Office of Student Affairs Staff

Dani McBeth, PhD

Associate Medical Professor and Associate Dean for Student Affairs

Office: H-113 D

Phone: (212) 650 8484

 

Holly G. Atkinson, MD, FACP
Clinical Professor and Medical Student Advisor 

Office: H-111

Phone: (212) 650 7084

 

 

 

Sandy Saintonge, MD, MPH

Clinical Professor and Medical Student Advisor 

Office: H-111

Phone: (212) 650 5267

Robert McDonald

Robert T. McDonald, EdM
Director of Housing and Student Activities 

Office: H-113 A

Phone: (212) 650 7723

Dr. Lily Lam

Lily Lam, DO

Clinical Professor, Medical Student Advisor
Suite – H113

Dr. Lam offers advisement, including personal, academic and career advising. She also plans and executes various career building workshops and advises small groups of undergraduate students.

Responsibilities include:

  • Advises and mentors at-risk pre-clerkship and clerkship students
  • Provides Career Advising workshops, both mandatory and optional sessions
  • Advises medical students on leave of absence
  • Manages compliance issues – fit testing and health clearance
  • Serves as faculty for the pipeline – Health Professions Mentorship Program

 

 

 

 

 

Cynthia Civil, MA

Director Of Support Programs 

Office: H-113 E

Phone: (212) 650 7303

 

 

Barbara Haughton

College Office Assistant, Level 4

Office: H-113 B

Phone: (212) 650 5262

 

 

 

Grace Lopez

Office Administrative Assistant, Level 3

Office: H-113

Phone: (212) 650 8485

Maxine Nwigwe, PsyD

Clinical Professor & Medical Advisor
Suite – H113

Dr. Nwigwe offers personal, academic and career advising, including advisement to at-risk students. She also provides and evaluates professionalism training and advises small groups of undergraduate students.

Responsibilities Include:

Organizes the undergraduate advising system

  • Course director for first year courses NSS100 and PF101
  • Advises and mentors at-risk undergraduate students
  • Co-designs and implements service learning opportunities for students
  • Leads an ad hoc committee to analyze how we teach professionalism across the curriculum and how it can be improved