A unique advantage of our training environment is the ability to take advantage of our affiliated organizations, creating the tri-institutional strength of combining three different world-class institutions: NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, The Hospital for Special Surgery, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Our residency is firmly tri-institutional, as is the Pain Medicine fellowship.
Our highly competitive Van Poznak Research Scholarship is a 6-year clinician-investigator training program that forms the core of our investigator development pipeline. To date, graduates of the Van Poznak have attained 100% success in obtaining funding through FAER or equivalent. Up to two Van Poznak Scholars can enter through a separate PGY-1 match.
The Global Health Initiative in the Department of Anesthesiology takes an innovative approach to global health and human rights education, research, and solution building.