Mount Sinai Hospital Associated Alumni oral history collection for the centennial history book project

Transcript of the interview with Jean Pakter, MD by Laurie Sammeth Campbell Recording of the interview with Jean Pakter, MD by Laurie Sammeth Campbell Recording of interview with Jeffrey S. Flier, MD by Laurie Sammeth Campbell Transcript of interview with Jeffrey S. Flier, MD by Laurie Sammeth Campbell

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Mount Sinai Hospital Associated Alumni oral history collection for the centennial history book project

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  • 1995 (Creation)

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11 oral history interviews

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(1896-2015)

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The Associated Alumni of The Mount Sinai Hospital was created in 1896. In March 1969 the group voted to admit graduates of the new Mount Sinai School of Medicine and so they changed their name to the Associated Alumni of The Mount Sinai Hospital and School of Medicine. This later became the Associated Alumni of The Mount Sinai Medical Center. The named was again changed in 1993 to the simpler Mount Sinai Alumni, Inc. The Alumni Board voted in October 2014 to dissolve the corporation, a move that was officially completed in April 2015. The Office of Alumni and Development was created in the Icahn School of Medicine to take over the function of the group. The name Mount Sinai Alumni Association is used in communications but is not a legal entity.

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Access to this material is available upon request. Please contact the Archives (MSArchives@mssm.edu) for more information.

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Please contact the Archives (MSArchives@mssm.edu) for information regarding copyright.

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