Inside Mount Sinai

In this issue:

  • Surgeons led by Michael L. Marin, MD, were among the first in the nation to implant an investigational device as part of a clinical trial to treat aortic aneurysms in the thoracic/abdominal area.

  • Laurie Margolies, MD, led a new study that shows routine mammography may also be a useful tool to identify women at risk for heart disease.

  • Mount Sinai’s Health and Wellness program offers employees access to apps, nutritionists, diabetes educators, and exercise programs to help them achieve healthy lifestyles.

  • Kravis Children’s Hospital recently opened its newly constructed Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder Newborn Intensive Care Unit.

  • Volunteers at the Icahn School of Medicine and The Mount Sinai Hospital were honored for their significant contributions at a recent breakfast.

Around the Health System: Students enjoyed participating in the Icahn School of Medicine’s annual Dean’s Cup competition; The Spencer Cox Morningside HIV/AIDs clinic recently changed its name to the Morningside Clinic and moved into a completely relocated new space nearby; and Our Town newspaper recently gave David Thomas, MD, the 2016 OTTY Award for his service to the community.

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