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Office2880 University Ave
Madison, WI 53705Phone(608) 263-0573Fax(608) 265-8143
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- Dr. Michael Fiore, MD is a board certified internist in Madison, Wisconsin. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Wisconsin. He is affiliated with University Hospital and UnityPoint Health Meriter.
Education & Training
- US Centers for Disease Control and PreventionResidency, Preventive Medicine, 1985 - 1987
- Boston University Medical CenterResidency, Internal Medicine, 1981 - 1984
- McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern UniversityClass of 1981
Certifications & Licensure
- WI State Medical License 1986 - 2023
- American Board of Internal Medicine Internal Medicine
- A Comparative Effectiveness & Long Term Health Study in Wisconsin Smokers Start of enrollment: 2012 May 01Stein, J.H.,Fiore, M.C.
- Evaluation of Treatments to Improve Smoking Cessation Medication Adherence Start of enrollment: 2010 Jun 01Fiore, M.C.,Schlam, T.R.
- Identifying Treatments to Motivate Smokers to Quit Start of enrollment: 2010 Jun 01Cook, J.,Fiore, M.C.,Mermelstein, R.
Publications & Presentations
- Cost-effectiveness of stop smoking incentives for medicaid-enrolled pregnant women.Marlon P. Mundt, Michael C. Fiore, Megan E. Piper, Robert Adsit, Kathleen H. Kobinsky, Kristine M Alaniz, Timothy B. Baker> ;Preventive Medicine. 2021 Aug 25
- Achieving Equity in the Reach of Smoking Cessation Services Within the NCI Cancer Moonshot-Funded Cancer Center Cessation Initiative.Heather D'Angelo, Monica Webb Hooper, Jessica L. Burris, Betsy Rolland, Rob Adsit, Danielle Pauk, Marika S. Rosenblum, Michael C. Fiore, Timothy B. Baker> ;Health equity. 2021 Jun 16
- Evaluating four motivation-phase intervention components for use with primary care patients unwilling to quit smoking: a randomized factorial experiment.Jessica W. Cook, Timothy B. Baker, Michael C. Fiore, Linda M. Collins, Megan E. Piper, Tanya R. Schlam, Daniel M. Bolt, Stevens S. Smith, Deejay Zwaga, Douglas E. Jore...> ;Addiction. 2021 Apr 28
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- Addressing a Core Gap in Cancer Care — the NCI Moonshot Program to Help Oncology Patients Stop SmokingJanuary 2nd, 2019
- Investigators Are Tracking America's Deadliest Killer: Tobacco AddictionJuly 19th, 2017
- Shop TalkJanuary 10th, 2017
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- A Comparative Effectiveness &Long-Term Health Study In Wisconsin SmokersNational Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute2011
- Increasing Adherence To Tobacco Cessation InterventionNational Cancer Institute2009–2011
- Engineering Effective Interventions For Tobacco Use: A Translational LaboratoryNational Cancer Institute2009–2011
- Administrative CoreNational Cancer Institute2009–2011
- Fax To Quit: Linking Smokers Visiting Clinics To State QuitlinesNational Center For Chronic Disease Prev And Health Promo2007–2009
- Natural History Of Smoking &Quitting: Longterm OutcomesNational Institute On Drug Abuse2007–2008
- Core A - Administrative CoreNational Institute On Drug Abuse2007
- Natural History Of Smoking &Quitting: Physiologic &Psychosocial ConsequencesNational Center For Research Resources2006–2007
- Natural History Of Smoking &Quitting: OutcomesNational Institute On Drug Abuse2004–2006
- Tobacco And Systems Change Research Synthesis ConferenceAgency For Healthcare Research And Quality2005
- Relapse: Linking Science And PracticeNational Cancer Institute1999–2003
- Assessing And Understanding Tobacco DependenceNational Cancer Institute1999–2002
- Smoking As A Vital Sign--Impact On Practice &CessationNational Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute1994–1998
- Effect Of Nicotine Withdrawal On SleepNational Center For Research Resources1995
- Preventive Oncology Academic AwardNational Cancer Institute1990–1993