The Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center honored the contributions of six individuals for their commitment to New York City’s young people at its 16th Annual Breakfast of Legends benefit at the Ziegfeld Ballroom on Thursday, November 14. The Center provides free, comprehensive, confidential health and wellness services to more than 12,000 young people annually and is renowned as a national leader in adolescent health research and training.
James Tisch, Co-Chairman, Boards of Trustees, Mount Sinai Health System, warmly welcomed guests. “Today in its 51st year, the Center remains true to its original vision and mission—the care of New York City’s adolescents and young adults.” Dennis Charney, MD, Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Dean, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and President for Academic Affairs, Mount Sinai Health System, added his welcome and emphasized the importance of innovation in teen health, sharing that the Center “always strives to be ahead of the next crisis by remaining nimble, flexible, ready to innovate.”
Three patients—shared how the Center has transformed their lives. One patient said, “Therapy gave me so many tools to live my life with a more positive and thoughtful outlook.” Another shared, “It is not just a health center, but a chance for a fulfilled life.” One of the patients also emphasized that at the Center, she “had the space and support I needed.”
See a list of the honorees, the digital ad journal, and photos and videos of the event here.
For more information about future or past Breakfast of Legends events, please contact the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center at 212.423.2900.
Out of an abundance of caution, due to concerns for community spread of COVID-19, the 8th Annual Dubin Breast Center Luncheon scheduled for May 19th has been canceled. This is part of our recently instituted temporary policy to cancel all in-person large group lectures, events, and meetings across the Mount Sinai Health System.
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The Dubin Breast Center is known for its cutting-edge research, offering truly holistic care and integrative services to anyone who walks through the door regardless of their ability to pay. We rely on the commitment and compassion of friends like you to generously support our annual benefit which is a critical factor in the success of the Center and has helped place us at the vanguard of breast health and cancer care.
As we plan a blowout celebration for our 10th anniversary gala in 2020, we decided to have our 2019 benefit in the comfort of your own home. We hope you will join us in supporting this year’s “2019 DBC Stay Home Gala.”
To make a contribution to the 2019 Stay Home Gala please visit giving.mountsinai.org/dubingala
For more information about future or past Dubin Breast Center Annual Benefits, please contact Allison Hagemann at 646-605-8776 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Out of an abundance of caution, due to concerns for community spread of COVID-19, the 2020 Jacobi Medallion Award Ceremony and Gold-Headed Cane Presentation scheduled for Thursday, March 12th will be canceled. This is part of our recently instituted temporary policy to cancel all in-person large group lectures, events, and meetings across the Mount Sinai Health System.
We are looking at rescheduling the event for a future date and will share more information as it becomes available.
In the interim, we'd like to congratulate our recipients for receiving this prestigious award. The Jacobi Medallion is one of the highest honors that the Mount Sinai Health System bestows upon current or former colleagues. The recipients have made exceptional contributions to the Icahn School of Medicine, the Health System, The Mount Sinai Alumni Association, or the fields of medicine or biomedicine. The presentation of the Gold-Headed Cane is the pinnacle to which a Mount Sinai physician may aspire. This award is rarely presented and only then to the physician who best represents the professional and personal traditions of Mount Sinai.
2020 JACOBI MEDALLION RECIPIENTS:
Joshua B. Bederson, MD
Nina Bhardwaj, MD, PhD
Douglas T. Dieterich, MD
Carol R. Horowitz, MD, MPH
Yasmin S. Meah, MD, MSH '01
Miriam Merad, MD, PhD
David G. Nicholas, MD, MBA, MSSM '77
Samuel Waxman, MD, MSH '66
GOLD-HEADED CANE RECIPIENT:
Michael L. Marin, MD, MSSM '84
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As our team continues to work around the clock to combat this pandemic, please know that your support is having a direct and meaningful impact on our efforts. Your belief in the importance and urgency of our work is greatly appreciated and encourages our heroic health care workers and our dedicated scientists who are putting their whole hearts into winning this battle. On behalf of all of them, thank you again. You may make a gift today by clicking here to help Mount Sinai save as many lives as possible.
Please enjoy the 2020 Mount Sinai Health System Crystal Party digital journal here.
Look forward to seeing you at the 36th Mount Sinai Health System Crystal Party on Thursday, May 6, 2021.
Questions, please contact Eileen Solomon, Senior Director of Special Events, at 646-605-8810 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center for Multiple Sclerosis at Mount Sinai is one of the most innovative MS centers in the country, taking a multidisciplinary approach to treating this devastating disease, and offering all aspects of patient care within a single location. With an experienced and dedicated staff of twenty-five professionals, the Center's reputation for excellence is world-renowned.
The 18th Annual Benefit will be held on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at the Plaza Hotel. To make a contribution to the 18th Annual Benefit please visit 18th Annual Multiple Sclerosis Benefit.
This year Meruka Hazari, MD and her husband, Vivek Hazari are the benefit co-chairs. The Clifford H. Goldsmith Award for Outstanding Service to the Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center for Multiple Sclerosis at Mount Sinai Recipient is Andrew M. Alper, Trustee, Mount Sinai Health System.
For more information about future or past Multiple Sclerosis Benefit events, please contact Eileen Solomon at 646.605.8801 or email@example.com
The Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program (SAVI) is dedicated to validating, healing and empowering survivors and their supporters to lead safe, healthy lives through advocacy, free and confidential counseling, and public education.
The annual benefit was held on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at LAVO, New York City. The event was chaired by Denise Berdebes, Vice Chair, Administration, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science. The honoree was Warren Leight of Law & Order: SVU Showrunner/Executive Producer. Warren Leight is an American playwright, screenwriter, film director and television producer. He has been showrunner and executive producer on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Lights Out, In Treatment, and is happy to return this year to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for its record-breaking 21st season. His play Side Man won the 1999 Tony Award for Best Play and was a finalist for the 1999 Pulitzer Prize Drama.
For more information about future or past SAVI Benefit events, please contact Eileen Solomon at 646-605-8801 or firstname.lastname@example.org