Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Rutgers – New Jersey Medical School
Dr. Chen is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine. She has extensive experience in conducting domestic violence training, intervention programs and research in health care settings. As the lead author, Dr. Chen recently wrote a four-part monograph on domestic violence for FP Essentials, one of the largest educational activities of the American Academy of Family Physicians, by providing up-to-date knowledge to family physicians nationally. She is currently the Director of the Domestic Violence Intervention Program and a member of the Community-Engaged Service Learning (CESL) Leadership Team at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Chen has been aprincipal investigator on several grants from National Institute of Health and foundations for studies on domestic violence. Dr. Chen's areas of expertise also include large-scale survey research, cohort studies, randomized trials, and chart review studies. Dr. Chen serves as the Residency Program's research director. Dr. Chen is reviewer for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) grant applications. She has numerous peer-reviewed publications.