Lisa Lieberman

Assistant Professor of Public Health

Adolescent and pre-teen health issues – from teen pregnancy to smoking – have been the focus of public health professor Lisa Lieberman, PhD, whose well known, extensive work, also includes assessments of condom availability and abstinence education programs. She has evaluated pregnancy and HIV prevention programs in New Jersey, New York, Georgia and South Dakota.

Professor Lieberman served as the county evaluator for the Rockland County Department of Health Comprehensive Tobacco Program since 2000 and has been an evaluation consultant to the U.S. Office of Population Affairs. She has also chaired the New York State Office of Children and Family Services Research and Evaluation Workgroup.

Montclair State University works to drum up health care sign-ups, Passaic Valley Today

Op-Ed: Make supporting tobacco prevention a New Year's resolution, The Record

Out of sight, out of mind: NYC proposes cigarette display ban, USA Today College