Inside Mount Sinai

In this issue:

  • Scientists led by Eric J. Nestler, MD, PhD, have discovered a novel biochemical pathway that activates depression and promises to lead to a new avenue of research.   

  • Jupiter Medical Center and The Mount Sinai Hospital have announced a partnership that will bring Mount Sinai Heart and its enhanced services to South Florida.

  • The Tisch Cancer Institute has opened a new and expanded Infusion Center at Mount Sinai Queens—part of a $125 million hospital modernization plan—that provides the latest treatments in a comfortable and convenient location..

  • Sandra K. Masur, PhD, was recently honored by the American Society for Cell Biology with an award established in her name.

  • The Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute has instituted a new Kidney Coach program that helps patients with kidney failure find a living donor.

  • The Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center held its annual gala; and Mount Sinai hosted the Rollin’ Colon; and held a gathering to mark the lunar New Year, among other events.     

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