Research & Publications
Dr. Burg is a clinical psychologist whose research concerns the contribution of stress and emotional factors to incident cardiovascular disease and prognosis, the pathophysiology underlying this risk, and the development and testing of behavioral interventions to mitigate this risk. His focus includes patients at risk for hypertension, and those with ischemic heart disease, cardiac arrhythmia, and congestive heart failure, and his work is funded by both the NIH and the Veterans Administration.
Education & Training
- Post-doctoral FellowDuke University School of Medicine (1986)
- PhDWest Virginia University (1984)
Honors & Recognition
|Excellence in Health Psychology Research Award||American Psychological Association||2022|