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NYU School of Medicine Alumni Reunion

NYU School of Medicine Alumni Reunion

Come “home” with fellow NYU School of Medicine alumni for a weekend of activities and celebrations to mark Alumni Reunion 2019. We can’t wait to see you there! 

Our school and extraordinary alumni continue to make a tremendous impact on the field of medicine, and Reunion offers a special opportunity to catch up on the latest developments. Visit our vibrant campus, meet up with friends and other leaders in healthcare and science, and remember what makes you proud to be part of the NYU School of Medicine community. 

The weekend features a full slate of speakers and presentations with updates from across NYU Langone Health, including innovations in education. We kick off the festivities with a party in the breathtaking Science Building—part of our grand-scale campus transformation, and a crucial resource for our student body. We’re also offering small group tours of our new state-of-the-art inpatient facilities, the Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion and Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital—34th Street. Our signature Alumni Reunion Ball at the beautiful Wagner at the Battery hotel caps this unforgettable weekend. 

Join us to connect with classmates, mentors, and even a few of tomorrow’s alumni, as we celebrate shared accomplishments and envision the brightest possible future for NYU School of Medicine.

View a full schedule of events and activities


Yvonne W. Lui, MD
Marc M. Triola, MD

Hotel Accommodations
The Wagner at the Battery
Deadline has been extended for the discounted rate of $295. Please call 917-790-2439 to secure your reservation. After Wednesday, April 17, unreserved rooms will revert to posted rates and become available to the public.

View additional hotel options near campus.

Arnold and Marie Schwartz Health Care Center’s Indoor Garage
530 First Avenue at 30th Street
$32 for up to 10 hours


Alan F. Schatzberg ’68

Alan F. Schatzberg ’68

Kenneth T. Norris, Jr. Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford School of Medicine

The Solomon A. Berson Medical Alumni Achievement Award

Alan F. Schatzberg, MD, received his medical degree from NYU School of Medicine in 1968. He completed his psychiatric residency at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center and a clinical fellowship in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. After serving in the United States Air Force, he joined the staff at McLean Hospital and served in several leadership positions there. He became clinical director of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center and professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, while continuing his research program at McLean Hospital on the biology and treatment of depression. In 1991, Dr. Schatzberg became the Kenneth T. Norris, Jr. Professor and chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, where he served as chair until 2010. He now directs the Stanford Mood Disorders Center. Dr. Schatzberg has been an active investigator in the biology and psychopharmacology of depressive disorders. He has authored over 700 publications and abstracts, co-edited the Textbook of Psychopharmacology, and is co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Psychiatric Research. He has been president of the American Psychiatric Association (APA), the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP), and the Society of Biological Psychiatry (SOBP). He has been recognized with awards for excellence and leadership from the APA, ACNP, SOBP, Max Planck Psychiatric Institute, Brain and Behavior Foundation, Anna Monika Foundation, University of Pennsylvania, Weill Cornell Medical College, and more. Dr. Schatzberg has received three honorary doctorates and been elected to the National Academy of Medicine.

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John Inou Hwang ’12

John Inou Hwang ’12

Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine

Julia Zelmanovich Young Alumni Award

John Inou Hwang, MD, graduated cum laude as an Isidor Isaac Rabi Scholar from Columbia University in 2008. After receiving his MD from NYU School of Medicine in 2012, he stayed to complete his postgraduate training in internal medicine and was twice named Resident of the Year by his fellow trainees. Since joining NYU’s faculty in 2015, Dr. Hwang has served as a full-time attending physician on the inpatient medical service at Bellevue Hospital. He has earned recognition for his teaching, having been named Distinguished Teacher in the Clinical Sciences in 2017 and the internal medicine residency’s Teacher of the Year in 2018. Dr. Hwang’s major academic interests include free open-access medical education (FOAMed) and its use to explore clinical reasoning. He currently serves on the editorial board of the Human Diagnosis Project’s Global Morning Report, and is also a member of the CoreIM podcasting collaboration, working as a producer and writer for its case-based discussion series Hoofbeats.

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