New York Medical College: Statistics

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#1010 of 14,131 In the World
#307 of 2,597 In North America
#276 of 2,496 In the United States
#23 of 221 In New York State
#109 of 1,109 For Cardiology
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Quick Review

Religion
Jewish
Acceptance rate
3%
Graduates
1,604
Male:Female Ratio
37:63
Control
Private
not-for-profit
Highest Degree
Doctor's degree
Website
nymc.edu

New York Medical College Acceptance rate and Admissions statistics

496 students enrolled in some distance education courses.

149 enrolled exclusively in distance education.

Enrollment by race or ethnicity

White 672 (42%)
Asian 310 (19%)
Hispanic 163 (10%)
Race or Ethnicity unknown 140 (9%)
Black or African American 135 (8%)
Nonresident Alien 129 (8%)
Two or more races 51 (3%)
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 3 (0.2%)

Costs per year: Tuition, Housing, Fees

Tuition and fees

Graduates
Tuition in-district $25,338
Tuition in-state $25,338
Tuition out-of-state $25,338
Fee in-district $462
Fee in-state $462
Fee out-of-state $462

Room and board price

Dormitory capacity 500
Room charge $10,632

New York Medical College Majors

Major Master's Doctoral
Medicine 211
Physical Therapy & Therapist 43
Health & Health Care Administration & Management 36 3
Speech-Language Pathology & Pathologist 38
Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other 28
Environmental Health 15
Biology & Biological Sciences, General 14
Microbiological Sciences and Immunology, Other 7 3
Epidemiology 7
Pre-Medicine & Pre-Medical Studies 5
Medical Microbiology and Bacteriology 3
Biochemistry 1 1
Pharmacology 2
Biostatistics 1
Ethics 1
Physiology, General 1
Grand Total 155 265

Publications & Citations

Publications
15,785
Citations
672,306

Publication / Citation count by topic

Medicine
10,543 / 436,598
Biology
5,229 / 289,370
Surgery
1,674 / 70,179
Chemistry
1,244 / 59,660
Oncology and Cancer research
1,175 / 64,144
Cardiology
1,170 / 55,035
Immunology
1,030 / 53,767
Biochemistry
1,021 / 53,315
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
999 / 48,439
Psychology
965 / 55,735
Molecular Biology
852 / 50,371
Pathology
848 / 53,603
Health Science
805 / 31,224
Anesthesiology
671 / 25,600
Computer Science
631 / 39,539
Demography
629 / 40,531
Anatomy and Physiology
558 / 40,235
Critical Care Nursing
557 / 14,733
Pharmacology
527 / 32,182
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
518 / 24,305
Pediatrics
493 / 15,960
Radiology and Nuclear medicine
438 / 9,208
Ophthalmology
379 / 8,816
Physics
363 / 12,895
Psychiatry
334 / 17,103
Virology
329 / 13,211
Radiation Therapy
308 / 13,589
Paramedicine and Emergency medicine
295 / 8,242
Neuroscience
285 / 29,056
Dermatology
263 / 5,942
Microbiology
259 / 17,021
Family medicine
249 / 7,874
Physical Therapy
220 / 8,936
Engineering
215 / 7,308
Public Health
211 / 19,045
Healthcare Management (MHA)
207 / 7,091
Genetics
188 / 10,200
Biophysics
186 / 10,308
Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN)
179 / 7,694
Bioinformatics and Computational biology
177 / 14,043

Annual publication & citation counts

Year Publications Citations
1991 314 4475
1992 309 4726
1993 299 5247
1994 286 5988
1995 259 6813
1996 273 7617
1997 302 8950
1998 328 10408
1999 360 12203
2000 395 13988
2001 354 15283
2002 421 17012
2003 393 18526
2004 460 20777
2005 488 23673
2006 488 25453
2007 508 26659
2008 544 29392
2009 550 30390
2010 504 31858
2011 542 34584
2012 566 37328
2013 638 39022
2014 636 39749
2015 653 40612
2016 703 38737
2017 775 39857
2018 668 36883
2019 749 40344
2020 882 46355
2021 939 50247

New York Medical College alumni

  1. Robert Jay Lifton

    Robert Jay Lifton
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1926-.. (age 96)
    Occupations
    psychiatristhistorianwriteruniversity teacherpeace activist
    Biography

    Robert Jay Lifton is an American psychiatrist and author, chiefly known for his studies of the psychological causes and effects of wars and political violence, and for his theory of thought reform. He was an early proponent of the techniques of psychohistory.

  2. Emily Stowe

    Emily Stowe
    Born in
    Canada Flag Canada
    Years
    1831-1903 (aged 72)
    Occupations
    teacherphysician
    Biography

    Emily Howard Stowe was a Canadian physician who was the first female physician to practise in Canada, the second licensed female physician in Canada and an activist for women's rights and suffrage. Stowe helped found the women's suffrage movement in Canada and campaigned for the country's first medical college for women.

  3. Jane Cooke Wright

    Jane Cooke Wright
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1919-2013 (aged 94)
    Enrolled in New York Medical College
    Studied in 1945
    Occupations
    oncologist
    Biography

    Jane Cooke Wright was a pioneering cancer researcher and surgeon noted for her contributions to chemotherapy. In particular, Wright is credited with developing the technique of using human tissue culture rather than laboratory mice to test the effects of potential drugs on cancer cells. She also pioneered the use of the drug methotrexate to treat breast cancer and skin cancer (mycosis fungoids).

  4. Helen Singer Kaplan

    Helen Singer Kaplan
    Born in
    Austria Flag Austria
    Years
    1929-1995 (aged 66)
    Occupations
    psychologistpsychiatristuniversity teacher
    Biography

    Helen Singer Kaplan was an Austrian-American sex therapist and the founder of the first clinic in the United States for sexual disorders established at a medical school. The New York Times described Kaplan as someone who was "considered a leader among scientific-oriented sex therapists. She was noted for her efforts to combine some of the insights and techniques of psychoanalysis with behavioral methods." She was also dubbed the "Sex Queen" because of her role as a pioneer in sex therapy during the sexual revolution in 1960s America, and because of her advocacy of the idea that people should enjoy sexual activity as much as possible, as opposed to seeing it as something dirty or harmful. The main purpose of her dissertation is to evaluate the psychosexual dysfunctions because these syndromes are among the most prevalent, worrying and distressing medical complaints of modern times.

General info

Alternative names NYMC
Founded 1860
Colors maroon, ochre
Academic Calendar August to June
Total FTE staff 884
Carnegie Classification Special Focus Four-Year: Medical Schools & Centers

Location and Contacts

Address Administration Building
Valhalla, New York, 10595
United States
City population 3,000
Phone 9145944000

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