Nicole B. Fleischmann
- NON-FACULTY MEDICAL STAFF Urology
B.A., University of Michigan
M.D., University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn
Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine
NYU School of Medicine
Female Urology and Voiding Dysfunction
- Nicole B. Fleischmann, M.D., has been appointed as Assistant Professor in Urology. Dr. Fleischmann comes to Mount Sinai after finishing her fellowship in Female Urology and Voiding Dysfunction at NYU School of Medicine. A native New Yorker, she received her medical degree from SUNY at Downstate and then completed her residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. Dr. Fleischmann specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction including prolapse and urinary incontinence, neurogenic and non-neurogenic voiding dysfunction in men and women. Her research and clinical interests focus on the etiology and treatment of incontinence and female bladder outlet obstruction.
Alpha Omega Alpha Society
American Medical Women's Association For Highest Academic Achievement
Walter B. Pillsbury Prize for most distinguished undergraduate research dissertation in Psychology
Pathology Honors Society
Highest Honors in Psychology
University of Michigan
Winner, Chief Residents' Debate
Winner, third place in Ferdinand C. Valentine Essay Contest
Suma cum Laude
State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn
1996 - 1997
Secretary and Treasurer AOA
Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation
University of Michigan
ResearchIncontinence, Clinical Research Evaluation of Female Bladder Outcome, Evaluation of Female Bladder Outlet Obstruction
Fleischmann N, Christ G, Sclafani T, Melman A. The effect of ovariectomy and long-term estrogen replacement on bladder structure and function in the rat. J Urology 2002 Sep; 168(3): 1265-1268.
Fleischmann N, Flisser AJ, Blaivas JG, Panagopoulos G. Sphincteric urinary incontinence: relationship of vesical leak point pressure, urethral hypermobility and severity of incontinence. J Urology 2003 Mar; 169(3): 999-1002.
Fleischmann N, Nitti VW. The Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Geriatric Incontinence. Issues in incontinence 2004 Spring/Summer;.
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Dr.Fleischmann is not currently required to report Industry relationships.
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