New York University School of Medicine

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New York University School of Medicine

The New York University School of Medicine (pronounced: New York University School of Medicine) is a prestigious medical school located in New York City, United States. It is part of the New York University (NYU) and is situated in the Manhattan borough.


The New York University School of Medicine was established in 1841, deriving its name from its parent institution, New York University. The term "School of Medicine" is a common designation for institutions that provide medical education.


The New York University School of Medicine offers a comprehensive range of programs, including Doctor of Medicine (MD), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), and dual degree programs. It is renowned for its rigorous curriculum, cutting-edge medical research, and commitment to patient care.

The school is affiliated with several major hospitals in the city, including the NYU Langone Medical Center, Bellevue Hospital, and the VA Medical Center. These affiliations provide students with a diverse range of clinical experiences.

Related Terms

  • Medical school: An educational institution that provides medical education. These schools offer degrees in medicine, surgery, and sometimes related fields.
  • Doctor of Medicine: A professional doctoral degree for physicians and surgeons.
  • Doctor of Philosophy: The highest university degree that is conferred after a course of study by universities in most English-speaking countries.
  • Medical research: The study of health and disease in the human body. It involves understanding human health and developing ways to improve health and cure diseases.
  • Patient care: The services rendered by members of the health profession and non-professionals under their supervision for the benefit of the patient.

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