Dr. Avidan Milevsky
Associate professor of psychology in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at Ariel University in Israel
Learn more about Dr. Avidan Milevsky
Dr. Milevsky, Ph.D. is an associate professor of psychology in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at Ariel University in Israel and a psychotherapist practicing in the US and Israel. His clinical research on mental-health has been featured in over 100 conference presentations, more than 40 papers, and 6 books.
Dr. Sivan Kinberg
Dr. Sean Liu
Infectious Disease Specialist & Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases, Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine, Medical Director of the COVID Trials Unit at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Dr. Ronit Friedman
Evidenced Based Evaluation and Management of relevant Women’s Health Topics in the Primary Care Setting:
- Updates in Breast Cancer Screening
Dr. Alan Siedlecki
Allergy and Immunology Specialist
What’s new in food allergy treatments?
The ins and outs of Allergy workups in the outpatient setting.
Gita Lisker, MD
Director, CROWN (Coronavirus Related Outpatient Work Navigators) Program, Northwell Health Director, Respiratory Care Unit, Long Island Jewish Medical Center Associate Professor of Medicine, Barbara and Donald Zucker School of Health at Hofstra/Northwell Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
Jeremy M. Steinberger, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and Orthopedics Director, Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Learn more about Jeremy M. Steinberger, MD
Jeremy M. Steinberger, MD is a neurosurgeon with expert skills in spinal neurosurgery. He has a clinical and academic interest in minimally invasive spine surgery, motion preservation surgery, pain management, robotic technology, and virtual and augmented reality.
A recognized leader and one of the premier surgeons in New York City in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery, Dr. Steinberger is well-known for his thoughtful approach to spine surgery and dedication to his patients. He is committed to motion-sparing surgery and minimally invasive spine surgery and collaborates with his patients to develop a plan to improve quality of life, reduce pain, and maximize recovery.
Dr. Steinberger has written numerous high impact spine research papers that have been published in scientific journals. He is a recognized winner for national scientific awards from the Society of Lateral Access Surgery in 2019, the Spine Summit in 2018, and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons in 2015, among others. Dr. Steinberger has won many awards including Mount Sinai Health System’s “Physician of the Year” award in 2014 for excellence in patient care and for developing strong collaborative partnerships with nursing staff and also won the AOA award for outstanding resident teaching at The Mount Sinai Hospital in 2013.