Partners Healthcare - PHI Hosts Three-Day Intensive Course for Future Academic Clinician Educators
February 24, 2014
PHI, in collaboration with the Harvard Macy Institute, Boston Children's Hospital and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, recently hosted its first professional development program for postgraduate fellows and residents seeking to enhance their skills as future academic clinician-educators.
WABC News – Seven Things to Know about Frostbite
January 3, 2014
Dr. Adam Vella, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics and Medical Education at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, comments on the dangers of frostbite.
Applying to Medical School: The Fuss About Extracurricular Activities
October 13, 2013
Alexa Mieses, second-year medical student at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, provides a step-by-step admissions guide for anyone even thinking about pursuing medicine, but especially first-generation aspiring physicians.
The Wall Street Journal - NY Medical Schools Increase Enrollment
September 16, 2013
New York's 16 medical schools have enrolled 120 more students this fall than last year. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai enrolled 140 students out of more than 5,000 applicants.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Welcomes the Class of 2017 in its Annual White Coat Ceremony
September 12, 2013
The 140 students were selected from 5,468 applications to Mount Sinai, a significant increase in applications from previous years.
The Jerusalem Post - Overweight Among Israeli Kids Inching Towards US Rate
July 25, 2013
A new study by researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Clalit Health Services' Emek Medical Center in Afula has found childhood obesity rates here are nearing those in the US.
National Public Radio - Staying Healthy May Mean Learning to Love Our Microbiomes
July 22, 2013
Dr. Rosamond Rhodes discusses the expanding view of the microbiome is changing how some people think about humans, not as individual entities, but as a "supraorganism."
World Health Organization – July 2013
July 11, 2013
As a result of efforts from a team of Mount Sinai doctors and one Mount Sinai med student, risperidone, an anti-psychotic medication, has been added to the 18th World Health Organization Model List of Essential Medications.
GigaOm - Easing the End of Life: Startups That Are Helping People Make the Ultimate Decision
June 29, 2013
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai fourth-year medical student, Azalea Kim, is a co-founder of TrueNorth, a using technology to help patients think through and share their end of life decisions.
Princeton University HPA Vitals: FlexMed: An Innovative Medical Education Model
June 26, 2013
Princeton University's Health Professions Advising Newsletter, Vitals, profiles three students and how early their acceptance through HuMed shaped their time at Princeton.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Announce Academic Collaboration
May 22, 2013
Partnership will accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation in Biomedical Sciences.
Dr. Jeffrey Laitman receives honorary Doctor of Medical Science Degree from The Medical College of Wisconsin
May 17, 2013
Dr. Laitman received his honorary degree at MCW's 100th annual commencement exercises on Friday, May 17.
Academic Medicine - Medical School Admissions and the MCAT: A Modest Proposal
May 14, 2013
David Muller, MD, Dean and Chair of the Department of Medical Education at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai proposes changing how MCAT scores are reported.
The New Yorker - Every Disease on Earth; Elmhurst Hospital’s Medical Melting Pot
May 13, 2013
Elmhurst Hospital Center, in Elmhurst, the most diverse neighborhood in New York City and maybe in the world, serves 1.7 million patients a year, and offers translation services in a hundred and fifty-three languages.
Mount Sinai Honors Innovators in Scientific Research and Health Care Philanthropy at 2013 Commencement
May 10, 2013
Nobel Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman, PhD, delivers keynote address and receives honorary degree
The New England Journal of Medicine - Reforming Premedical Education — Out with the Old, In with the New
April 25, 2013
At Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, since 1987, humanities majors have been entering medical school here having neither undergone traditional premed science preparation nor taken the MCAT. According to a retrospective analysis, these students performed as well as their peers.
NY1 - Medical School At Mount Sinai Pays More Attention To Humanities
April 10, 2013
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is expanding a 25-year old program, recruiting from different undergraduate disciplines to eventually make up half of its class.
Mount Sinai Graduates Score Top Assignments in Nationwide Residency Match
March 20, 2013
In a celebratory tradition known as “Match Day,” Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai students matched to some of the nation’s most competitive residency programs.
National Public Radio – Matchmaker, Er, Match Week, Make Me a Doctor
March 15, 2013
Match week is the nail-biting time of year that haunts and tantalizes fourth-year medical students with dreams of residency programs.
The Chronicle of Higher Education - Mount Sinai Launches New FlexMed Program
February 28, 2013
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is introducing a flexible admissions program for half its incoming students, who will skip the Medical College Admission Test, forgo traditional premed requirements, and be accepted in their sophomore year in college, as long as they maintain a 3.5 grade-point average through senior year.
Inside Higher Ed - Med School Without the MCAT
February 28, 2013
In a major policy shift, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Wednesday announced that it will fill half of its entering class going forward by admitting college sophomores - three years before they would enroll in medical school - and will do so without requiring traditional pre-med course requirements and the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).
Mount Sinai Eliminates Traditional Pre-Med Requirements and the MCAT for Half of Admitted Students
February 27, 2013
Program Aims To Attract Sophomores In Fields As Diverse As Biophysics And Computer Science, To Global Health And The Arts
Noticias Mundo FOX – Latino Community Could Be The Healthiest
January 25, 2013
A recent study could spark debate again called Hispanic paradox. According to experts, Latinos have an average life of 81.2 years.
The New York Daily News – The Daily Checkup: Hurricane Sandy Heightens Threat Of Respiratory Illness In Children
December 19, 2012
For thousands of families affected by Hurricane Sandy, the long process of renovating and rebuilding is further complicated by the possibility of environmental contaminants in the home.
Huffington Post – Psychological First Aid: Mental Health Care After Hurricane Sandy
December 5, 2012
Craig Katz, MD, clinical associate professor of psychiatry and medical education at Mount Sinai School of Medicine co-wrote an article describing the efforts of medical students to provide relief to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
New York Amsterdam News – Cosmopolitan Review: Mount Sinai School of Medicine Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs, Signature Event 2012
November 22, 2012
Dedicated to the memory and legacy of Lloyd R. Sherman, EdD, the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs held its Signature Event 2012.
SINAInnovations Ignites Momentum For A New Era Of Innovation
November 20, 2012
1st SINAInnovations conference gathered more than 600 individuals and featured sessions that covered innovation in teaching, drug discovery, and commercialization.
The Anatomical Record – The Anatomy and Biology of Hearing and Balance: Cochlear and Vestibular Implants
November 15, 2012
The November 2012 issue of the renowned journal, The Anatomical Record, explores the frontiers of translational biology.
USA Today – Chance Of Surgery, Care Quality Vary By Region
October 30, 2012
A new report looks closely at 23 medical centers, including many of the top-rated hospitals for clinical excellence by U.S. News and World Report and other leading hospitals affiliated with universities.
National Public Radio – The Next Frontier For Elite Med Schools: Primary Care
September 23, 2012
Elite schools have long focused on training specialists and researchers, but with the federal health law's emphasis on primary care, some schools are looking harder at family medicine.
The Financial – Mount Sinai School of Medicine Aims to Revolutionize Medical School Program
September 17, 2012
First-year medical students at Mount Sinai School of Medicine will be the first in New York to be introduced to a digital-age ultrasound device that can visualize inside the body, and fit directly into the pockets of their brand new white coats.
The New York Post – Medicine, No Charge
August 16, 2012
Every Saturday, at a clinic on 102nd Street in East Harlem, a medical miracle is occurring – uninsured residents receiving free healthcare from a devoted cadre of Mount Sinai School of Medicine students.
The New York Daily News - Central Park Now a Danger Zone for Pedestrians as News Finds 16 Cyclists Breaking 25 Mph Limit on Their Speeding Road Bike
August 8, 2012
Central Park — once the city’s most pedestrian-friendly oasis — has become a danger zone where folks on foot have to dodge speeding bicyclists who treat roads like Olympic velodromes.
National Public Radio - The Elusive Giant Squid
June 20, 2012
Dr. Joy Reidenberg from Mount Sinai School of Medicine talks about one of the most elusive and mysterious creatures on earth, the giant squid.
US News and World Report – Pursue Alternative Routes to a Medical Education
June 4, 2012
The Humanities and Medicine Early Acceptance Program at Mount Sinai School of Medicine has trained premedical and medical students in a wide array of disciplines since its founding in 1987. The program embraces the influence of humanities, and other fields, in the practice of medicine.
National Public Radio - Mysterious Sensory Organ Found In Whale's Chin
May 23, 2012
A group of scientists discovered an organ that serves a crucial purpose and answers the longstanding mystery of how great whales, such as humpbacks and blues, drive their jaws so wide open and then snap them shut, while swimming at full speed.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Honors Leaders Who Challenge the Boundaries of Science at 2012 Commencement Ceremony
May 10, 2012
Brown University President Ruth J. Simmons, PhD, delivers keynote address and receives honorary degree.
Magic Johnson Joins Mount Sinai at Community Health Fair
April 16, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson partnered with Mount Sinai to host community health fair featuring free screenings, cooking demonstrations, prizes, and live music.
Mount Sinai Students Recognized for Social Justice Program in East Harlem
April 16, 2012
Mount Sinai students developed a program of community service and research to acquire the skills they need to pursue social justice work in their careers
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Awarded Reaccreditation
March 19, 2012
Mount Sinai was reaccredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the national authority on MD programs, for 8 more years.
The New York Times – From Inside Lions and Leviathans, Anatomist Builds a Following
February 6, 2012
Dr. Joy Reidenberg went to college at Cornell, hoping to become a vet or a medical illustrator. But she gave up those notions when she discovered that there were people who learned new things about anatomy for a living.
The Hour – Norwalk native appearing in PBS series "Inside Nature's Giants"
February 3, 2012
Dr. Joy Gaylinn Reidenberg, a comparative anatomist and professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, plays an integral part of a team of scientists featured in the PBS series, "Inside Nature's Giants."
The New York Times – Windows Into Big but Little-Understood Worlds
January 17, 2012
“Inside Nature’s Giants” features a team of experts who dissect a different large animal each episode. It consists of four people including Dr. Joy Reidenberg, a comparative anatomist from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. The four
The Journal News – Rye Scientist, TV Star Offers Look 'Inside Nature's Giants'
January 7, 2012
“Inside Nature’s Giants” features Dr. Joy Reidenberg and two other scientists traveling the world to look inside the biggest creatures on the planet.
ABC Nightline – Miracle Babies
December 27, 2011
Drs. Sigrid Hahn and Natasha Anandaraja have spent the past two years traveling with medical students from Mount Sinai School of Medicine to Mozambique where complications from childbirth kill one in 11 women.
U.S. News and World Report and Mount Sinai School of Medicine Present Exclusive Summit on U.S. News Medical School Rankings
November 7, 2011
Transcript Available Now, Video to be Available at WWW.USNEWS.COM
Mount Sinai School of Medicine and US News present Exclusive Summit on Medical School Rankings
October 28, 2011
Mount Sinai School of Medicine hosted a summit with US News and medical education experts and deans from across the US to address the methodology behind the US News medical school rankings.
Phillip Landrigan, MD, MSc, Appointed Dean for Global Health at Mount Sinai School of Medicine
April 15, 2010
Dr. Landrigan is an internationally recognized pediatrician, epidemiologist, and leader in public health and preventive medicine.
The Scientist Magazine Ranks Mount Sinai School of Medicine One of the Best Places to Work
October 29, 2009
Mount Sinai School of Medicine placed 15th overall on the magazine's 2009 ranking of the best places to work in U.S. academia, with teaching and mentoring included among the institution's strengths.
Yasmin Meah, MD, Honored with 2007 Humanism in Medicine Award
October 1, 2009
The East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership (EHHOP), a free clinic founded and run by Mount Sinai medical students, for all patients regardless of insurance status or ability to pay was able to cut through red tape and open its doors, thanks to Yasmin Meah, MD.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Significantly Improves Its U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools Rankings
April 24, 2009
Over the past four years, Mount Sinai has improved in the U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Graduate Schools" rankings more than any other school in the United States, jumping from 32nd to 22nd.
David Muller, MD, Dean for Medical Education, Receives National Award from American Medical Association Foundation
March 12, 2009
The AMA Foundation’s Pride in the Profession Award recognizes the contributions of physicians who work in underserved areas and sacrifice their time for volunteer and public service efforts.