Dr. Mehta’s work in the city of Pune, which is a hub for academic excellence in India, will involve implementing geriatric palliative care education for interdisciplinary providers across various healthcare settings.
Dr. Sharaiha will oversee a newly expanded interventional group, as well as advanced endoscopy training at the NewYork-Presbyterian's Greenberg Pavilion and David H. Koch Center.
Building upon the division’s strong legacy in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Dr. Longman will oversee and expand clinical, research and educational activities at the JRC.
This award is bestowed by the Department of Nursing at NYP/WC in recognition of physicians who consistently practice with nursing and support staff in a collaborative, collegial, and respectful manner.
Dr. Silver received the award in recognition of his contributions to international integration of research in the field of leukemia.
Rooted in a long tradition of championing the rights of older patients, the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine has remained at the forefront of medical and social advances for more than 20 years.
This year’s group of interns include 24 women and 21 men who hail from a total of 30 different top tier medical schools including 6 from Weill Cornell Medical College.
The retreat unites medical ethics faculty and clinical ethics fellows from NYP and WCM with their counterparts at Houston Methodist Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine.
A premier investigator in the areas of translational and clinical drug development, Dr. Hidalgo has been at the helm of the early clinical development of more than 50 new anticancer agents.
The innate immune system is the body’s first line of defense against invading pathogens, but there has been a lack of information on what a “healthy” innate immune system looks like.