Prior to joining Mount Sinai’s Department of Surgery, Dr. Greenstein completed a fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery at the Oregon Health and Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. While pursuing his residency in General Surgery at the Mount Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Greenstein also completed a residency in General Preventative Medicine and attained a Masters in Public Health at The Mount Sinai Medical School. Dr. Greenstein graduated from Cornell Medical College Alpha Omega Alpha after completing his bachelor’s degree in Economics cum laude at Yale University.
Dr. Greenstein is certified by the American Board of Surgery. During his training, he has first or co-authored over 30 peer reviewed manuscripts and has presented his work at both regional and national surgical meetings. Additional research engagements include experiences at the National Institute of Mental Health, the Memorial Sloan Kettering Medical Center and the Brazilian Ministry of Health. He is a recipient of the David A. Dreiling Award for Scholarly Excellence from the Mount Sinai Department of Surgery.
His interests include minimally invasive gastrointestinal surgery, esophageal motility disorders and inflammatory bowel disease. Dr. Greenstein also has research interest in health policy, preventive medicine and the role of surgery within the public health sphere.
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