Dr Goldin currently holds the position of Professor of Public Health at Tufts University School of medicine. He is a PhD Biochemist who after a Post Doctoral Fellowship studying the enzyme kinetics of Glutamate Dehydrogenase at Washington University School of Medicine, entered the area of bacterial intestinal metabolism research at the NIH and Harvard University. His research interests are the activation of carcinogens and alteration of hormones that are involved in the etiology of colon and breast cancer. His major research papers have been involved in methods to alter the intestinal bacterial metabolism to lower the risk of developing colon and breast cancer. He is the author of more than 150 original papers and 28 book chapters.
Dr Goldin acting upon the request of Mario Lichtenstein, joined the VABC Medical Board. Dr. Goldin’s wife Alice Lichtenstein, a leading National and International Nutritional Biochemist is Mario’s first Cousin. Dr Goldin reviews and makes funding recommendations for Medical research grants submitted to the VABC.