Mentoring is an essential component of faculty career development at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The School is committed to promoting mentorship by supporting departments and institutes in establishing ongoing mentoring programs that will address the totality of each faculty member's strengths, interests and aspirations in research, clinical care, education and leadership. Icahn School of Medicine works diligently to provide workshops, seminars, and resources from both inside and outside the institution that will help build a successful relationship and enhance departmental goals for mentoring.
"Your mentors will enlarge your dreams and nurture your passions. They will guide you:
To innovate; to push the envelope; to not be bound by tradition, when tradition is an obstacle; to make discoveries, once thought impossible, that will change the face of medicine.
To learn the art and science of becoming a truly great physician or scientist; to commit to addressing the needs of those who most need our care in our local community and around the world." Dean Charney
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Lakshmi A. Devi, PhD
Dean for Academic Development and Enrichment
Rod Aminian, MPH
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