Danielle Chaluts

About Me
Danielle Chaluts
Meet 2024 Award Recipient

Danielle Chaluts

Danielle came to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai from Muhlenberg College, where she majored in Neuroscience and Film Photography. Before attending Icahn, Danielle served as a combat medic in the Israeli Defense Forces where she volunteered at refugee hospitals. She entered the MD program in 2020.

While at Icahn, Danielle was the founder of the Association of Woman Surgeons, an organization dedicated to empowering and engaging aspiring women surgeons. She pioneered the Introduction to Psychedelic Medicine course and she conducted research with the Department of Neurosurgery on the genetic markers of intracranial tumors. Her work cultivated six publications in renowned peer-reviewed journals.

Danielle would like to extend her gratitude to her cherished family, supportive friends, and incredible mentors at Sinai who guided her towards her numerous accomplishments.

Danielle will graduate with her MD degree and continue her residency training in General Surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Danielle Chaluts is receiving the:

Patricia Levinson Award for the Advancement and Inclusion of Women in Medicine