Hospitalist Scholars Program

About the Program: 

The NYU Hospitalist Scholars Program combines a full time clinical instructor role with with a mentored research experience.  In this program, the hospitalists scholars work thirteen 12-13hr shifts per month, covering nights and weekend day resident services. There are also daytime shifts available when the coverage is needed. There are opportunities to pursue research and we help connect each person with a research mentor. This program is designed for those seeking either a one-year experience (often preparatory to fellowship) or a two-year experience leading to the Masters in Science degree (for those anticipating a research career).

This is an excellent job that allows the opportunity to work in a major academic medical center, pursue research, and teach residents & medical students. The majority of our hospitalist scholars go on to competitive fellowships. Furthermore, it pays a competitive salary, has a bonus pay at the end of the year, excellent benefits package, and ample CME money and time dedicated to CME.

Past Hospitalist Scholars:

Past Scholars and current placement:

Peter Koon  (Pulmonary/Crit Care - Mount Sinai )
Shyam Amin  (Cardiology -  Beth Israel Medical Center)
Matthew Light (Pulmonary/Crit Care - UCSD)
Elizabeth Park (Hospitalist)
Sruthi Reddy (Primary Care)
Vikram Sengupta (Hospitalist)
Kimberly Skrobarcek (Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer - CDC)



Bethany Doran (Cardiology fellow - Duke)
Nooshin Hosseini (Gastroenterology - U. Mass)
Becky Naoulou (Cardiology -  Beth Israel Medical Center)
Radu Postelnicu (Pulmonary/NYU - NYU)
Gabriel Schneider (Pulmonary/NYU - Mount Sinai)


Contact information:

To apply: Contact Katherine Hochman ( with an email expressing your interest in the program and attach a current CV