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Robert J. Alpino

    • Title:
    • Professional Development & Research Program Administrator

    • Role:
    • Faculty

    • Faculty Appointments:
    • Instructor in the School of Health Professions, Eastern Virginia Medical School

    • Additional Certifications:
    • Focus Areas:
    • Center Director, Eastern Virginia Area Health Education Center, Eastern Virginia Medical School

    • Office Location:
    • Lester Hall

    • Undergraduate Education:
    • Graduate Education:
    • Master of International Affairs, Columbia University, New York, NY

    • Postdoctoral Education:
    • Medical Education:
    • Residency:
    • Fellowship(s):
    • Board Certification(s):
    • Affiliation(s):
    • Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA

    • Research Interests:
    • Health Workforce Planning and Research, Rural Health, Public Health, International Health, Medical Modeling and Simulation

    • Primary Specialty:
    • Hospital:
    • Courses Taught:
    • EVMS Department of Family and Community Medicine M3 Clerkship

    • Current Projects:
    • 2016-2017 Rural Health Fellow, The National Rural Health Association, Leawood, KS

    • Bio:
    • Robert Alpino, a native of Brooklyn, NY, brings to the Eastern Virginia Area Health Education Center (EVAHEC) more than 30 years of public administration, public health, and health professions education experience garnered at the New York City Transit Authority, the Virginia Department of Health and the Virginia Statewide AHEC Program.  Mr. Alpino received an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia University in New York City with an East Asian Studies pre-med concentration and a concentration in Pre-Med studies.  Mr. Alpino subsequently received a graduate Master of International Affairs degree in International Finance and Banking, also from Columbia University.  Mr. Alpino has served as the Center Director of EVAHEC since May, 1995.  EVAHEC is a federal Health Resources and Services Administration health workforce program administered through the Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority (VHWDA) designed to alleviate primary care health workforce shortages in medically underserved urban and rural areas of eastern Virginia.