Martha R Arden, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine
Dr. Arden is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Medical School. She completed her pediatrics residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital and then went on to a three-year adolescent medicine fellowship at Schneider Children's Hospital of Long Island-Jewish Medical Center (now known as Cohen Children’s Medical Center of Northwell Health). After completion of her fellowship, Dr. Arden remained at Schneider Children’s Hospital, where she developed and directed the school-based health center program. While at North Shore LIJ, Dr Arden was an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, director of school-based health services, chair of the Institutional Review Board, and attending physician. In 2008, Dr. Arden left hospital-based work to open a solo adolescent medicine consultation practice on Long Island, where she specialized in the treatment of menstrual disorders, eating disorders, polycystic ovary syndrome, and routine adolescent gynecologic care. While operating her own private practice, she also worked part-time in the US Merchant Marine Academy student health center and the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital Division of Adolescent Medicine. She is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics subspecialty board in Adolescent Medicine and was a member of the Society of Adolescent Medicine and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
MD, Yale School of Medicine
Residency, Pediatrics, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian
Fellowship, Adolescent Medicine, Schneider Children's Hospital
Joyce Schlanger Award for Community Service
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Dr. Arden conducted research on the effectiveness of provision of directly-observed preventive therapy for tuberculosis in school-based health centers, a program that was subsequently replicated in other school-based programs. She also did research on lipid disorders and cardiovascular risk.
Pastore DR, Arden M. School-Based Health Care. In: Textbook of Adolescent Health Care. American Academy of Pediatrics;.
Arden MR, Feldman J, Shenker IR, Jacobson MS. Poor Fitness is Independently Associated with Elevated Lipids in Male Adolescents. Adolescent Nutrition: Annals of the NY Academy of Sciences 1997; 817: 348-350.