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nullCBS This Morning 
Eric Schadt appeared on CBS This Morning TV program to discuss ethical questions re: new gene editing technology applied in humans..
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nullDateline NBC 
Dr. Manisha Balwani on Dateline NBC discussing photosensitivity disorder erythropoietic protoporphyria.
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nullYahoo Tech 
Eric Schadt, PhD, discusses Apple's new ResearchKit and our Asthma App with David Pogue, a well-known technology journalist. 
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nullMount Sinai
Jose Clemente, PhD, discusses new research findings on the human microbiome,  the trillions of bacteria harbored in the body that are essential to our well-being.
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null AGBT Conference
John Martignetti, MD, PhD, presents a novel and efficient pipeline for "precision-based" circulating tumor DNA detection in cancer patients. 
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nullBloomberg TV
Eric Schadt, PhD, gave a live interview with Cory Johnson on BloombergTV to discuss the recent launch of Apple's new ResearchKit and our Asthma App. Watch Video

 

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Apple ResearchKit
Apple announced the launch of ResearchKit and Mount Sinai was one of 5 featured launch partners with our Asthma Health App. The video opens with Eric Schadt and includes glimpses of our Mount Sinai campus. Watch Video

 

 Mount Sinai
Brian Brown, PhD, and Matthew Evans, PhD, discuss their new research findings about the hepatitis C virus (HCV), including its response to targeted therapeutics and new insight about its potential role in cancer.  
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NBC Connecticut
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai opens a Biomedical Research Facility in Branford, CT. Watch Video

 

nullNational Institutes of Health (NIH)
Eric Schadt, PhD, delivered the annual Florence Mahoney Lecture on Aging titled "A multiscale biology approach for dissecting the complex processes underlying aging and aging related phenotypes". Watch Video

 

nullWorld Transplant Congress
Eric Schadt, PhD, delivered the State-of-the-Art Address at the WTC meeting and did an interview where he recapped the major points of his talk re: Predictive, Multiscale Models of Human Disease. Watch Video

 

nullCanada AM
Elissa Levin was interviewed by Canada's most watched morning show regarding our Resilience Project. Watch Video

 

nullMilken Global Conference
Joel Dudley, PhD, is featured on a panel discussion about "Big Data for Better Cures." Watch Video


nullCBS This Morning
Eric Schadt, PhD, and patient Stephanie Lee appeared to discuss how her case may change the way we treat Cancer. Watch Video

 

nullBloomberg TV
Joel Dudley and Andrew Kasarskis discuss how Mount Sinai is harnessing Big Data with supercomputer resources to better diagnose and treat disease. Watch Video
           

null Precision Medicine
At the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology, we are integrating the digital universe of information so that our medical care can be more precise, predictive, and preventative - helping our patients maintain optimal health and well-being throughout life. Watch Video

nullKatie Couric show, ABC 
Eric Schadt, PhD, was interviewed regarding research into Brooke Greenberg's  rare condition and implications to better understand the aging process. Watch Video


nullDr. Drew, CNN Headline News
Eric Schadt, PhD, interviewed about Brook Greenberg, a young woman who doesn't appear to age. Watch Video 



nullWhole Genome Sequencing and You
You might be considering getting your genome sequenced for clinical, research or personal reasons. This video was developed to help you understand a bit more about what whole genome sequencing is, and what it could mean for you. Watch Video

 

nullFetal Genetic Code Mapped
Eric Schadt, PhD, speaks about how the medical breakthrough can be used to diagnose genetic disorders. Watch CBS This Morning Video

 

 

nullEric Schadt at TEDMED 2011
Eric Schadt, PhD, at TEDMED 2011, discusses computers revolutionizing biomedical research. Watch Video

 

 

nullThe New Biology
Learn about cutting-edge technologies used to create predictive models of living systems. Watch Video