Daniel Ranti came to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai from Northwestern University where he majored in biomedical engineering. Prior to matriculating at Mount Sinai, Daniel worked in Cambridge, MA, as a healthcare consultant and data analyst for three years.
At Mount Sinai, Daniel joined the Patient Oriented Research Training and Leadership program (PORTAL), where he joined Dr. Amir Horowitz and Dr. John Sfakianos to research causes of treatment resistance in non-muscle invasive bladder cancer to immunotherapy. His research was funded by the PORTAL program and the New York Academy of Medicine, and was primarily focused on imaging techniques to provide spatial insights into tumor resistance. Daniel has published over 20 peer reviewed articles, and has had the opportunity to present his work to regional, national, and international audiences.
Daniel would like to thank his mentors, Dr. Sfakianos and Dr. Horowitz, his family, his partner, Sophie, and his dog Maggie.
Daniel will graduate with an MD / MSCR degree, and will continue his education at Columbia University.