Peter Cronholm, MD, MSCE is an Assistant Professor, recently completing a Faculty Development Fellowship and a Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Cronholm's time is divided between clinical, teaching, research and advocacy interests. His research interests have focused on health services regarding: 1) the primary care management of perpetration of intimate partner violence; 2) assessing psychosocial needs of families and patients with cancer; 3) screening for adolescent depression in the acute care setting; 4) pre-teen violence prevention initiatives; 5) assessing Philadelphia-area fathering providers’ practices regarding intimate partner violence; and 5) assessing the risk of neighborhood variables on firearm injury and health. He is an Adjunct Scholar at the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, a Senior Scholar at the Leonard Davis Center for Healthcare Economics and an Associate of the Firearm and Injury Center at Penn. Dr. Cronholm is the Director of Community Programs for the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. For this he coordinates and evaluates the didactic and experiential components of the community medicine curriculum for the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health residency program. Dr. Cronholm is also involved with the department’s pre-Doctoral division in teaching community medicine to medical students during their Family Medicine clerkship.