- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Radiology
American Board of Radiology
MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Internship, General Surgery
SUNY at Stony Brook School of Medicine
Mount Sinai Hospital
New York Presbyterian - Weill Cornell Medical Center
- Dr. Ronald M. Dreifuss is a board-certified radiologist with over 20 years of practice experience, currently serving as interventional radiology director at Mount Sinai St. Luke's. Dr. Dreifuss holds a teaching appointment as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and is Associate Fellowship Director for the Mount Sinai/St. Luke's Roosevelt Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program. Dr. Dreifuss completed his medical degree and residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, where he graduated with distinction for his extensive research work. He completed a fellowship in Interventional Radiology at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. Dr. Dreifuss has been recognized as a New York City Top Doctor by Castle-Connolly and has received the Patient Choice Award. Dr. Dreifuss serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.
Ho JM, Kahan J, Supariwala A, Silberzweig J, Kornberg R, Swistel D, Dreifuss R. Vascular stent fracture and migration to pulmonary artery during arteriovenous shunt thrombectomy. The journal of vascular access; 14(2).
Dreifuss RM, Silberzweig JE. Inadvertent central venous catheter removal: a fatal complication. Journal of vascular and interventional radiology : JVIR 2008 Dec; 19(12).
McGinnis MY, Mirth MC, Zebrowski AF, Dreifuss RM. Critical exposure time for androgen activation of male sexual behavior in rats. Physiology & behavior 1989 Aug; 46(2).
McGinnis MY, Dreifuss RM. Evidence for a role of testosterone-androgen receptor interactions in mediating masculine sexual behavior in male rats. Endocrinology 1989 Feb; 124(2).
Tartter PI, Driefuss RM, Malon AM, Heimann TM, Aufses AH. Relationship of postoperative septic complications and blood transfusions in patients with Crohn's disease. American journal of surgery 1988 Jan; 155(1).
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