dr. alan kadish
alan kadish, m.d. is president of the touro college and university system, the largest jewish-sponsored educational institution in the united states.
before succeeding as touro’s second president in march 2010, dr. kadish distinguished himself as a prominent cardiologist, dedicated teacher and researcher, and experienced administrator.
from the classroom to the boardroom
a graduate of the albert einstein college of medicine at yeshiva university, dr. kadish received postdoctoral training at the brigham and women’s hospital, an affiliate of harvard medical school, and at the hospital of the university of pennsylvania, where he was a fellow in cardiology. he is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, and cardiac electrophysiology.
prior to joining touro in 2009 as senior provost and chief operating officer, dr. kadish taught at the university of michigan and held a 19-year tenure at northwestern university. he served northwestern as the chester and deborah cooley professor of medicine, senior associate chief of the cardiology division, director of the cardiovascular clinical trials unit, and sat on the finance and investment committees of the northwestern clinical practice plan.
an accomplished and prolific research scientist as well, he has published over 250 peer-reviewed papers, received numerous grants, including from the national institutes of health and the national science foundation, and contributed to several textbooks.
dr. kadish is a past chair of the clinical cardiology program committee of the american heart association, and has been elected to prestigious scientific research and education societies including the american association of professors, the american society for clinical investigation, and the american society of physicians.
jewish values, global vision
as a deeply committed observant jew and a forward thinker, dr. kadish was a natural fit with to serve the educational needs of our varied constituencies .
he has helped touro expand its unique offerings for jewish and underserved communities while becoming a top-tier institution for the study of health sciences and medicine. our distinct —two colleges of pharmacy, four colleges of medicine, and graduate schools and programs in health sciences—serve increasingly large and dynamic student populations. as one of the largest healthcare educational systems in the us, dr. kadish has positioned touro to lead a new era in medicine.
in providing educational opportunities that are rigorous, accessible, and—perhaps most of all—relevant, dr. kadish keeps our vision clear and progressing ever forward. under his leadership, we continue to prepare a new generation of scholars, entrepreneurs, and leaders for the world ahead.
dr. kadish, who was born in brooklyn, raised in queens, and educated in yeshivas in new york, is married with four children.
from the president's bloggo to the blog
dr. kadish sat down to discuss the opioid epidemic with dr. lipi roy, md, an internal medicine doctor with expertise in addiction and nutrition. as a physician and public health advocate, dr. roy’s experiences were shaped by caring for patients in a range of diverse settings, from high-volume hospitals (duke medical center, massachusetts general hospital) to homeless shelters and jails (nyc rikers island).… continue reading the opioid epidemic: what’s next? an interview dr. lipi roy
coffee. tea. do they help or hurt us? dr. kadish concludes his conversation with dr. philip greenland. dr. kadish: a lot of people drink coffee or tea and there have been studies that looked at the positive or negative effects of those beverages on cardiovascular and other outcomes. can you summarize these for a recommendation to… continue reading for heart health, which diets really work? a conversation with dr. philip greenland – part ii
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