Dr. Elizabeth Nowak MD Family Medicine Doctor

Dr. Elizabeth Nowak is a family medicine doctor in Mattapan, Massachusetts and is affiliated with Quincy Medical Center. She received her medical degree from State University of New York Upstate Medical University and has been in practice for 5 years. She is one of 14 doctors at Quincy Medical Center who specialize in Family Medicine.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Family Medicine Doctor: Geriatric Medicine

Hospital Affiliation

Quincy Medical Center

Education & Medical Training

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island
Residency, Family Practice, 2005–2008

Boston University Medical Center
Fellowship, Geriatric Medicine, 2008–2010

State University of New York Upstate Medical University
Class of 2005

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Family Medicine
Certified in Family Medicine

American Board of Family Medicine
Certified in Geriatric Medicine

MA State Medical License
Active through 2013

Awards, Honors & Recognition

Physician Practice Connections Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2010

Physician Practice Connections Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2011

Physician Practice Connections Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2012

Physician Practice Connections Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2013

Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2010

Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2011

Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2012

Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition Program, National Committee for Quality Assurance
2013

Publications & Presentations

B7 family checkpoint regulators in immune regulation and disease.
Ceeraz, S.,Nowak, E. C.,Noelle, R. J.

A retinoic acid-dependent checkpoint in the development of CD4+ T cell-mediated immunity.
Pino-Lagos, K., Guo, Y., Brown, C., Alexander, M. P., Elgueta, R., Bennett, K. A., De Vries, V., Nowak, E., Blomhoff, R., Sockanathan, S., Chandraratna, R. A., Dmitrovsky, E., Noelle, R. J.

Retinoic acid can directly promote TGF-beta-mediated Foxp3(+) Treg cell conversion of naive T cells.
Mucida, D., Pino-Lagos, K., Kim, G., Nowak, E., Benson, M. J., Kronenberg, M., Noelle, R. J., Cheroutre, H.

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