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    Lisa Rubin

    Assistant Professor

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    Lisa Rubin earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Arizona State University. Her research examines cultural influences on women's health, with a particular focus on body image, reproductive health, and health disparities. Prior to joining the New School faculty in 2006, she was a research fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, where she conducted clinical research on women's decision-making about prophylactic mastectomy, and post-mastectomy breast reconstruction. Her research has been published in the Psychology of Women Quarterly; Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry; and Women and Therapy. Professor Rubin teaches courses on Psychology of Women, Health Psychology, and Qualitative Research Methods in Psychology.View Portrait