Student and Postdoc Resources

    Real Estate and Housing

    The residential portfolio of NYU Langone Medical Center offers housing options for students as well as eligible faculty and staff. Those eligible to apply for medical center housing include medical students, MD.-PhD. students, Sackler PhD. students, and full-time house staff, nurses, post-doctoral research fellows, and faculty. Due to limited housing inventory, students are given priority for receiving housing offers.

    Housing Contacts

    • General Housing Inquiries (housing applications, medical center leases/licenses, vacating or other procedures): 
    • Contact Housing Services at housing@nyumc.org; telephone, (212) 263 5025; Fax, (212) 263 7500; the Housing Services Office is at One Park Avenue, 10th floor. Open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, except holidays.
    • Property Management Issues: Once you are living in medical center housing, your building superintendent can advise you about reporting and resolving maintenance issues. For more information, contact Edward Berman, Edward.Berman@nyumc.org or Luis Rodriguez, Luis.Rodriguez@nyumc.org
    • Finance Issues: (rent accounts, payroll deductions, landlord reference letters, refunds, etc.): Contract Finance Operations at redf.finance@nyumc.org.
    • Off-campus Housing & Relocation Issues (suggested real estate broker, hotels, moving companies, NYC neighborhoods, schools, utilities, etc.): See the Off-Campus & Relocation Resources.

    A Guide to Living in NYU Langone Medical Center Housing

    Housing Map

    Click here to open a PDF of the map.

    Graduate Training in Neuroscience

    Our harmonized doctoral program provides students with access to resources and faculty associated with both the Neuroscience Institute at the NYU Langone Medical Center and the Center for Neural Science at Washington Square.

    The Sackler Institute at the NYU School of Medicine is a division of the Graduate School of the Arts and Science of New York University. Students can complete their thesis research in the laboratories of more than 180 NYUSoM faculty members who have appointments in basic science or clinical departments, as well as associated faculty located at the NYU main campus. 

    The Center for Neural Science is located on the Washington Square Campus. Resources for students enrolled in the Doctoral Program in Neural Science can be found here. Information about resources from the Graduate School of Arts and Science can be found here.

    NYU Medical Student Health Services

    The Medical Student Health Service is open Monday through Friday. The office is always staffed with a Nurse Practitioner. One hour a day, there is an internist available during the Doctor Clinic Hour. No appointment is needed.

    Medical Student Health is located at 334 East 25th St, Suite 103, between 1st and 2nd Avenues.

     

    General Office Hours*

    Monday 8:00am- 6:00pm
    Tuesday 8:00am- 6:00pm
    Wednesday 8:00am- 5:00pm
    Thursday 8:00am- 5:00pm
    Friday 8:00am- 4:00pm

     

     

     

     

     

    *Office hours are subject to change. Please call the office, (212) 263-5489, for questions regarding this week's schedule.

    Weekly Medicine Clinic Hours (Doctor's Hour)

    No appointment needed.

    Monday 8:15am- 9:15am Dr. Ho
    Tuesday 4:00pm- 5:00pm Dr. Ho
    Wednesday 1:30pm- 2:30pm Dr. Friedman
    Thursday 4:00pm- 5:00pm Dr. Ho
    Friday 1:00pm- 2:00pm  Dr. Friedman

     

     

     

     

     

    Counseling Services

    As full-time students in the Graduate School of Arts & Science, Sackler students are eligible to obtain counseling services free-of-charge* through Counseling and Behavioral Health Services (CBH) located on the Washington Square Campus.

    Call (212) 998-4780 to set up a 15-minute phone evaluation with a counselor, who will direct you to the most appropriate service.

    CBH Services

    • Short-term counseling
    • Group therapy self-improvement classes
    • Follow-up case management
    • Clinical assessments (walk-in)
    • 24/7 counseling/crisis response hotline (212-443-9999)
    • Psychiatric services and medication management including related laboratory tests

    *private insurance will be billed, limited to a maximum out-of-pocket expense of $20 per visit.

    Counseling and Behavioral Health Services
    Address: 726 Broadway, Suite 471
    Phone: 212-998-4780

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