Message from the Chair
Steven B. Abramson, MD
Chair, Department of Medicine
The Department of Medicine’s Internal Medicine Residency Program is one of the oldest and most distinguished medical training programs in the nation. With new momentum for change, the program’s leaders have transformed this historic program into a leading-edge educational model, enabling the department to better train young physicians for the demands of modern medicine.
Resident training unites all of our faculty across our three hospitals and our many faculty practices in the shared purpose of improving the experience and expertise of future generations of clinicians, scientists, and educators by improving graduate education. Our newly launched “4+2” inpatient/outpatient model for residency training affords residents the twin opportunity of caring for the widely diverse inpatient populations in the hospitals and of having a significant outpatient and specialty care experience as well. In implementing our vision, we are thinking of the long term.
Indeed, the most important mission of the department is the training of young clinicians and clinician investigators who will set standards of excellence for their communities and the nation.
Medical Student Programs
NYU School of Medicine's MD program trains physician-scientists through medical education, scientific research, and patient care.
Three residency programs provide physicians with the supervision and mentorship needed to solve complex clinical and human problems and acquire the skills necessary to practice medicine.
NYU Department of Medicine offers fellowship training in a broad range of clinical specialties through its divisions.
Master's and PhD Degree Programs
Graduate degree programs in clinical investigation, public health and other areas. Also, the NYU Sackler Institute offers a PhD program with interdisciplinary training in the basic medical sciences.
Continuing Medical Education
NYU School of Medicine's Continuing Medical Education Program offers access to continuing medical education courses, Podcasting, and grand rounds.
Hospitalist Scholars Program
Combines a 24-hour weekly clinical hospitalist role with a mentored research experience.
Grand Rounds for the Department of Medicine are presented regularly Wednesdays from 7:45 to 8:45 a.m.
Faculty members of the Department of Medicine
Seven named lectures are conducted each year within the venue of the weekly Medical Grand Rounds.