Felice Tager, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry)
Dr. Felice Tager received her Ph.D. in Health Psychology from Yeshiva University. She is currently an assistant clinical professor of medical psychology (in psychiatry) at Columbia Presbyterian Medical center. Dr. Tager does research in breast cancer survivorship and she is currently the principal investigator of a research project focusing on the cognitive and psychological issues in breast cancer survivors. In addition to research, Dr. Tager is part of a faculty practice where she does primarily cognitive behavioral therapy. She works with medical patients with psychological issues and sees many patients with anxiety disorders as well. Dr. Tager specializes in treating obsessive compulsive disorder, particularly with women in the Orthodox Jewish community.
Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion
1150 St. Nicholas Avenue
Room 1-121 New York, NY 10032
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Research interests focus on the psychological and cognitive aspects of medical illness and treatments. Currently, Dr. Tager is the Principal Investigator of an ACS grant studying the cognitive, psychological, and hormonal effects of chemotherapy treatment in pre-menopausal breast cancer patients.