The residents of the Mount Sinai Internal Medicine Program are truly what make our program shine. Our trainees come from all over representing many of the best medical schools throughout the United States and the world. Prior to residency, many have already become leaders in biotechnology, translational research, genomics, primary care and public health.
The Internal Medicine Residency Program at Mount Sinai is designed to foster a team approach to patient care and learning. An essential component of that is creating an environment of friendship, camaraderie and well-being among residents and between residents and faculty.
Recent classes included students that distinguished themselves in many impressive ways:
- An MD/PhD from Cornell and Rockefeller University who has developed and now leads the training and management systems for a new generation of community health workers in rural Africa as part of the Earth Institute Millennium Villages project.
- An MD/MBA from Cornell who created a small pharmaceutical start up to organize a clinical trial on a drug to prevent diabetic retinopathy
- An MD from Columbia who served as assistant producer and researcher for Dr. Mehmet Oz’s radio
- An MD from UNC Chapel Hill with the exceptional interest in serving underserved communities and a commitment to volunteerism including America Reads Counts Tutor and Nigerian Organization NUSA.
- An MD/PhD from NYU who wrote a doctoral thesis focused on V(D)J recombination a process important in T and B cell antigen diversity which has implications for the study of molecular immunology in the GI tract.
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