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 already are 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.
Our newest intern class, for example, has distinguished themselves in many impressive ways:
- An MD/PhD who was a postdoctoral fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center working on stem cell transplantation, who has published 13 peer-reviewed articles in leading hematology journals, two as first author, with two more first author publications submitted this year alone;
- An MD from Stanford who received a Medical Scholars Fellowship to study unique healing traditions in rural communities in Arizona and Utah;
- An MD from the University of Michigan who completed a two-year fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland in bioethics, health policy, and health care reform
- An MD/PhD from Yale whose graduate work focused on how the innate immune system is stimulated by cysteine protease allergens;
- One of our own MD/PhDs from Mount Sinai who investigated molecular mechanisms of hepatic fibrosis in Scott Friedman’s laboratory.
Our Current Resident Classes
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