SUNY Downstate Medical Center: Statistics

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#312 of 2,597 In North America
#281 of 2,496 In the United States
#25 of 221 In New York State
#10 of 92 In New York City
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Quick Review

Acceptance rate
14%
Undergraduates
187
Graduates
1,931
Male:Female Ratio
34:66
Control
Public
Highest Degree
Doctor's degree
Website
downstate.edu

SUNY Downstate Medical Center Acceptance rate and Admissions statistics

628 students enrolled in some distance education courses.

677 enrolled exclusively in distance education.

Enrollment by race or ethnicity

White 663 (31%)
Asian 521 (25%)
Black or African American 490 (23%)
Hispanic 242 (11%)
Race or Ethnicity unknown 148 (7%)
Two or more races 37 (2%)
Nonresident Alien 16 (0.8%)

Costs per year: Tuition, Housing, Fees

Tuition and fees

UndergraduatesGraduates
Tuition in-district $7,070$11,310
Tuition in-state $7,070$11,310
Tuition out-of-state $16,980$23,100
Fee in-district $668$650
Fee in-state $668$650
Fee out-of-state $668$650

Room and board price

Dormitory capacity 400
Room charge $9,410

SUNY Downstate Medical Center Majors

Major Bachelor's Master's Doctoral
Medicine 191
Registered Nursing & Registered Nurse 125
Family Practice Nurse & Nursing 53
Public Health, General 46 3
Physician Assistant 2 39
Occupational Therapy & Therapist 33
Medical Informatics 25
Women's Health Nurse & Nursing 22
Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other 21
Physical Therapy & Therapist 21
Nurse Midwife & Nursing Midwifery 9
Neuroscience 4
Molecular Biology 4
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering 2
Biochemistry 1
Grand Total 148 228 225

Publications & Citations

Publications
12,665
Citations
504,849

Publication / Citation count by topic

Medicine
8,805 / 353,387
Biology
3,569 / 186,689
Surgery
1,463 / 59,089
Psychology
1,348 / 60,174
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
1,108 / 61,674
Computer Science
901 / 37,255
Demography
841 / 57,434
Health Science
770 / 34,524
Immunology
760 / 38,769
Cardiology
757 / 32,676
Chemistry
669 / 33,223
Pathology
645 / 27,635
Oncology and Cancer research
590 / 15,010
Neuroscience
518 / 27,786
Anesthesiology
516 / 22,061
Critical Care Nursing
488 / 15,993
Radiology and Nuclear medicine
476 / 10,983
Biochemistry
467 / 25,647
Pediatrics
453 / 18,668
Anatomy and Physiology
392 / 35,818
Physics
380 / 35,993
Psychiatry
380 / 18,116
Molecular Biology
321 / 14,212
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
319 / 17,503
Dermatology
308 / 12,401
Physical Therapy
297 / 21,821
Genetics
286 / 17,341
Engineering
279 / 7,133
Family medicine
276 / 6,066
Pharmacology
273 / 13,299
Paramedicine and Emergency medicine
270 / 5,548
Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN)
255 / 9,622
Public Health
255 / 14,709
Gerontology
228 / 25,219
Clinical Psychology
215 / 9,553
Urology
206 / 6,010
Radiation Therapy
203 / 10,786
Healthcare Management (MHA)
201 / 4,820
Epidemiology
188 / 12,918
Virology
177 / 7,563

Annual publication & citation counts

Year Publications Citations
1991 60 4610
1992 75 4596
1993 65 4224
1994 74 4287
1995 77 4544
1996 115 4555
1997 100 5015
1998 83 5226
1999 94 5450
2000 113 5802
2001 190 6109
2002 212 6525
2003 245 7538
2004 310 8766
2005 329 11005
2006 400 13203
2007 409 14693
2008 471 16998
2009 486 18382
2010 521 19671
2011 551 22185
2012 605 25213
2013 621 27818
2014 593 31284
2015 660 32312
2016 684 32614
2017 782 33465
2018 810 30562
2019 870 33890
2020 993 39852
2021 926 46824

SUNY Downstate Medical Center alumni

  1. Gary Wright

    Gary Wright
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1943-.. (age 79)
    Occupations
    rock musiciansingersongwriterrecording artist
    Biography

    Gary Malcolm Wright is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and composer best known for his 1976 hit songs "Dream Weaver" and "Love Is Alive", and for his role in helping establish the synthesizer as a leading instrument in rock and pop music. Wright's breakthrough album, The Dream Weaver (1975), came after he had spent seven years in London as, alternately, a member of the British blues rock band Spooky Tooth and a solo artist on A&M Records. While in England, he played keyboards on former Beatle George Harrison's triple album All Things Must Pass (1970), so beginning a friendship that inspired the Indian religious themes and spirituality inherent in Wright's subsequent songwriting. His work since the late 1980s has embraced world music and the new age genre, although none of his post-1976 releases has matched the popularity of The Dream Weaver.

  2. Stanley Plotkin

    Stanley Plotkin
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1932-.. (age 90)
    Occupations
    physicianvirologist
    Biography

    Stanley Alan Plotkin is an American physician who works as a consultant to vaccine manufacturers, such as Sanofi Pasteur, as well as biotechnology firms, non-profits and governments. In the 1960s, he played a pivotal role in discovery of a vaccine against rubella virus while working at Wistar Institute in Philadelphia. Plotkin was a member of Wistar’s active research faculty from 1960 to 1991. Today, in addition to his emeritus appointment at Wistar, he is emeritus professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania. His book, Vaccines, is the standard reference on the subject. He is an editor with Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, which is published by the American Society for Microbiology in Washington, D.C.

  3. Robert F. Furchgott

    Robert F. Furchgott
    Awards
    Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1998
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1916-2009 (aged 93)
    Occupations
    biochemistphysicianpharmacistuniversity teacherchemist
    Biography

    Robert Francis Furchgott was a Nobel Prize-winning American biochemist who contributed to the discovery of nitric oxide as a transient cellular signal in mammalian systems.

  4. Ali S. Khan

    Ali S. Khan
    Occupations
    physician
    Biography

    Ali S. Khan is an American practicing physician and former Director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Since July 2014, he has served as Dean of the College of Public Health and Retired Assistant Surgeon General at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska.

General info

Alternative names SUNY Downstate
Downstate Medical Center
SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn
Founded 1860
Academic Calendar August to June
Total FTE staff 1,587
Carnegie Classification Special Focus Four-Year: Medical Schools & Centers

Location and Contacts

Address 450 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, New York, 11203-2098
United States
City population 8,399,000
Phone 7182702187
Fax +1 (718) 270 4092

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