List of NYU School of Medicine people
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This list includes deans, notable alumni and faculty of the New York University School of Medicine.
List of deans
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- John W. Draper, President of the Faculty (1850–1873)
- Alfred C. Post, President of the Faculty (1873–1877)
- Charles Inslee Pardee, Dean (1877–1897)
- Egbert Le Fevre, Acting Dean (1897–1898)
- Edward G. Janeway, Dean (1898–1905)
- Egbert Le Fevre, Dean (1905–1914)
- William H. Park, Acting Dean (1914–1915)
- Samuel A. Brown, Dean (1915–1932)
- John H. Wyckoff, Dean (1932–1937)
- Currier McEwen, Dean (1937–1955)
- Donal Sheehan, Acting Dean (1943–1954), Dean (1955–1960)
- S. Bernard Wortis, Dean (1960–1963)
- Saul J. Farber, Acting Dean (1963–1966)
- Lewis Thomas, Dean (1966–1969)
- Ivan L. Bennet Jr., Director-Dean (1970–1982)
- Saul J. Farber, Acting Dean (1979–1987), Dean (1987–1997)
- Noel L. Cohen, Interim Provost & Interim Dean (1997–1998)
- Robert M. Glickman, Dean (1998–2007)
- Robert I. Grossman, Dean (2007-)
- Arthur Agatston, Cardiologist, M.D., 1973, author of "The South Beach Diet"
- Michael Baden, Anatomic and forensic pathologist
- Baruj Benacerraf, Immunologist, Professor 1956-1968, 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
- Martin J. Blaser, Professor, M.D., 1973, established the Foundation for Bacteria
- Eric R. Braverman, researcher, author, and medical director of PATH Medical in New York City
- Richard A. Cash, global health researcher
- May Edward Chinn (1896–1980), first Black woman to graduate from Bellevue Hospital Medical College.
- James Cimino (1928-2010), Internal medicine and palliative care, co-Inventor of the Cimino fistula
- Sidney V. Haas, M.D., pioneer in celiac disease research
- Henry Drury Hatfield, M.D., 1904, United States Senate (1929–1935)
- William Howard Hay, 1891, Founded The East Aurora Sun and Diet Sanatorium
- Avram Hershko, Adjunct Professor 1998-, 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
- Arthur L. Jenkins, neurosurgeon and co-director of the Neurosurgical Spine Program at the Mount Sinai Hospital (Manhattan)
- Eric R. Kandel, Psychoanalyst, Psychiatrist, M.D. 1955, 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
- Augustus C. Kinney (1871), noted expert on tuberculosis at the turn of the 20th century
- Gerald Klerman, psychiatrist and researcher
- Andrew Caldwell Mailer, member of the Wisconsin State Senate from 1897 to 1901
- Valentino Mazzia (1922–1999), forensic anesthesiologist.
- Aaron E. Miller, neurologist, first Chairman of the Multiple Sclerosis section of the American Academy of Neurology
- Matthew Mirones, former member of the New York State Assembly
- Frank Netter, Medical artist and author, MD, 1931
- Severo Ochoa, Professor 1942-1974, 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
- Norman Orentreich MD, Dermatologist, father of modern hair transplantation, creator of Clinique, and the first president of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
- Walton T. Roth, psychiatrist researcher
- Albert Sabin, Medical researcher, M.D., 1931, developer of the oral vaccine for polio
- Jonas Salk, Medical researcher, M.D., 1938, discoverer of the Salk vaccine (the first polio vaccine)
- Lawrence G. Smith, vice president and physician-in-chief of the North Shore-LIJ Health System
- Stephen Smith, Physician, M.D., Founder, American Public Health Association
- William James Wanless MD (F.A.C.S.) 1889.
- Brian Weiss, psychiatrist, researcher
- Arthur Lewis Piper, medical missionary in the Belgian Congo
- Martin J. Blaser, Frederick H. King Professor of Internal Medicine, Chairman, Department of Medicine, and Professor of Microbiology
- Jason Walter Brown, neurologist and medical writer
- Matthew Chervenak, President and CEO of General Biologic company
- John Converse, Chief Plastic Surgeon
- Enrico Fazzini, D.O., Professor of Neurology and expert on Parkinson's disease
- Steven Flanagan, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
- William L. Goldberg, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Emergency Medicine, and published author
- Ruben Kuzniecky, Professor of Neurology
- Rodolfo Llinas, Professor of Physiology & Neuroscience
- Oliver Sacks, Professor of Neurology and author
- John E. Sarno, Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine
- Homer Smith (1895–1962), Professor and director of the Physiology Laboratories at NYU
- Davis, George. "A HEALING HAND IN HARLEM", The New York Times, April 22, 1979. Accessed June 3, 2010.
- "Dr. James Ernest Cimino, 1928 - 2010". Calvary Hospital
- Gupta, Nelly Edmundson. "A Milestone in Hemodialysis: James E. Cimino, MD, and the Development of the AV Fistula". Renal and Urology News. 
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- Severo, Richard. "Valentino Mazzia, 77, Student Of Deaths Under Anesthesia", The New York Times, March 21, 1999. Accessed October 21, 2009.