Dr. Danit Arad received her MD degree from Ben Gurion University of the Negev and completed her residency training at Montefiore Medical Center. She is currently a teaching hospitalist at the Division of Hospital Medicine, where she serves six months per year as a ward service attending and two months per year on the consult teaching service.
Dr. Arad has taught in Einstein’s Introduction to Clinical Medicine course, including The Patient Interview (first-year students), Physical Diagnosis (second-year students) and Clinical Case Conference (third-year students). She has taught weekly morning reports for fourth-year medical students. Further, she has mentored house staff in their presentations of vignette posters at SGIM meetings and has been a regular lecturer in Montefiore Ambulatory Care Rotations series for house staff.
Dr. Arad's research interests focus on innovations in medical education; in particular, the promotion of professionalism and humanity and the development of residents as teachers.
Dr. Arad is an assistant professor and the medicine subinternship Moses site leader.
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