David Muller

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David Muller, M.D.
Born (1964-04-18)April 18, 1964
Tel Aviv, Israel
Citizenship dual; Israeli and American
Fields medical education
Alma mater Johns Hopkins University, NYU
Known for Co-founder, Global Health Center, Visiting Doctors Program

David Muller, M.D., is Dean for Medical Education and the Marietta and Charles C. Morchand Chair in Medical Education at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City.[1] Additionally, Muller is Associate Professor of both Medicine and Medical Education, as well as senior advisor and co-founder (with Drs. Ramon Murphy and Philip J. Landrigan) of The Arnhold Global Health Institute, a division of The Mount Sinai Medical Center dedicated to finding evidence-based solutions to global health problems.[2][3]

In 1996, Muller co-founded the Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors Program, now the largest academic physician home visiting program in the country.[4][5][6]

Biography[edit]

Muller was born in 1964 in Tel Aviv, Israel. He received his BA from Johns Hopkins University in 1986 and his M.D. from the New York University School of Medicine in 1991. Postdoctoral training included an internship and residency in internal medicine at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, where he was Chief Resident from 1994 to 1995.

Muller joined the faculty at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 1993. In 2004, he was named associate professor of medicine; in 2005 he was named dean and associate professor of medical education. In September, 2005, he was named Chairman of the Department of Medical Education.

Muller’s Visiting Doctors Program was conceived in 2005 as a response to the concern that the demands of residency training were creating a breed of physicians who needed to be reminded that "patients are people, not biochemical analyses."[4] The program, the largest of its kind in the United States, services approximately 1,000 homebound elderly patients annually[7] and trains approximately 200 medical students, residents, and fellows annually in the provision of home care.[6]

Muller holds a dual citizenship in Israel and the United States.

Honors, awards and societies[edit]

Dr. Muller is a fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine, the Association of American Medical Colleges, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Physicians for a National Health Program, and member of the American College of Physicians. He is a national board member of Compassion & Choices,[8] and board member of the Susan and Norman Ember Family Foundation and the Atran Family Foundation.

Additional honors include:

  • Alpha Omega Alpha, inducted 1995
  • Casita Maria Community Builder Award, 2002
  • ACP/ASIM Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Foundation Award, 2002
  • Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Faculty Award, 2004
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society, 2004
  • Alexander Richman Commemorative Award for Humanism in Medicine, 2005
  • AAMC Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Service, 2009[6]
  • American Medical Association’s Pride in the Profession Award, 2009

Publications[edit]

  • Haglund M, aan het Rot M, Cooper N, Muller D, Southwick SM, Charney DS. Trauma and Resilience in the Third Year of Medical School: A Prospective Study of the Effects of Clinical Rotations on Student Well-being. Academic Medicine, February 2009; 84(2):258-68. PMID 19174682
  • Muller D. Trial by Fire. Annals of Internal Medicine, July 2008; 149:60. PMID 18591639
  • Muller D. GOMER. Health Aff (Millwood). 2007 May-Jun;26(3):831-5. PMID 17485763
  • Smith KL, Ornstein K, Soriano T, Muller D, Boal J. A multidisciplinary program for delivering primary care to the underserved urban homebound: looking back, moving forward. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2006 Aug;54(8):1283-9. Review. PMID 16914000
  • Muller D. Do NOT Resuscitate. Health Aff (Millwood). 2005 Sep-Oct;24(5):1317-22. PMID 16162579
  • Feigelson S, Muller D. Writing About Medicine: An exercise in reflection at Mount Sinai. Mount Sinai J of Med, September 2005; 72(5): 322-332. PMID 16184296
  • Rhodes R, Cohen D, Friedman E, Muller D. Professionalism in Medical Education. American Journal of Bioethics, Spring 2004; 4(2): 20-22. ISSN: 1526-5161 PMID 15186679
  • Smith L, Muller D, Feit E: Internal Medicine Subspecialty Training: Negative Impact of the Timing of the Application Process, Academic Medicine. 1997; 72(2):152-154.
  • Adler L, Sidlow R, Muller, D: Practicing Medicine Under the Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry, Mount Sinai J of Med.
  • Boal J, Muller D: The Role of Housecalls in Comprehensive Ambulatory Care, Ambulatory Outreach. Summer 1998: 4-5. PMID 10346595
  • Muller D, Boal J: Serving Patients Well Means Acknowledging and Supporting Their Home Caregivers, Oncology Times. Volume 22, Number 1. January 2000.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai – Faculty profile". Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  2. ^ "About the Global Health Center". Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  3. ^ "Global Health Center receives $1M grant". Psych Central. June 30, 2006. Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  4. ^ a b Randi Hutter Epstein (June 4, 2002). "House Calls: How Physicians Heal Themselves". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-02-07. [dead link]
  5. ^ "Frontline Interviews David Muller, M.D.". Frontline. PBS.org. December 20, 2005. Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  6. ^ a b c "2009 Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Service". Association of American Medical Colleges. Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  7. ^ Timothy Magaw. "A Doctor in the House". AARP. Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  8. ^ "Compassion & Choices". Retrieved 2010-02-07. 

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