Jewish American Heritage Month - Dr. Sheldon Cherry
|Venue:||Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU|
From Maimonides to South Beach, American Jews in Medicine In Recognition of Jewish American Heritage Month 2017 Theme: American Jews in Medical Research
Lecture by Dr. Sheldon H. Cherry Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs; and Professor FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
Dr. Sheldon H. Cherry has built a national reputation as a clinician in the reproductive and women's health field and has published numerous papers in reproductive medicine. He was the recipient of an NIH Grant on amniotic fluid physiology, and was a pioneer in the field of intrauterine diagnosis and treatment. As Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, he taught at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine, in New York and belongs to the American College of Surgeons, and the New York Obstetrical Society. Dr. Cherry was the senior editor of "Complications of Pregnancy", a classic medical textbook in its fourth edition. Dr. Cherry is also the author of several lay books on woman's health. He is a frequent expert guest on various media including television, such as "Good Morning America" and the "Today Show". He has in the past been the monthly columnist for Parents Magazine on pregnancy and childbirth. He has been consistently named as a "Top Doctor In America" and named in "Who's Who In The World". Dr. Cherry was born in New York City and received his medical training at Columbia University.