- US AA111.INT293.I001
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- US AA107
- 1946 - 2019-08-01
Arthur H. Aufses, Jr., MD Archives
- US AA111
- 2020-07-23 - 2020-10-02
Arthur H. Aufses, Jr., MD Archives
- US AA155.INT176
Dr. Barrett relates details of his early years, educational choices and his career as former Chief of the Pulmonary Division at at Saint Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center.
Barrett, C. Redington
- US AA111.INT357
Cathrine Solomon is a registered nurse who, at the time of the interview, works with the Multiple Myeloma Program at Mount Sinai Hospital, as a stem cell transplant coordinator. She discusses her personal experiences during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in spring 2020.
- US AA155.INT177
Dr. Mendes shares stories from her career as a vascular surgeon, mentioning her early years, educational and training choices, her clinical research on venous disease in African Americans, and her time at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center
Mendes, Donna M,
- US AA155.INT185
- August 29, 2017
In an interview with cardiologist Edward Dwyer, MD, he describes his attraction to medicine as a youngster after listening to a weekly science program on the radio; his decision to attend Columbia University on a baseball scholarship, and staying at Colombia for medical school (College of Physicians and Surgeons class of ’57); changes in science and medical practice between the 1950s and 1960s, and the merger between Roosevelt and St. Luke’s Hospitals in 1979, as well as other details of his medical career and life.
Dwyer, Edward M., 1936-
- US AA111.INT318
Ekta Patel is an associate in Population Health Operations within The Mount Sinai Health Partners group. She describes her experiences being redeployed to help with food donations, and then also transportation and other volunteer requests.
- US AA155.INT186
Dr. Ennio Gallozzi, an anesthesiologist who was born, raised, and trained in Rome, Italy, discusses his life, and how he came to study in the US and continue training at St. Luke’s as a resident in anesthesiology, eventually spending 44 years at the hospital. He mentions life growing up under Mussolini, and the devastation WWII wrought on Rome, and includes stories about colleagues and family life.
- US AA111.INT282
Interview with Erik Blutinger, an Emergency Medicine Department physician at Mount Sinai Queens Hospital in Astoria. Dr. Blutinger shares his experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- US AA111.INT291
Evan Clark, employed at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai discusses his experiences in New York City and Florida during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in spring 2020.”
- US AA155.INT179
Dr. Hassan Khouli is the Chief of the Critical Care Section at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s (now Mount Sinai Morningside) and Mount Sinai West, a Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and the Director for Center for Advanced Medical Simulation at Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke’s. In this interview, he discusses his childhood in Syria, and immigration to the U.S. circa 1998 to continue to study medicine and develop his skills through several fellowships, which eventually brought him to Mount Sinai St. Luke’s. He discusses the various stages of study and the development of his interest in critical care and simulation medicine, as well as working at St. Luke’s, and more personal topics such as his family and hobbies.
- US AA154.INT151a
- US AA111.INT284
- September 1, 2020
Interview with Julie Byrnes, a second year student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai as an MD/MPH student, so, both in the graduate as school and the medical school. Ms. Byrnes discusses her experiences as a student, and caring for a family member in Hospital during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in spring 2020.
- US AA155.INT184
Dr. Lawrence Scharer, a pulmonary specialist, discuss his life and career with Dr. Norma Braun. He describes his upbringing in the Bronx, his education at Columbia University and the College of Physicians and Surgeons and his career at Roosevelt Hospital (now Mount Sinai West). He also touches on his family life, and his time as a Captain in the Army Medical Corps, stationed in Seoul, S. Korea.
Scharer, Lawrence L.
- US AA111.INT334
- August 20, 2020
Mark Clarke is the unit secretary in the Nursing Department, on unit 630 at Mount Sinai Morningside. He relates his experiences working there during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in spring 2020.
Clarke, Mark A.
- US AA155.INT181
Nancy Mary Panella, served as the medical librarian at St. Luke’s Hospital Center from 1970 to 2010, when she moved into the position of Archivist for the historical collections (2010-2016). In this interview she discusses her background and fields of study leading to a Doctorate in Library Services, her coming to work at St Luke's Hospital and her feelings about the Hospital. She relays several stories about interacting with staff, and mentions the development of the library, and particularly the historical collections, and being honored with being the first non-MD to be welcomed in to the Alumni Society of St. Luke's Hospital, and having the periodical room named in her honor.
Braun, Norma M.T.
- US AA155.INT191
In part one of a two-part interview, Dr. Braun recounts her childhood in Shanghai, China during the third Japanese invasion, before the World War II. She describes her family's struggles to escape the war, her grandfather, who held various diplomatic roles for China and the Kuomintang, and her parents' meeting in the US (her mother is from Poland) and their lives after marriage.
Braun, Norma M.T.
- US AA096.S007.SS003.SS036.F002
Interview with Norman Zuckerman by Molly Seegers and Daniel Tarkington about working in the Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health.
- US AA111.INT281
Interview with the Rev. Dr. Rachelle Zazzu, who speaks of her experiences as the sole chaplain at Mount Sinai Queens, which saw an unprecedented and overwhelming surge in Covid-19 patients in the first months of the pandemic. Video recording and transcript attached.