Hillel T Grossman

Hillel T Grossman, MD



Alzheimer's Disease, Psychiatry

Dr. Hillel Grossman is Co-Director of the Clinical Research Core of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and Clinical Director of the Mount Sinai Memory and Aging Center. Dr. Grossman is a psychiatrist by training with a focus in geriatric neuropsychiatry and has been involved in designing and conducting clinical studies in Alzheimer's disease. His studies are both observational, e.g. what happens as Alzheimer's progresses and interventional e.g. clinical trials. At present he is the Principal Investigator or Co-Principal investigator on numerous studies of potential treatments or diagnostic tools for Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Grossman has received funding from the NIH, VA and foundations for his investigations of interaction between Alzheimer's and Type II diabetes mellitus and the potential use of a natural insulin sensitizer, NIC5-15, in Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Grossman has also conducted work in the relationship late life depression and cognitive performance in HIV-1 infection.


Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology


MD, University of Tennessee

Residency, Clinical Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Fellowship, Geriatric Neuropsych, Univeristy of Rochester

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