United States, New York

Established in 1963, one of the leading and renowned medical schools of Manhattan city of New York is the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. This medical school is a private graduate school that was set up to provide quality education to the students and train them properly. The main motive is "commitment to serving science". Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is wholly dedicated to providing core knowledge in medicine. The curriculum programs are adequately designed, which ensures good learning outcomes. In the first two years of education, undergraduates have to study medical sciences and after that, they have to study clinical sciences for the rest of the years. The school offers postgraduate courses in multiple areas of study MD, MSW, MPH/DPH and so on. Icahn school of medicine at Mount Sinai was the first medical school to set a Department of Geriatrics.

Campus Life

The campus is located in the metropolitan city of New York, Manhattan. The campus building was designed by the famous architect I.M.Pei. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has four-blocked campus that has been shared with the Mount Sinai Hospital which provides treatment to the diverse culture people through exceptional care. The school was chartered by Mount Sinai Hospital and the main teaching arm is of Mount Sinai Health System that manages eight hospital campuses in the city. However, the school has Doctor Faculty Practice across five Boroughs as well as long island. The campus has a wide range of facilities to be provided for its students like a library as an information resource, dining facilities and much more. Besides this, the medical school comprises of many laboratories to carry out research on the different categories like cancer, infectious disease, neuroscience, aging and so on.

Noted Alumni

The graduates of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have secured a good name and fame in the world. Some of the scholarly people are Internationally recognized cancer biologist- Stuart A. Aaronson, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds- Michael Arthur, Novelist and short story author-Jacob Appel, Dean of Harvard Medical School- Jeffery Scott Flier and many more.