Dr. Mark was born in June 10, 1951 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. He had his M.D., New York University School of Medicine New York, New York June 1977 Sc.B., Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, January 1973.He finished his internship in1977-1978 at University of Texas Southwestern Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, Texas and his residency as a Junior Assistant Resident, Internal Medicine University of Texas Southwestern Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, Texas 1978-1979 and a Chief Resident, Internal Medicine University of Texas Southwestern Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, Texas 1979-1980.Post-doctoral Fellow in Physiology in Cornell University Medical College, New York, 1982-1983.
He acquired many University Positions started as a teaching Assistant in Internal Medicine University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, then Instructor of Medicine followed by Assistant Professor of Medicine Cornell , Assistant Professor of Physiology , Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at , Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in Physiology and Biophysics, Professor of Clinical Medicine and Vice Chair for Educational Affairs Department of Medicine all at Cornell University Medical College. Currently he is the Associate Program Director;Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program;Weill Cornell Medical College – Rockefeller University – Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
During the period from 1980-1997 he was the Assistant Attending Physician at the New York Hospital, Associate Attending Physician at the New York Hospital, and the Program Director of Internal Medicine Residency at The New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center/The New and Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Medical College of Cornell University. From 1997 till on he is attending physician at the New York Hospital/ The New York and Presbyterian Hospital.
Dr. Mark has memberships in many Professional Societies including the Association of Professors of Medicine (Affiliate Member) ;Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine; American Autonomic Society; International Society of Hypertension; and American College of Physicians
He has around 30 publications an18 reviews and book chapters and aroud 40 abstracts He received many Honors and Awards as Senior List teaching award presented by the Weill Cornell Medical and “Best Doctors in America”. And J.J. Smith Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship and many others.
His Research and Scholarly Interests are Hypertension and related disorders, Autonomic insufficiency, Aortic dissection, Systemic Capillary Leak Syndrome, medical education.
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