“The Future Looks Bright”
A conversation with Dr. Freya Schnabel, director of breast surgery.
One step at a time, first-year medical students become physicians-in-training.
A treasury like no other, NYU Langone’s Tissue Bank preserves specimens in the hope of saving lives.
Sixty years later, a patient with scoliosis returns to HJD—and walks out a new woman.
With minimally invasive surgery, less is more.
For the Medical Center’s administrative fellows, learning the ropes is a hands-on experience.
The next time you call for the nurse on duty, don’t be surprised if a man answers.
Senior chief resident Dr. Louis Miller
For over a century, the white coat has been an emblem of medicine at its best.
Honors, Awards, and Appointments: Laura Ahlborn | Gerald DeSilva | Glenn Saxe | Anthony Shorris
A Mother and Child Reunion | “I’m So Glad You Called…” | US News & World Report Ranks Three of NYU Langone’s Programs among Top Ten Nationwide
For Those with Esophageal Cancer, the Cold Hard Facts Are Now Good News | Motley Zoo | On the Trail of an Infamous Killer: Malaria
The Fine Art of Caring | The DCIS Dilemma | “The Best Laboratory in the World”