Emmie I. Chen, MD
Fox Chase Cancer Center
333 Cottman Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19111
Dr. Chen is an assistant professor at FCCC who teaches Temple residents and medical students regarding psychiatric issues in cancer patients. She provides psychiatric evaluations, therapy and medication management for patients on both the outpatient and inpatient services.
Dr. Chen provides a unique opportunity for cancer patients to obtain mental health support in the setting of their cancer treatment, allowing close collaboration with the patient's treatment team, including their oncologists and surgeons.
Dr. Chen also helps provide support for family members of cancer patients who are affected by the cancer experience.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified in Psychiatry Diplomate;
American Board of Medical Specialties
Jefferson Medical College,
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Program, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
Psychiatry Residency Program
New York Medical College at Saint Vincent's Hospital Manhattan, New York, NY;
New York Medical College Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program, New York, NY
Chen E., Kunkel E.J.S., "Psychiatric aspects of breast cancer."
Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 26(3): 713-24, 2003.
Chen E., Kunkel E.J.S.
"Psychosocial concerns of women with gynecologic cancer."
Primary Care Update for Ob/Gyns (PCU). 9(4): 129-134, 2002.
Chen E., Kunkel E.J.S., Oncology, in Textbook of Women’s Mental Health.
Edited by Kornstein S.G. and Clayton A.H.
New York: Guilford Publications, pp. 369-389, 2002.
Chen E., Meyer B., Kunkel E.J.S., "Psychosocial concerns for patients with lung cancer."
Oncology Spectrums. 3(2): 127-130, 2001.
Serreze D.V., Bridgett M., Chapman H., Chen E., Richard S.D., and Leiter E.H.
"Subcongenic Analysis of the Idd13 Locus in NOD/Lt Mice: Evidence for
Several Susceptibility Genes Including a Possible Diabetogenic Role for ß2M."
The Journal of Immunology. 160(3): 1472-8, 1998.