A headshot of Dylan Stein

Dylan Stein is a nurse practitioner working in pediatric hematology/oncology, stem cell transplant, and cellular therapy, and a certified pediatric hematology/oncology nurse. He holds a doctorate in Nursing Practice and Master of Science in Nursing from Columbia University and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College.

Prior to nursing, Dr. Stein had a private acupuncture practice in New York City. As a doctorly prepared nurse, Dr. Stein combines clinical practice with research and quality improvement projects. He has been a volunteer grassroots activist focusing on state and local politics for the last 15 years, which has informed his advocacy as a nurse working to affect change in food justice and public health.

As an adjunct professor, Dr. Stein will be teaching public health and preventive medicine informed by his experiences as an advocate, acupuncturist, and nurse to translate epidemiology, evidence-based practice, public and population health, and health promotion for PCHS doctoral students.

If you are interested in learning more about our public health education degree program, please visit the Pacific College of Health and Science’s public health education degree program page.

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