Mom Gives Baby Daughter the Gift of Life
April 2, 2012
In 2011, Jennilynne Barters and her husband faced not only the challenge of being separated due to his military service in Afghanistan, but the news that their infant daughter Ellieanna had biliary atresia, a rare, life-threatening liver condition. When an operation failed to correct the problems caused by biliary atresia, the Barters turned to Mount Sinai's Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute (RMTI). Mount Sinai's multidisciplinary transplant team is well-known for its expertise in the most advanced, state-of-the-art liver transplantation techniques. A series of screening tests at Mount Sinai determined that Jennilynne could donate a piece of her liver to her then seven month-old daughter. Using an advanced liver transplantation technique known as split-liver transplantation, RMTI's liver transplantation team successfully removed a small portion of Jennilynne's liver and implanted it in Ellieanna. Today, mother and daughter are both doing well. Here, Mount Sinai surgeons Dr. Sander Florman and Dr. Marcelo Facciuto and RN Transplant Coordinator Tara Keegan tell the story of Jennilynne's living donation and Ellieanna's good prognosis for a healthy life.
Whole Body PET/MR Imaging System
January 25, 2011
Dr. Zahi Fayad, Professor of Radiology and Medicine (Cardiology) and Director of the Translational and Molecular Imaging Institute, discusses a new positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance system.
A Better Heart Without Surgery - Stephanie's Story
January 4, 2012
Stephanie Diaz had a history of multiple cardiac surgeries, so in lieu of another open heart surgery, Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, recommended she see Barry Love, MD, who reconstructed her pulmonary valve in the catheterization lab.
Mount Sinai Joint Replacement Center and the LeFrak Center for Patient Education
December 27, 2011
An introduction to the Mount Sinai Joint Replacement Center and the LeFrak Center for Patient Education, as well as answers to some of the most frequently asked questions by joint replacement patients. Pre and postoperative issues are discussed, as well as the actual procedure performed. Patient experiences are also shared.
Learn About Confocal Microendoscopy
June 14, 2010
Dr. Sharmila Anandasabapathy, director of endoscopy at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, explains how a laser performs imaging of the very superficial lining of the esophagus and what patients can expect when having the procedure.
Patient Safety - Erin DuPree, MD
April 13, 2011
Dr. Erin DuPree has helped make Mount Sinai a national leader in developing unique programs that demonstrate a commitment to ensuring a high-quality, seamless experience for our patients.
Iona Siegel, Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program (SAVI)
April 12, 2011
Mount Sinai's SAVI Program has been addressing issues of sexual and domestic violence throughout New York City since 1984.
Research Frontiers - Rhoda Sperling, MD
April 12, 2011
Dr. Rhoda Sperling and her team of researchers at Mount Sinai are international leaders in the field of HIV infection and its impact on pregnancy.
Master of Public Health Program
February 1, 2011
The MPH Program equips our graduates with the tools to prevent disease, protect the environment, and promote good health in partnership with the populations they serve. In this video, our leadership, faculty and students share their experiences.
September 5, 2011
At the Martha Stewart Center for Living, Lewis Paleais of Cloud Chi Studios demonstrates ways to relieve physical aches and stress by stimulating certain pressure points on the body.
Full Version of Tai Chi Demonstration
September 14, 2011
Certified Taijijuan instructor Lewis Paleais demonstrates several movements from Tai Chi class he conducts at the Martha Stewart Center for Living.
Dr. Fred Lublin on MS
April 16, 2009
Fred Lublin, MD, Director of the Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center for MS, is interviewed on New York Nightly News (NBC) with Chuck Scarborough on the nature of multiple sclerosis.
Anchorman Uncovers Lung Cancer
June 28, 2011
Former New York newsman John Johnson quit smoking years ago. He had a CT scan as a precaution, and it led to a lung cancer diagnosis. Treated by Drs Flores and Henschke, he’s now cancer free.
Acid Violence in Cambodia
April 18, 2011
Dr. Ebrahim Elahi, an oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon, leads a team of physicians sponsored by the Virtue Foundation to provide aid to victims of acid violence in Cambodia.
Short Bowel Syndrome
February 29, 2012
Dr. Lauren Schwartz, a gastroenterologist and intestinal rehabilitation and transplant specialist, discusses a rare condition known as short bowel syndrome that affects about 40,000 Americans.
Living Donation: Kelly and Netfa
March 19, 2012
Kelly Belgrave, a kidney/pancreas transplant recipient, is now dialysis-free and no longer requires daily insulin injections, thanks to her fiancé and living donor Netfa Rickets.
A Life-Saving Transplant: Baby Ariz
March 29, 2012
Dr. Sander Florman talks about the life-saving liver transplant he and a team of specialists at Mount Sinai performed on Ariz Gadat when Ariz was less than a month old and weighed only seven pounds.
A Very Rare Transplant Saves Baby Anthony
March 30, 2012
RMTI surgeons tell the story of the very rare, high-risk type of liver transplant they successfully performed on Anthony Gallagher when he was eight months-old that saved his life.
An Example of the Importance of Early Detection
June 28, 2011
Leslie Kingon had a CT scan for seven years and found nothing, so he stopped going. Three years later, he reluctantly came back for a CT scan, which revealed a new small, nodule.
Match Day - A Success Story
March 28, 2012
Jared Thomas was a left-handed pitcher for the Seattle Mariners, drafted his junior year in college. As a bullpen pitcher he realized he'd be moving around a lot over the course of his career and wanted a more stable life.
U.S. News Rankings Summit
November 25, 2011
Icahn School of Medicine and U.S. News & World Report hosted an exclusive summit attended by prominent medical education experts to discuss the rankings process and methodology.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai-Serving Science and Society
November 4, 2011
One of the greatest contributions a medical school can make is to train students to be more selfless, more ethical, and more committed to both rigorous science and outstanding patient care.
Dean's Welcome Address to Incoming Students
December 1, 2011
In this welcome video, John H. Morrison, PhD, Dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, gives insights into what he learned during his tenure in graduate school. He passes on 10 tips to students coming into the Graduate School, providing keys for success within the school and beyond.
Valuing Diversity, Transforming Medicine
February 12, 2013
The Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs is committed to diversity in medicine by "growing our own," from educational pipeline programs to high school and college, through medical school and at the faculty level. This short film premiered at the CMCA First Annual Signature Event Gala.