At the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS), we believe that innovation and diverse learning experiences are imperative to our success and the success of our students. By exposing you to a rich variety of training opportunities and perspectives, prepare you to meet the complex challenges of health care delivery, biomedical research, and advocacy. We have forged key academic partnerships to create an atmosphere of learning that attracts the widest possible diversity and talent to the field of medicine.
Partnerships for Excellence
Our collaboration with McKinsey and Company gives select ISMMS medical students the opportunity to develop the teamwork, skills, and credentials in business, finance, operations, and leadership that tomorrow’s health care leaders must have.
Students accepted into the MD program through a McKinsey & Company Partnership pathway will receive a first-class medical education combined with a comprehensive apprenticeship in the business of health care.
Our academic partnership with Google Life Sciences combines your medical education with advanced training from a company that is blazing trails and leading the field in life science breakthroughs.
With the introduction of this partnership, our MD and MD/PhD students now have an opportunity to apply for a two-year fellowship at Google Life Sciences (MD only) or do their entire thesis work at Google Life Sciences (for MD/PhD students).
Drawing from each other’s unique expertise in different areas,ISMMS has partnered with RPI to work collaboratively on a variety of educational activities, research projects and development of new diagnostic tools and treatments that promote human health.
ISMMS partners with Fordham University to offer students a joint Master of Public Health (MPH)–Master of Social Work (MSW) program. Fordham students may complete an MPH during their social work training, and apply for concurrent matriculation to ISMMS.
Union College, a small independent liberal arts college in Schenectady, New York, offers a graduate program in bioethics in partnership with ISMMS, for either a Master of Science or a Graduate Certificate in Bioethics. This program attracts physicians, attorneys, nurses, and academics currently working in health care, research, and policy, as well as post-baccalaureate students who want to expand their understanding of the field.