New York University Langone Health

NYU Grossman School of Medicine is No. 2 in the nation for research on the 2022 U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate Schools” rankings.

We are proud to have trained as well as fostered the innovations of thousands of physicians and scientists who have helped shape the course of medical history. Our students, faculty, and staff have contributed to groundbreaking discoveries that have improved the health of people around the world. As an integral part of NYU Langone Health, we are committed to a trifold mission of patient care, medical education, and scientific research.

Our 29 academic departments include nationally and internationally recognized faculty in clinical and basic sciences. We strive to bring together the best and brightest to cultivate collaboration across disciplines, and to facilitate breakthroughs that address today’s biggest challenges in medicine.

We have a long history of excellence, beginning in 1841 when six eminent physician–scientists opened the medical college that would become NYU School of Medicine. In November 2019, the school was renamed NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Opens in a new tab to honor current dean and CEO Robert I. Grossman, MD. Opens in a new tab.

For more than 175 years, our pioneers in medicine defined the fundamentals of what is now our mission: to serve, to teach, and to discover.