We have many programs for alumni who wish to support and get involved with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. For more information about any of the programs listed below, please email us at email@example.com or call 646-605-8717.
Host a Student
One way to reconnect and support the Icahn School of Medicine is to volunteer as a host for our fourth-year medical students as they travel for residency interviews around the country. Alumni volunteers can help offset the financial burden of such travel by providing students with free housing, meals, and transportation in the vicinity of their interview sites.
As hosts, alumni can see the caliber of students at the Icahn School of Medicine and help students engage with our alumni network. And you can offer the benefit of your own experiences by providing an insider's view of the medical profession, your specialty, and the area in which you live or practice.
If you would like to be a host, please fill out this form or call 646-605-8717.
To facilitate connection between students and alumni, the Office of Alumni and Development is developing an alumni mentoring program. Exceptional students are always eager to learn from those who came before them and alumni enjoy getting to know the next generation of Sinai physicians. If you are interested in serving as an alumni mentor, please fill out this form or call 646-605-8717.
We are always looking for passionate alumni to help us with our reunion programming. If you are excited about bringing classmates together to celebrate your time at Mount Sinai, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646-605-8717.
Host an Event
Mount Sinai alums can be found all over the world and we want to help you connect with them. If you are interested in hosting a regional event in your home or office, please contact us at email@example.com or call 646-605-8717.
Find a Doctor
The Find a Doctor program enables alumni to promote their private practices to other doctors and anyone seeking physicians who completed their training at Mount Sinai. We began this program in the southeastern area of Florida an plan to expand it to additional areas of the country where we have a significant alumni presence. To become part of this network, please contact the Office of Alumni and Development at 646-605-8717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs
The Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs (CMCA) is the diversity center of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. As an integrative entity, CMCA works to foster a diverse and inclusive learning environment. We aim to achieve this goal through our active involvement in four major areas within the School of Medicine: Curriculum, Student Affairs, Admissions, and Research. Specifically we support educational pipeline programs through our Center for Excellence in Youth Education, minority affairs, institution-wide diversity initiatives, academic and non-academic supports for medical and graduate students and other trainees, community engagement and service learning activities, and culture and medicine programs within the School of Medicine. CMCA is a part of the Office for Diversity and Inclusion of the Mount Sinai Health System.
For more information about the Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs, please visit our website or contact Dr. Ann-Gel Palermo, Associate Director, by email at email@example.com.
Since its inception in 2006, Global Health at Mount Sinai has been deeply committed to closing the unconscionable gap in global health. Over the last eight years, Global Health has partnered with communities across the globe to offer direct patient care, build local healthcare capacity through research and training, and promote human rights and advocacy. Now, as the newly launched Arnhold Global Health Institute, it aims to expand its research and impact by collaborating with international and domestic partners to save lives, transform lives, and bring about enduring social change.
The Arnhold Global Health Institute accomplishes its mission by:
- Producing the next generation of leaders in global health by inspiring and training medical students, public health students, residents and fellows in the discipline of global health, as well as training healthcare workers at global partner sites.
- Providing direct patient care to marginalized and underserved people around the globe.
- Identifying sustainable solutions to critical global health problems by conducting rigorous research.
- Advancing human dignity and social justice by promoting, protecting, and fulfilling human rights.
For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni and Development at 646-605-8717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women in Science and Medicine (WiSM)
Created in 2013, Women in Science and Medicine (WiSM) advocates for women, from students to faculty, by providing opportunities for mentoring, networking, support, and professional development. The mission of WiSM is to ensure that the concerns of women at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai are heard and addressed. WiSM was established under the Office of Women's Careers in an effort to reach every woman in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and in the larger Mount Sinai community.
For more information about joining WiSM, please contact Prof. Sandra Masur at email@example.com.