New York University School of Medicine
- New York
NYU School of Medicine, one of the nation's leading centers of advanced biomedical learning, spans a history of excellence of more than 160 years in the education and training of physicians, in patient care, and in scientific research. The School of Medicine's mission remains the same as was at its founding in 1841: "The pursuit and delivery of the highest quality patient care, medical training, and scientific research must be accomplished in a setting of excellence at the highest level of human achievement."
NYU School of Medicine includes the Post-Graduate Medical School, founded in 1948, the Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, the Sackler Graduate School in Biomedical Sciences, and the Center for AIDS research, which is one of 13 NIH/NIAMS-designated centers for AIDS research and which has one of the nation's largest programs of clinical trials evaluating drugs to treat both HIV infections and cancer.
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