Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Statistics

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#304 of 14,131 In the World
#133 of 2,597 In North America
#114 of 2,496 In the United States
#7 of 221 In New York State
#3 of 92 In New York City
#15 of 1,554 For Dermatology
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Acceptance rate
12%
Graduates
1,249
Male:Female Ratio
41:59
Control
Private
not-for-profit
Highest Degree
Doctor's degree
Website
icahn.mssm.edu

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Acceptance rate and admissions statistics

We've calculated the 12% acceptance rate for Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai based on the ratio of admissions to applications and other circumstantial enrollment data. Treat this information as a rough guide and not as a definitive measure of your chances of admission. Different programs may have significantly varying admissions rates.

15 students enrolled in some distance education courses.

Enrollment demographics by race or ethnicity

White 466 (37%)
Asian 272 (22%)
Nonresident Alien 147 (12%)
Hispanic 141 (11%)
Black or African American 118 (9%)
Race or Ethnicity unknown 71 (6%)
Two or more races 30 (2%)
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 1 (0.1%)
American Indian or Alaska Native 1 (0.1%)

Costs per year: Tuition, Housing, Fees

Tuition and fees

Graduates
Tuition in-district $29,866
Tuition in-state $29,866
Tuition out-of-state $29,866
Fee in-district $190
Fee in-state $190
Fee out-of-state $190

Room and board costs

Dormitory capacity 607
Room charge $9,725

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai majors

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has granted 130 master's across 7 programs and 186 doctorate degrees across 3 programs. Below is a table with majors that lead to degrees at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Major Master Doctoral
Medicine 146
Biomedical Sciences, General 25 38
Epidemiology 51
Medical Science & Scientist 25 2
Genetic Counseling & Counselor 11
Health & Health Care Administration & Management 10
Bioinformatics 4
Biostatistics 4
Grand Total 130 186

Publications & Citations

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is a world-class research university with 94,464 scientific papers published and 3,520,489 citations received. The research profile covers a range of fields, including Medicine, Biology, Genetics, Chemistry, Pathology, Biochemistry, Psychology, Computer Science, Surgery, and Psychiatry.

Publications
94,464
Citations
3,520,489

Publication / Citation count by topic

Medicine
83,562 / 3,101,850
Biology
74,557 / 3,112,330
Genetics
50,756 / 2,310,824
Chemistry
44,996 / 2,135,676
Pathology
44,252 / 1,809,617
Biochemistry
40,543 / 2,002,568
Psychology
37,830 / 1,384,836
Computer Science
33,876 / 1,429,385
Surgery
29,527 / 887,718
Psychiatry
29,428 / 1,057,432
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
27,605 / 946,133
Immunology
23,630 / 1,071,119
Engineering
18,710 / 647,993
Neuroscience
17,461 / 759,974
Radiology and Nuclear medicine
17,271 / 511,942
Physics
16,045 / 534,271
Oncology and Cancer research
15,728 / 611,537
Mathematics
15,326 / 528,071
Environmental Science
15,035 / 530,709
Statistics
14,838 / 517,247
Sociology
13,621 / 486,834
Public Health
11,661 / 468,882
Political Science
11,325 / 328,425
Organic Chemistry
11,201 / 494,063
Law
11,058 / 323,398
Cardiology
10,980 / 325,206
Demography
10,034 / 394,105
Bioinformatics and Computational biology
9,767 / 505,282
Anatomy and Physiology
8,979 / 288,242
Philosophy
8,146 / 257,631
Nursing
7,997 / 232,247
Pharmacology
7,866 / 311,230
Geology
7,488 / 261,144
Anesthesiology
6,996 / 200,650
Virology
6,919 / 318,716
Health Science
6,692 / 261,951
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
6,426 / 266,205
Family medicine
6,404 / 189,011
Critical Care Nursing
6,385 / 213,949
Paleontology
6,377 / 226,613

Annual publication & citation counts

Year Publications Citations
1990 541 8011
1991 587 8580
1992 588 10863
1993 598 9523
1994 560 10573
1995 611 11281
1996 702 12241
1997 731 14371
1998 786 16708
1999 909 19277
2000 1033 22948
2001 1080 26210
2002 1267 31246
2003 1302 35421
2004 1393 40242
2005 1389 46647
2006 1723 54440
2007 1788 61620
2008 2083 69105
2009 2291 78404
2010 2565 88256
2011 2575 101782
2012 2913 116316
2013 3237 127509
2014 3916 142657
2015 4051 158919
2016 4758 172218
2017 5307 198133
2018 5208 203337
2019 6165 240569
2020 7349 305939
2021 8604 416943
2022 7069 408023
Academic rankings

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai alumni

  1. Scott Gottlieb

    Scott Gottlieb
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1972-.. (age 51)
    Occupations
    international forum participantpoliticianphysician
    Biography

    Scott Gottlieb is an American physician and investor who served as the 23rd commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from May 2017 until April 2019. He is presently a senior fellow at the conservative think tank the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a partner at the venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates (NEA), a member of the board of directors of drug maker Pfizer, Inc, a member of the board of directors of Illumina, Inc., a contributor to the cable financial news network CNBC, and a frequent guest on the CBS News program Face the Nation. An elected member of the National Academy of Medicine, Gottlieb is the author of The New York Times best selling book Uncontrolled Spread on the COVID-19 pandemic and the national security vulnerabilities that it revealed.

  2. Balamurali Ambati

    Balamurali Ambati
    Born in
    India Flag India
    Years
    1977-.. (age 46)
    Occupations
    ophthalmologist
    Biography

    Balamurali Krishna "Bala" Ambati is an Indian-American ophthalmologist, educator, and researcher. On May 19, 1995, he entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's youngest doctor, at the age of 17 years, 294 days.

  3. Jacob M. Appel

    Jacob M. Appel
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1973-.. (age 50)
    Occupations
    medical writerwriternovelistphysicianpoet
    Biography

    Jacob M. Appel is an American author, poet, bioethicist, physician, lawyer and social critic. He is best known for his short stories, his work as a playwright, and his writing in the fields of reproductive ethics, organ donation, neuroethics, and euthanasia. Appel's novel The Man Who Wouldn't Stand Up won the Dundee International Book Prize in 2012. He is the director of Ethics Education in Psychiatry and an associate professor of psychiatry and medical education at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and he practices emergency psychiatry at the adjoining Mount Sinai Health System. Appel is the subject of the 2019 documentary film Jacob by director Jon Stahl.

  4. Vincent Racaniello

    Vincent Racaniello
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1953-.. (age 70)
    Enrolled in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
    Graduated with Doctor of Philosophy
    Occupations
    biologistuniversity teachermicrobiologistvirologistimmunologist
    Biography

    Vincent R. Racaniello is a Higgins Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is a co-author of a textbook on virology, Principles of Virology.

All 15 notable alumni

General info

Alternative names ISMMS
Founded 1963
Academic calendar Semesters
Total FTE staff 11,732
Carnegie classification Special Focus Four-Year: Medical Schools & Centers

Location and contacts

Address One Gustave L Levy Place, Box 1217
New York, New York, 10029-6574
United States
City population 8,804,000
Phone 2122416500

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