The Mindich Child Health and Development Institute
The Mindich Child Health and Development Institute is a translational research enterprise with the mission of advancing knowledge and therapies for diseases affecting infants, children, and adolescents. Led by Bruce D. Gelb, MD, the MCHDI provides an intellectually rich and supportive environment for fostering collaborative scientific investigation and Mount Sinai’s “bench to bedside” philosophy, as well as training the next generation of scientific leaders in pediatric medicine.
Physician-scientists and scientists at the MCHDI work in a multidisciplinary manner with researchers and physicians in various departments and institutes at Mount Sinai. Together, we strive toward the objectives of developing robust paradigms for understanding the effects of genetics and environment on the health of infants, children and adolescents, and personalizing pediatric medicine through genetics and genomics.Read More
Mount Sinai Researchers Identify Gene Mutations in Congenital Heart Disease
May 12, 2013 - Using high-throughput sequencing, an international research team including Mount Sinai discovers causes of severe congenital heart disease
Eric and Stacey Mindich Provide Transformational Gift to Advance Science for Children
March 19, 2013 - Newly-Named ‘Mindich Child Health and Development Institute’ is located within the Norma and Leon Hess Center for Science and Medicine.
Bruce D. Gelb, MD, Gogel Family Chair and Director of The Mindich Child Health and Development Institute, Director of the Center for Molecular Cardiology, and Professor of Pediatrics and Genetics & Genomic Sciences Read More
Bruce D. Gelb, MD
Director, The Mindich Child Health and Development Institute