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Mount Sinai Takes a Leadership Role in Marrying AI to Sleep Medicine News

Mount Sinai Takes a Leadership Role in Marrying AI to Sleep Medicine

Sleep laboratories and wearable devices generate torrents of data about patients' sleep, much of which is never analyzed.

Helping Facial Paralysis Patients Regain Their Natural Smiles News

Helping Facial Paralysis Patients Regain Their Natural Smiles

To help patients with facial paralysis, Mount Sinai’s Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery has developed a comprehensive facial paralysis management program.

Applying Novel Techniques to Preserve the Knee and Other Joints News

Applying Novel Techniques to Preserve the Knee and Other Joints

When it comes to knee repairs, Mount Sinai’s sports medicine surgeons have one goal: reduce or eliminate the need for joint replacement.

 

Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery | View More

Mount Sinai Renames Top-Ranked Heart Hospital to Honor Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, and His Cardiovascular Excellence News

Mount Sinai Renames Top-Ranked Heart Hospital to Honor Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, and His Cardiovascular Excellence

Mount Sinai Health System announced on 10/26/23 that “Mount Sinai Fuster Heart Hospital” is the new name for its top-ranked heart service, formerly known as Mount Sinai Heart.

Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, Presents New Analysis of Data from Phase 2 ENTRIGUE Trial of Pegozafermin in Patients with Severe Hypertriglyceridemia (SHTG) News

Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, Presents New Analysis of Data from Phase 2 ENTRIGUE Trial of Pegozafermin in Patients with Severe Hypertriglyceridemia (SHTG)

Post hoc analysis data demonstrated pegozafermin treatment significantly reduced triglycerides and other atherogenic lipids in patients with SHTG regardless of their background lipid-modifying therapy status.

TAVR Procedures at The Mount Sinai Hospital Win Highest Rating From STS/ACC Registry News

TAVR Procedures at The Mount Sinai Hospital Win Highest Rating From STS/ACC Registry

The Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at The Mount Sinai Hospital has received for the third consecutive year the highest three-star rating, one of the most rigorous and highly respected measures for evaluating the quality of transcatheter ...

The Mount Sinai Hospital Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Receives Highest Quality National Ratings News

The Mount Sinai Hospital Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Receives Highest Quality National Ratings

The department received the highest three-star ratings across all measurable categories in the STS Adult Cardiac Surgery Database, the national benchmark to assess excellence in cardiovascular surgery outcomes.

 

CTMS: Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery | View More

A Pioneering Approach to Gender Affirming Surgery from a World Leader in the Field News

A Pioneering Approach to Gender Affirming Surgery from a World Leader in the Field

For years, the main challenge associated with gender affirming surgery has been the ability to provide patients with genitalia that is not only fully functional but also aesthetically acceptable.

Advancing the Field of Gender Affirming Surgery Through Innovative Approaches News

Advancing the Field of Gender Affirming Surgery Through Innovative Approaches

Mount Sinai has established itself as a leader in gender affirming surgery and reconstruction of genitalia, thanks in part to the pioneering work of Miroslav Djordjevic, MD, PhD, a leading authority on surgery for transgender individuals.

Shedding Light on Headache Disorders in Transgender and Gender-Diverse Adults and Youth News

Shedding Light on Headache Disorders in Transgender and Gender-Diverse Adults and Youth

Learn about current best practices in the management of headache, and the latest research on the potential relationship between gender-affirming hormone therapy and headache.

Transgender Surgery at the Department of Urology at Mount Sinai with Miroslav Djordjevic MD, PhD Video

Transgender Surgery at the Department of Urology at Mount Sinai with Miroslav Djordjevic MD, PhD

Dr. Djordjevic of the Mount Sinai Department of Urology's transgender surgery program discusses a variety of feminizing genital surgery options for vaginoplasty and techniques for masculinizing genital surgery.

 

Dermatology | View More

"Spotlighting Alopecia” with Emma Guttman-Yassky, MD, PhD Video

"Spotlighting Alopecia” with Emma Guttman-Yassky, MD, PhD

"Spotlighting Alopecia” with Emma Guttman-Yassky, MD, PhD, featured an in depth discussion with Louis DePalo, MD, from the Health Center at Hudson Yards.

Mount Sinai Awarded Prestigious $1.3 Million Grant to Expand Research Training Program in Skin Biology News

Mount Sinai Awarded Prestigious $1.3 Million Grant to Expand Research Training Program in Skin Biology

The research training program in Systems Skin Biology will take a multidisciplinary approach in teaching scientists to holistically understand human physiology, health, and disease.

New Treatment for Moderate to Severe Atopic Dermatitis Shows Promising Long-Term Results News

New Treatment for Moderate to Severe Atopic Dermatitis Shows Promising Long-Term Results

Patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis who participated in a clinical trial of rocatinlimab—a novel, patient-tailored monoclonal antibody therapy—showed promising results both while taking the drug and up to 20 weeks after the therapy was stopped.

“Neuroimmune Regulation of Itch" presented by Brian S. Kim, MD, MTR, to the Anesthesiology Branch of the Chinese Geriatric Society 2022 Annual Meeting Video

“Neuroimmune Regulation of Itch" presented by Brian S. Kim, MD, MTR, to the Anesthesiology Branch of the Chinese Geriatric Society 2022 Annual Meeting

Brian S. Kim, MD, MTR, presented virtually as a keynote speaker, at the Anesthesiology Branch of Chinese Geriatric Society 2022 Annual Meeting, Tianjin, China. This popular presentation’s total online viewing clicks were more than 400,000 during the meeting.

 

Diabetes & Endocrinology | View More

Message From the Chief News

Message From the Chief

The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease continued to distinguish itself in patient care and research over the past year.

JDRF Recognizes Mount Sinai’s Contribution to Diabetes Research and Patient Care News

JDRF Recognizes Mount Sinai’s Contribution to Diabetes Research and Patient Care

Mount Sinai was honored by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at their annual Promise Ball for its type 1 diabetes research and patient care, with particular recognition of Carol J. Levy, MD, and Andrew F. Stewart, MD.

Diabetes May Accelerate Blood Cancer Growth, Yet Survival Outcomes Differ by Race News

Diabetes May Accelerate Blood Cancer Growth, Yet Survival Outcomes Differ by Race

A first-of-its-kind study unveils how diabetes drives multiple myeloma growth and differences in survival outcomes for Black versus white patients with both conditions

Endocrine, Diabetes and Bone Disease Specialty Report 2023 News

Endocrine, Diabetes and Bone Disease Specialty Report 2023

The Hilda and J. Lester Gabrilove Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is dedicated to advancing the understanding and treatment of diabetes, obesity, conditions affecting ...

 

Gastroenterology & GI Surgery | View More

Mount Sinai’s Interventional Endoscopy Team Underscores Its Support for Gender Equity News

Mount Sinai’s Interventional Endoscopy Team Underscores Its Support for Gender Equity

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are integral aspects of the academic and clinical work performed by the Mount Sinai Health System's endoscopy team. They are also critical to providing the best possible patient care.

Mount Sinai Helps Set the Standards For Hep B Screening and Vaccination Worldwide News

Mount Sinai Helps Set the Standards For Hep B Screening and Vaccination Worldwide

Mount Sinai Health System is leading the fight against hepatitis B, having launched a universal screening and vaccination campaign across New York City in the fall of 2022, while heading up the development of a bold new set of guidelines ...

The Different Face of Liver Cancer in Underserved Minority Populations News

The Different Face of Liver Cancer in Underserved Minority Populations

African Americans are less likely to have cirrhosis at the time of liver cancer diagnosis, but are more likely to have larger tumors.

Researchers Reveal the Risk of Liver Damage in WTC General Responders News

Researchers Reveal the Risk of Liver Damage in WTC General Responders

The odds of having moderate-to-severe hepatic steatosis, a component of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, are more than three times higher among World Trade Center first responders than in a comparison group of nonresponders, a new Mount Sinai study has shown.

 

Geriatrics | View More

Forty Years of Excellence: Mount Sinai’s Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine News

Forty Years of Excellence: Mount Sinai’s Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine

In 1982, Mount Sinai was the first hospital in the United States to establish a department of geriatrics under the leadership of Robert N. Butler, MD.

Exploring the Impact of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias on Patients and Caregivers Through Research News

Exploring the Impact of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias on Patients and Caregivers Through Research

As the number of people living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias rises, the impacts of this trend on this population and on caregivers remain understudied.

Mount Sinai Teams Co-Manage Geriatric Trauma as Part of a New Program to Enhance Care News

Mount Sinai Teams Co-Manage Geriatric Trauma as Part of a New Program to Enhance Care

Through an innovative program launched in October 2022 at Mount Sinai Morningside, older adults who have experienced physical trauma can expect comprehensive care that extends beyond simply caring for their injuries.

Leading Innovation in Geriatrics and Palliative Care for Veterans News

Leading Innovation in Geriatrics and Palliative Care for Veterans

In his newly announced role as the Director of the Geriatrics Research Education and Clinical Center at the Bronx VA and Vice Chair for Veterans Affairs in the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, William Hung, MD, ...

 

Interventional Radiology | View More

Mount Sinai Study finds Advanced Radiotherapy Offers Safe, Effective Treatment for Patients with Early-Stage Liver Cancer Video

Mount Sinai Study finds Advanced Radiotherapy Offers Safe, Effective Treatment for Patients with Early-Stage Liver Cancer

An advanced radiotherapy technique called radiation segmentectomy may be effective against very early to early-stage hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), a type of liver cancer that cannot be treated surgically or thermally.

Transradial Balloon Occlusion Prostate Artery Embolization for BPH at Mount Sinai Video

Transradial Balloon Occlusion Prostate Artery Embolization for BPH at Mount Sinai

Lower urinary tract symptoms had worsened in the months prior to the PAE

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization Video

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization

The benefits of preoperative embolization for treating meningiomas and other skull base tumors.

Prostatic Artery Embolization at Mount Sinai Video

Prostatic Artery Embolization at Mount Sinai

Watch a PAE on a 74-year-old with a 20-year history of BPH.

 

Monkeypox

Mpox News

Mpox

The mpox virus is rare. Over the last few months there has been an increase in cases among people who have not traveled to areas where mpox was considered more common.

Curious About the Monkeypox Vaccine? Here’s What You Need to Know News

Curious About the Monkeypox Vaccine? Here’s What You Need to Know

Richard Silvera, MD, MPH of Mount Sinai details important information about monkeypox vaccination.

Polio News

Polio

The New York State Department of Health has reported a case of paralytic polio in a young adult and the poliovirus has been found in the New York City sewer system.

 

Neurology & Neurosurgery | View More

Mount Sinai’s Anna Pace, MD, Discusses New Study on Migraine and Links to Discrimination in Sexual and Gender Minorities Video

Mount Sinai’s Anna Pace, MD, Discusses New Study on Migraine and Links to Discrimination in Sexual and Gender Minorities

Anna Pace, MD, discusses a new study that sought to describe migrainous headache frequency and severity and the relationship between trauma and discrimination in a sample of sexual and/or gender minority adults.

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization Video

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization

The benefits of preoperative embolization for treating meningiomas and other skull base tumors.

Fully Robotic, Minimally Invasive Anterior and Posterior Lumbar Fusion for Complex Spine Pathology News

Fully Robotic, Minimally Invasive Anterior and Posterior Lumbar Fusion for Complex Spine Pathology

A team of Mount Sinai surgeons, led by neurosurgeon Jeremy M. Steinberger, MD, Director of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery for the Department of Neurosurgery, presents the first reported case of a fully robotic anterior and posterior ...

The Benefits of Using DTI-Guided Focused Ultrasound for Tremor Control News

The Benefits of Using DTI-Guided Focused Ultrasound for Tremor Control

A Mount Sinai Health System neurosurgeon demonstrates how using patient-specific diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) tractography in combination with high-frequency focused ultrasound (HiFU) can improve safety and outcomes in certain patients.

 

Nuclear Medicine | View More

Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) featuring Munir Ghesani, MD, and Edward Wolin, MD Video

Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) featuring Munir Ghesani, MD, and Edward Wolin, MD

Learn more about advances in Nuclear Medicine and hear the amazing story of a patient treated at Mount Sinai’s Tisch Cancer Center.

Association of Sex, Reduced Myocardial Flow Reserve and Long-term Mortality Across Spectrum of Atherosclerotic Disease News

Association of Sex, Reduced Myocardial Flow Reserve and Long-term Mortality Across Spectrum of Atherosclerotic Disease

This large study of patients undergoing PET MPI demonstrated that although reduced MBFR was more prevalent in women compared with men, there were no sex-specific differences in the prognostic value of reduced MBFR.

Reclassification of Severe Ischemia on PET Versus SPECT MPI Using a Same-Patient Simultaneous Imaging Protocol News

Reclassification of Severe Ischemia on PET Versus SPECT MPI Using a Same-Patient Simultaneous Imaging Protocol

This study reviews the need for a separate risk threshold with PET and SPECT while selecting a high-risk population as the target for an intervention.

Prognostic Relationship Between Coronary Artery Calcium Score, Perfusion Defects, and Myocardial Blood Flow Reserve in Patients With Suspected Coronary Artery Disease News

Prognostic Relationship Between Coronary Artery Calcium Score, Perfusion Defects, and Myocardial Blood Flow Reserve in Patients With Suspected Coronary Artery Disease

Use of anatomic testing such as coronary artery calcium scoring (CACS) of 0 to avoid myocardial perfusion imaging in symptomatic patients could lead to missing microvascular dysfunction in 4 out of 10 patients, a finding associated with a high mortality risk.

 

Obstetrics & Gynecology | View More

Mount Sinai Appoints Michal A. Elovitz, MD, as Inaugural Dean for Women’s Health News

Mount Sinai Appoints Michal A. Elovitz, MD, as Inaugural Dean for Women’s Health

A renowned expert in maternal fetal medicine is joining Mount Sinai to establish the Institute of Female Biology and pursue understudied areas in women’s health research.

Neighborhoods Most Affected by Racism, Inequities, and COVID-19 Stressors at a Greater Risk for Preterm Births, Study Finds News

Neighborhoods Most Affected by Racism, Inequities, and COVID-19 Stressors at a Greater Risk for Preterm Births, Study Finds

Structural racism was associated with increased risk of COVID-19 infection and preterm births, in a study that is part of the Generation C project, following Mount Sinai participants through pregnancy and birth amid the pandemic.

Mount Sinai Receives $4.6 Million From The Pershing Square Foundation to Support Women’s Health Research and Careers for Women in Science News

Mount Sinai Receives $4.6 Million From The Pershing Square Foundation to Support Women’s Health Research and Careers for Women in Science

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has received a $4.6 million gift from The Pershing Square Foundation to support women’s health research and advance careers for female scientists.

Register Now! Mount Sinai Perinatal Loss Symposium In-person and virtual options News

Register Now! Mount Sinai Perinatal Loss Symposium In-person and virtual options

The Raquel and Jaime Gilinski Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science is offering a one-day hybrid event designed to provide information and tools on perinatal loss.

 

Occupational Medicine | View More

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health Video

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health

The Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health are widely recognized as leaders in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of workplace injuries and illnesses

Mount Sinai Experts Explain Medical Treatment Under Workers’ Compensation Video

Mount Sinai Experts Explain Medical Treatment Under Workers’ Compensation

At the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health, Workers' Compensation Coordinators are available to assist patients with filing New York State Workers' Compensation claims

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health: Mid-Hudson Valley Video

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health: Mid-Hudson Valley

The Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health are widely recognized as leaders in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of workplace injuries and illnesses

Referring Patients to the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health News

Referring Patients to the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health

Information on referring patients to the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health

 

Oncology | View More

Mount Sinai Launches Children’s Brain and Spinal Tumor Center News

Mount Sinai Launches Children’s Brain and Spinal Tumor Center

Mount Sinai's new Children’s Brain and Spinal Tumor Center will focus on innovative translational research, bridging basic science with the clinical care of children with brain and spinal tumors.

Mount Sinai Achieves Highest Rating From Society of Thoracic Surgeons for Ground-Breaking Esophagectomy Program News

Mount Sinai Achieves Highest Rating From Society of Thoracic Surgeons for Ground-Breaking Esophagectomy Program

The Mount Sinai Health System’s esophagectomy program has received a three-star (excellent performance) overall composite score from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS).

When Halting Myelofibrosis Progression Fails, Try Changing Its Course Instead News

When Halting Myelofibrosis Progression Fails, Try Changing Its Course Instead

The decades-long research efforts of a consortium, led by Mount Sinai researchers, to deplete myelofibrosis stem cells altogether—instead of merely stopping proliferation—has received renewed funding.

 

Ophthalmology | View More

Uncovering Glaucoma’s Vascular Link in People of African Descent Document

Uncovering Glaucoma’s Vascular Link in People of African Descent

Alon Harris, MS, PhD, FARVO, has committed 30 years of research to chipping away at the notion that intraocular pressure (IOP) is the predominant risk factor for openangle glaucoma (OAG), particularly in people of African descent.

Helping Low-Vision Patients Lead Independent Lives Document

Helping Low-Vision Patients Lead Independent Lives

For all their hard work to preserve and restore eyesight, ophthalmologists often reach the limits of what they can accomplish with standard treatment.

Ophthalmology Specialty Report 2023 News

Ophthalmology Specialty Report 2023

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) made significant strides in the fields of science and technology over the past year, particularly in the pursuit of cutting-edge approaches to early detection and treatment of diseases ...

Unraveling the Wound-Healing Magic of the Corneal Epithelium Document

Unraveling the Wound-Healing Magic of the Corneal Epithelium

The corneal epithelium plays an indispensable though little-understood role in marshaling armies of healing stem cells from the limbal rim to the protective surface of the eye in the event of an injury.

 

Orthopedics | View More

Merging Surgical and Nonsurgical Care in an Advanced New Spine Center News

Merging Surgical and Nonsurgical Care in an Advanced New Spine Center

The new Spine Center at Mount Sinai West provides patients with a suite of advanced therapies for the spine in a single location and a team of multidisciplinary specialists with both surgical and nonsurgical expertise.

Mount Sinai Marks 10th Year as Official Medical Services Provider to the US Open News

Mount Sinai Marks 10th Year as Official Medical Services Provider to the US Open

For a decade, Mount Sinai has served as the official medical services provider to the US Open Tennis Championships.

Applying Novel Techniques to Preserve the Knee and Other Joints News

Applying Novel Techniques to Preserve the Knee and Other Joints

When it comes to knee repairs, Mount Sinai’s sports medicine surgeons have one goal: reduce or eliminate the need for joint replacement.

Meet the Mount Sinai Physician Emboldening Women to Become Orthopedic Surgeons News

Meet the Mount Sinai Physician Emboldening Women to Become Orthopedic Surgeons

The misconception that men make better orthopedic surgeons has deterred many qualified women from entering the field. To change this, Mount Sinai is bringing female orthopedists into leadership roles, and recruiting and mentoring the next ...

 

Otolaryngology/ENT | View More

Reducing the Need for Adjuvant Chemoradiotherapy Among Patients With HPVOPSCC News

Reducing the Need for Adjuvant Chemoradiotherapy Among Patients With HPVOPSCC

The standard of care for human papillomavirus-associated oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma results in high cure rates; however, these therapies typically come with severe side effects.

The Mount Sinai Otolaryngology Surgical Video Series Symposium

The Mount Sinai Otolaryngology Surgical Video Series

The Mount Sinai Otolaryngology Surgical Video Series is a detailed, step-by-step instructional guide for surgeons and surgical trainees to learn standard approaches to ENT/Otolaryngology procedures.

Helping Facial Paralysis Patients Regain Their Natural Smiles News

Helping Facial Paralysis Patients Regain Their Natural Smiles

To help patients with facial paralysis, Mount Sinai’s Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery has developed a comprehensive facial paralysis management program.

Gaining Unique Insight Into Thyroid Cancer Among World Trade Center Survivors News

Gaining Unique Insight Into Thyroid Cancer Among World Trade Center Survivors

Maaike van Gerwen, MD, PhD is heading two novel studies that could lead to a better understanding of thyroid cancer among patients exposed to toxins during the World Trade Center (WTC) attacks.

 

Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital| View More

A Healthier Future for Every Child News

A Healthier Future for Every Child

We are pleased to present some highlights from 2022.

Single-cell RNA Sequencing Aims to Find New Cystic Fibrosis Treatments for Genetically Diverse Patients News

Single-cell RNA Sequencing Aims to Find New Cystic Fibrosis Treatments for Genetically Diverse Patients

A new Mount Sinai research program aims to map the developing pediatric airway from minimally invasive respiratory samples obtained during flexible bronchoscopy, with the goal of advancing cystic fibrosis therapeutics and enabling the ...

Mount Sinai Children's Health Specialty Report 2023 News

Mount Sinai Children's Health Specialty Report 2023

Mount Sinai delivers innovative care, research, and education that equitably advances health for children and families.

 

Psychiatry| View More

Introducing Mount Sinai-Behavioral Health Center: Integrating Mental Health, Substance Use, and Primary Care Services News

Introducing Mount Sinai-Behavioral Health Center: Integrating Mental Health, Substance Use, and Primary Care Services

In June, Mount Sinai launched a comprehensive, state-of-the-art destination for integrated mental health, substance use, and primary care, with a commitment to fostering breakthrough clinical research: the Mount Sinai-Behavioral Health Center.

PTSD in Veterans: Assessing the Potential of Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy News

PTSD in Veterans: Assessing the Potential of Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy

Rachel Yehuda, PhD, is exploring whether psychedelics can be a useful treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Her journey began with a study on 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA) in veterans and is expanding to investigate psilocybin.

Mount Sinai Study Shows That Human Beliefs About Drugs Could Have Dose-Dependent Effects on the Brain News

Mount Sinai Study Shows That Human Beliefs About Drugs Could Have Dose-Dependent Effects on the Brain

Mount Sinai researchers have shown for the first time that a person’s beliefs related to drugs can influence their own brain activity and behavioral responses in a way comparable to the dose-dependent effects of pharmacology.

Five-Year Study Tests New Paradigm in Family-Based Therapy for Anorexia News

Five-Year Study Tests New Paradigm in Family-Based Therapy for Anorexia

Targeting the disgust of food, rather than fear, in anorexia, a new study could change the treatment paradigm. Additionally, the study's team is ensuring that the trial is as inclusive as possible to help more youths by broadening the study inclusion criteria.

 

Pulmonology | View More

Asthma and COPD Expert Is Mount Sinai's New Chair of Medicine News

Asthma and COPD Expert Is Mount Sinai's New Chair of Medicine

Mount Sinai has named Monica Kraft, MD, as its new Chair of Medicine. She will now lead a department she has long collaborated with on research.

Mount Sinai's New Lung Transplantation Program Takes on Complex Cases News

Mount Sinai's New Lung Transplantation Program Takes on Complex Cases

Mount Sinai’s Scott Scheinin, MD, and Harish Seethamraju, MD, are establishing the End-Stage Lung Disease and Transplant Program as a leader in treating complex cases.

Mount Sinai Takes a Leadership Role in Marrying AI to Sleep Medicine News

Mount Sinai Takes a Leadership Role in Marrying AI to Sleep Medicine

Sleep laboratories and wearable devices generate torrents of data about patients' sleep, much of which is never analyzed.

Turning Pulmonary Fellows Into Masters of Ultrasonography News

Turning Pulmonary Fellows Into Masters of Ultrasonography

Ultrasound, especially at the bedside, has grown significantly in importance in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

 

Rehabilitation | View More

Minimally Invasive Technology Offers Paralyzed People Greater Function News

Minimally Invasive Technology Offers Paralyzed People Greater Function

For the first time in the United States, people with severe paralysis are receiving minimally invasive implants that allow them to communicate and perform computer-based tasks at home.

Brain Injury Research Center Director Aims to Answer the Big Questions News

Brain Injury Research Center Director Aims to Answer the Big Questions

Kristen Dams-O'Connor, PhD, as Director of the Brain Injury Research Center, is pushing the frontiers of traumatic brain injury research with innovative studies and programs, with the help of national grants.

People with Long COVID Have Distinct Hormonal and Immune Differences From Those Without This Condition News

People with Long COVID Have Distinct Hormonal and Immune Differences From Those Without This Condition

Long COVID patients have clear differences in immune and hormone function from patients without the condition, according to a new study led by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Yale School of Medicine.

Shedding Light on Head Trauma Outcomes for Women News

Shedding Light on Head Trauma Outcomes for Women

A new faculty member joins Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and will explore head trauma and brain injury among cisgender women and the transgender population, especially at the intersection with intimate partner violence.

 

Urology | View More

Harnessing Immunotherapy to Achieve Improved Outcomes for Patients With Prostate Cancer News

Harnessing Immunotherapy to Achieve Improved Outcomes for Patients With Prostate Cancer

Although there is considerable interest in using immunotherapy to combat and control prostate cancer, there has been little progress made in harnessing the potential of this approach.

The Mount Sinai Robert F. Smith Mobile Prostate Cancer Screening Unit Is Reaching Black Men in Their Communities News

The Mount Sinai Robert F. Smith Mobile Prostate Cancer Screening Unit Is Reaching Black Men in Their Communities

An innovative effort by the Milton and Carroll Petrie Department of Urology and Ash Tewari, MBBS, MCh, FRCS (Hon.), Professor and System Chair, to improve early detection of prostate cancer among at-risk populations in New York City...

Register Now for the Mount Sinai Urology Symposium Dec 8-10 in NYC News

Register Now for the Mount Sinai Urology Symposium Dec 8-10 in NYC

Join us for the Fifth International Prostate Cancer Symposium and World Congress of Urologic Oncology presented by Mount Sinai.

Expanding Preoperative Therapies to Kidney and Prostate Cancers: Bridging the Gap With Bladder Cancer Care News

Expanding Preoperative Therapies to Kidney and Prostate Cancers: Bridging the Gap With Bladder Cancer Care

While many bladder cancer patients have benefited from neoadjuvants, their application in prostate and kidney cancers is currently confined to clinical trials.

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