Mount Sinai Medical Center records

Recording of Hirschhorn, Kurt: "History of Human Genetics" Transcript of Hirschhorn, Kurt: "History of Human Genetics" Recording of Schaffner, Fenton: "History of Liver Disease" Transcript of Schaffner, Fenton: "History of Liver Disease" Recording of Wolf, Bernard: "History of Radiology" with comments by Drs. Kaunitz Transcript of Wolf, Bernard: "History of Radiology" with comments by Drs. Kaunitz Recording of Rosenfield, Richard: "History of transfusion of blood and blood products" Transcript of Rosenfield, Richard: "History of transfusion of blood and blood products" Recording Bloom, Samuel W.: "Medicine and Sociology-Revolutionary Implications" Transcript of Bloom, Samuel W.: "Medicine and Sociology-Revolutionary Implications" Recording of Lyons, Albert S.: "History of Thoracic Surgery at MS" Transcript of Lyons, Albert S.: "History of Thoracic Surgery at MS" Transcript of the dedication of the Levy Library Sound recording of the dedication of the Levy Library Sound recording of the memorial service for John Garlock Transcript of the memorial service for John Garlock Sound recording of the memorial service for George James, MD Transcript of the memorial service for George James, MD Sound recording of Dr. Edwin D. Kilbourne, "The Flu" Transcript of Dr. Edwin D. Kilbourne, "The Flu"
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Mount Sinai Medical Center records

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  • 1872 - 2019 (Creation)

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In 1963 The Mount Sinai Hospital received a charter from New York State for The Mount Sinai Hospital School of Medicine. This later became the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. The School opened to students in 1968. In 2013 the name of the School was changed to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Initially the Dean of the School of Medicine also served as the President of the newly formed Mount Sinai Medical Center. The first Dean was George James, MD, appointed in 1965. He died suddenly in 1972 and Hans Popper, MD, PhD served for one year until a new permanent President and Dean was found. This was Thomas C. Chalmers, MD.

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