Caroline Beyer, ISMMS MD Candidate, Class of 2018, talks about her conflicting feelings surrounding wearing the white coat.
This is the story of four women who, only hours after finishing their first year of medical school, traveled west to seek knowledge, mentorship, and community at the 32nd Annual Women in Medicine Conference. Women in Medicine (WIM) is an organization started in 1984 as a medical education retreat for lesbian physicians, other sexual minority female physicians, medical students, their partners and their children. It is one of the longest standing LGBTQ medical organizations in the United States. (more…)
Mohammad Hissourou, Class of 2018, discusses the format of Structures, the first course in the ISMMS MD curriculum.
Mohammad Hissourou III, ISMMS Class of 2018, discusses the importance of physicians connecting with their patients.
Mohammad Hissourou III, ISMMS Class of 2018, talks about why he chose to attend Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Even when our schedules get very hectic, the majesty of Central Park – ever so close to Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai–provides me with a constant reminder of the joys and wonders of living in New York City.