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The Institute Holds Fifth Annual Research & Innovation Symposium

New York, NY (April 21, 2016) – The Institute’s annual Research & Innovation Symposium was held last night at The New York Academy of Medicine. This event allows Institute staff, of various disciplines, to share innovative research projects with colleagues, the community and Institute partners. It was an evening of discovery and recognition of the dedication, …read more

Dr. Perez-Stable tours the Family Health Center of Harlem with Institute president, Dr. Calman and Dr. Casey Crump.

Dr. Pérez-Stable, Director of the NIMHD, gets to know the Institute

Photo: Dr. Pérez-Stable tours the Family Health Center of Harlem with Institute president, Dr. Calman. This morning, Dr. Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable presented the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health’s April Grand Rounds. Dr. Pérez-Stable, the Director of the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), presented on reducing disparities in health …read more

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Institute doc Shares “Fresh Perspective” on Training and Providing Health Care in NYC

Dr. Margaux Lazarin, MPH, an alumni of our Mount Sinai Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Medicine and provider at Urban Horizons Family Health Center in the Bronx, recently penned a blog for the AAFP (American Academy of Family Physicians) blog, “Fresh Perspectives.” She shared her perspective and reflections on training and practicing in medically underserved communities in New York City. …read more

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Notes from the Field: Painting A Mural in Harlem

Dr. Christine Chang is a first-year resident in the Harlem Residency in Family Medicine program.  As part of their residency training, residents assist a local nonprofit. Dr. Chang and her fellow residents assisted in beautifying the waiting area at Violence Intervention Program (VIP). This past month, I had the wonderful opportunity to work with VIP (Violence Intervention Program), an organization that …read more

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Dr. Perez-Stable tours the Family Health Center of Harlem with Institute president, Dr. Calman and Dr. Casey Crump.

Dr. Pérez-Stable, Director of the NIMHD, gets to know the Institute

April 8, 2016

Photo: Dr. Pérez-Stable tours the Family Health Center of Harlem with Institute president, Dr. Calman. This morning, Dr. Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable presented the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health’s April Grand Rounds. Dr. Pérez-Stable, the Director of...

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Institute doc Shares “Fresh Perspective” on Training and Providing Health Care in NYC

April 6, 2016

Dr. Margaux Lazarin, MPH, an alumni of our Mount Sinai Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Medicine and provider at Urban Horizons Family Health Center in the Bronx, recently penned a blog for the AAFP (American Academy of Family...

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A Note of Gratitude on National Physicians Day

March 30, 2016

Dr. Robert Schiller is the Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs at the Institute.   “We don’t heal in isolation, but in community.”- S. Kelly Harrell Today is National Physician Appreciation Day.  Many of us...