Much of Dr. Anderson's previous activity involved managing the Social Medicine Curriculum for the Department of Family and Social Medicine. In
this position he helped organize the fall Orientation course (http://www.montepcsm.com/social-medicine-orientation-2015) and the spring Health Systems course for the program (http://www.montepcsm.com/health-systems-2015). Please visit the on-line journal Social Medicine (www.socialmedicine.info); published in Spanish as Medicina Social (www.medicinasocial.info). Dr. Anderson is proud to have published a bilingual journal in close collaboration with ALAMES, the Latin American Social Medicine Association. A small Arabic supplement is anticipated for 2016. To answer the question "What is Social Medicine?" please visit the Social Medicine Portal (www.socialmedicine.org). This is a very active blog presenting an alternative to corporate medicine. For a list of their Rounds, see www.socialmedicinerounds.org. Dr. Anderson's research activities can be seen in his list of publications. He sponsors a small number of students to do research at the Clinica Familiar Luis Angel Garcia, an AIDS specialty clinic in Guatemala City. Dr. Anderson maintains an active
clinical practice as a hospitalist, and when he can he volunteers to conduct medical evaluations and visits persons held in immigration detention facilities This is one of his favorite activities and AECOM students have been very received at the clinic.
Finally, Dr. Anderson does historical research on German Social Medicine from roughly 1880 to 1934.