Sharon Goldberg MD

Sharon Goldberg is an Integrative Internal Medicine physician with clinical expertise treating environmental illness, including microwave syndrome. She is one of a small but growing number of physicians to have completed Advanced Electromagnetic Radiation coursework with the Institute for Building Biology and has technical experience with electromagnetic field assessment and remediation.

Her background includes fifteen years as an academic hospital medicine physician and medical educator responsible for the training of medical students and resident physicians at teaching hospitals in New York City (Mount Sinai Hospital and Beth Israel Medical Center) and the University of Miami. Dr. Goldberg’s clinical interests include dietary, lifestyle and environmental modifications in complex chronic disease. She has co-authored publications in the fields of dietary supplementation, autonomic nervous system assessment, and nutritional epidemiology. Dr. Goldberg is an editorial board member of Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine.

Dr. Goldberg moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2018 where she is currently setting up a private practice. She is Voluntary Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.