Mount Sinai Health System Events Calendar

Events

Thursday, March 16

Brain Tumor Support Group

When confronting brain tumors, you are not alone. Just diagnosed? Already had treatment? Our support group is for people with brain tumors and those who...

5:30am
Virtual Event
Diabetes and Endocrinology Grand Rounds

Talk Title : Active Surveillance of Low Risk Thyroid Papillary Thyroid Cancer R. Michael Tuttle, MD Professor of Medicine Weill Cornell Medical...

March Colorectal Cancer Awareness Tabling

Come join us to learn about Colorectal Cancer and Colorectal Cancer Screening Questions? Contact us at mountsinaicoe@mountsinai.org

Neurodevelopment and disease  (Work in Progress)

The NDD-WIP is a seminar series for laboratories at Mount Sinai that study process of neural development, regeneration, and stem cells. Investigations...

Forest Hills Older Adult Center Breast Cancer

Join us at a joint event with Forest Hills Older Adult Center to learn about breast cancer and breast cancer screening guidelines. Questions? Contact us at...

CDRB Seminar Series With Laurie Steiner, MD

Laurie Steiner, MD Associate Professor of Pediatrics Vice Chair of Academic Affairs Department of Pediatrics University of Rochester Medical Center

12pm
Virtual Event
Environmental Epidemiology in the -omics era: Using Precision Environmental Health to Understand Environmental Determinants of Disease- Jesse Goodrich

Jesse Goodrich Dr. Jesse Goodrich is an assistant professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California. Dr. Goodrich...

12pm
Virtual Event
Friedman Brain Institute Special Brain Awareness Week Lecture

The Friedman Brain Institute presents a special Brain Awareness Week lecture featuring Jaime Grutzendler, MD, Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience,...

Friedman Brain Institute Special lecture – Dr. Jaime Grutzendler

The Friedman Brain Institute presents a special Brain Awareness Week lecture featuring Dr. Jaime Grutzendler, Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience,...

Hay Fever:  What is it and How to Prepare for it

Hay fever is an allergic reaction to things in our environment (pollens, dust mites, animals) that typically causes nasal congestion, sneezing, and itchy or...

1pm
Virtual Event
Institute for Critical Care Medicine Ground Rounds

Kara Melmed, MD Presents, "The contribution of health disparities to quality improvement efforts"

1pm
Virtual Event
Project Find - Colorectal Cancer

Join us at a joint event with Project Find to learn about colorectal cancer and colorectal cancer screening guidelines. Questions? Contact us at...

CABCT Seminar

Michael Kharas, PhD Professor, Department of Molecular Pharmacology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Title "RNA Binding Proteins Orchestrate RNA and...

Tai Chi

(This class is for patients with Parkinson's disease.) T'ai Chi is a simple, yet highly effective movement routine that brings up the body's vital energy and...

Thursday, March 16