Office of Medical Education
NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s Office of Medical Education offers administrative assistance and resources to help students receive the highest-quality medical education available. Our services include annual medical curriculum evaluation and analysis, student assessment, and resources for faculty.
Letter from Our Dean
The role of the Office of Medical Education is to actively support NYU Grossman School of Medicine students in their educational endeavors at a time of remarkable change in the practice of medicine, technology, and research.
Our office works closely with faculty and administration to ensure that our students receive an unparalleled medical education. As a collaborative team, students and faculty learn and discover together. We are proud to produce graduates who approach the profession of medicine with skill, compassion, intellectual discipline, and professionalism.
The Office of Medical Education ensures that students receive a medical education with a strong foundation in the core principles of basic science, mechanisms of disease, and integrated clinical skills. NYU Grossman School of Medicine is excited to offer a patient-centered, disease-focused curriculum that enhances the intellectual link between the classroom and patient care.
All of us in the Office of Medical Education are pleased to support our students and faculty by cultivating a culture of scholarship, mentorship, professionalism, and humanism. We encourage you to learn more about our exciting curriculum, the clinical training sites available to our students, and the faculty who make it all possible.
Office of Medical Education Faculty and Staff
The faculty and administrative staff of NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s Office of Medical Education manage all aspects of the undergraduate medical curriculum, including curriculum development, implementation, and assessment.
Office of Medical Education Administration
Mel Rosenfeld, PhD
Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education
Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology
Molly E. Poag, MD
Assistant Dean of Medical Education in the Clinical Sciences
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Director of Medical Student Education, Department of Psychiatry
Michael A. Poles, MD, PhD
Assistant Dean of Medical Education for the Pre-Clinical Sciences
Program Director, Division of Gastroenterology
Gastrointestinal Section Chief, VA NY Harbor Healthcare System
Director, Educator Community
Associate Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Pathology
Kristi Tutela-Dane, JD, MBA
Office of Medical Education Team
Project Coordinator, Standardized Patient Recruitment and Training
Senior Project Coordinator, Integrated Clinical Skills, Practice of Medicine, Objective Structured Clinical Exams
Senior Project Coordinator, Lottery and Preclerkship Exams Administration
Project Coordinator, Clerkship Curriculum and Selective Evaluations
Project Coordinator, Preclerkship Curriculum, Credentialing and Interclerkship Intensives
Associate Research Technician, Living Anatomy
Senior Project Coordinator, Academic Calendar and Scheduling Administration
Research Technician, Living Anatomy
Project Coordinator, Practice of Medicine
Project Coordinator, Objective Structured Clinical Exams, Honors Program, and National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Grant Administration
Project Associate, Objective Structured Clinical Exams, Concentrations, and Three-Year MD Program
Project Associate, Practice of Medicine
For questions about the undergraduate medical curriculum, contact us at 212-263-0748. You can also fax us at 646-502-6826. We are located at 550 First Avenue on the ground floor of the Medical Science Building.