Jacqueline Moline, MD, MSc

Professor, Center for Health Innovations and Outcomes Research (CHIOR),
The Feinstein Institute for Medical research

Vice President, Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology and Prevention, Northwell Health

Chair & Professor, Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology and Prevention,
Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Professor, Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Phone: (516) 465-2639
Email: jmoline@northwell.edu

Northwell Health Firefighter Cancer Study

About the Investigator

Jacqueline Moline, MD, MSc, works with Northwell Health leadership to develop initiatives aimed at promoting and engaging health and wellness for Northwell Health’s workforce as well as the community at large. Dr. Moline is actively working on occupational medicine and population health programs as well as an Epidemiology Research Program.

Before joining the health system, Dr. Moline was vice chair and associate professor in the Department of Community and Preventive Medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, as well as associate professor of internal medicine. She served as the director of Mount Sinai’s Clinical Center of Excellence within the World Trade Center (WTC) Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program, which has diagnosed and treated thousands of WTC responders in the New York metropolitan area and across the United States. She currently directs the Queens WTC Clinical Center of Excellence.

Board certified in internal medicine and occupational medicine, Dr. Moline serves on the editorial boards of several journals on industrial, occupational and environmental medicine. She is a fellow of the American College of Physicians, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine and the New York Academy of Medicine. Dr. Moline’s professional affiliations also include membership in the American Medical Women’s Association and the American Public Health Association. She is also chair of the Health and Wellness Committee for the Fireman’s Association of the State of New York.

Dr. Moline received her medical degree from the University of Chicago-Pritzker School of Medicine and a Master of Science degree in community medicine from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital and an occupational and environmental medicine residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center.

Dr. Moline’s research interests include World Trade Center health effects, asbestos exposure, occupational lung disorders and heavy metal toxicity.


University of Chicago, IL
Degree: BA
Field of Study: History Sci/Bio

Univ. Chicago Pritzker Sch. of Medicine, IL
Degree: MD
Field of Study: Medicine

  1. Kara R. Perritt; Robin Herbert, MD; Stephen M. Levin, MD; Jacqueline Moline, MD. “Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Reported by World Trade Center Response Workers and Volunteers.” Prehospitcal and Disaster Medicine. 2011 December; Volume 26 (Issue 06): 401-401.
  2. Kim H, Herbert R, Landrigan P, Markowitz SB, Moline JM, Savitz DA, Todd AC, Udasin IG, Wisnivesky JP. “Increased rates of asthma among World Trade Center disaster responders.” Am J Ind Med. 2012 January; 55 (1): 44-53.
  3. Pietrzak, R. H., Schechter, C. B., Bromet, E. J., Katz, C. L., Reissman, D. B., Ozbay, F., Sharma, V., Crane, M., Harrison, D., Herbert, R., Levin, S. M., Luft, B. J., Moline, J. M., Stellman, J. M., Udasin, I. G., Landrigan, P. J., & Southwick, S. M. (2012). “The burden of full and partial posttraumatic stress disorder among police involved in the World Trade Center rescue and recovery effort.” Journal of Psychiatric Research, 46, 835-842.
  4. B.J. Luft, C. Schechter, R. Kotov, J. Broihier, D. Reissman, K. Guerrera, I. Udasin, J. Moline, D. Harrison, G. Friedman-Jimenez, R. H. Pietrzak, S.M. Southwick, and E. J. Bromet. “Exposure, probable PTSD and lower respiratory illness among World Trade Center rescue, recovery and clean-up workers.” Psychological Medicine 2012 May; 42: 1069-1079.
  5. Wu M, Gordon RE, Herbert R, Padilla M, Moline J, Mendelson D, Litle V, Travis WD, Gil J. “Case report: Lung disease in World Trade Center responders exposed to dust and smoke: carbon nanotubes found in the lungs of World Trade Center patients and dust samples.” Environ Health Perspect. 2010 Apr; 118(4):499-504.
  6. Dalton PH, Opiekun RE, Gould M, McDermott R, Wilson T, Maute C, Ozdener MH, Zhao K, Emmett E, Lees PS, Herbert R, Moline J. “Chemosensory Loss: Functional Consequences of the World Trade Center Disaster.” Environ Health Perspect. 2010 September; 118 (9): 1251-1256.
  7. Altman K, Desai S, Moline J, de la Hoz R, Herbert R, Gannon P, Doty R. “Odor identification ability and self-reported upper respiratory symptoms in workers at the post-9/11 World Trade Center Site.” Int Arch Occup Environ Health. 2011; 84:131-137
  8. Udasin I, Schecter C, Crowley L, Sotolongo A, Gochfeld M, Luft B, Moline J, Harrison D, Enright P. “Respiratory symptoms were associated with lower spirometry results during the first examination of WTC responders.” J Occup Environ Med. 2011 Jan; 53 (1): 49-54.
  9. Altman KW, Desai SC, Moline J, de la Hoz RE, Herbert R, Gannon PJ, Doty RL. “Odor identification ability and self-reported upper respiratory symptoms in workers at the post-9/11 World Trade Center site.” Int Arch Occup Environ Health. 2011 February; 84 (2): 131-137.
  10. Crowley L, Herbert R, Moline J, Wallenstein S, Shukla G, Schechter C, Skloot G, Udasin I, Luft B, Shapiro M, Wong K, Sacks H, Landrigan P, Teirstein A. “Sarcoid Like” Granulomatous Pulmonary Disease in World Trade Center Disaster Responders.” Am. J. Ind. Med. 2011 March; 54 (3): 175-184.
  11. Wisniivesky Juan, Teitelbaum Susan, Todd Andrew, Boffetta Paolo, Crane Michael, Crowley Laura, de la Hoz Rafael, Dellenbaugh Cornelia, Harrison Denise, Herbert Robin, Kim Hyun, Jeon Yunho, Kaplan Julia, Katz Craig, Levin Stephen, Luft Ben, Markowitz Steven, Moline Jacqueline, Ozbay Fatih, Pietrzak Robert, Shapiro Moshe, Sharma Vansh, Skloot Gwen, Southwick Steven, Stevenson Lori, Udasin Iris, Wallenstein Sylvan, Landrigan Philip. “Persistence of multiple illnesses in World Trade Center rescue and recovery workers: a cohort study.” The Lancet. 2011 September 3; 378 (9794): 888-897.
  12. Kim Hyun, Dropkin Jonathan, Spaeth Kenneth, Smith Francine, Moline Jacqueline. “Patient Handling and Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Hospital Workers: Analysis of 7 Years of Institutional Workers’ Compensation Claims Data.” American Journal of Industrial Medicine. December 2011: 1-8.

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