Occupational Safety and Ergonomics Prize 2006

Fellow, The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
The Rutherford T. Johnstone Memorial Lecture Award of the Western Occupational Medical Association
Public and University Service
ACPM Public Policy Committee 2003-present
ACOEM Ergonomics Committee 2001-present
UC President’s National Laboratories Council Environment, Health and Safety panel, 2003-2007

California Hazards Initiative, Vice chair, steering committee 2006-2007
President, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2000-2001
Vice-Chair, Occupational Medicine of the American Board of Preventive Medicine 1997-2003
Council Member, Industrial Medical Council, State of California 1993-2000
Residency Advisory Committee, UCSF Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2000- present