The NewYork-Presbyterian Silverman Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation

Each year, we select one outstanding individual to be the Silverman Fellow. This Fellow joins the NYP Innovation Center's startup-like environment, receives careful mentorship, gains unprecedented access to hospital operations, and connects with senior leadership. Through this experience, he or she learns to take ideas from concept to practice-changing product.

Previous Silverman Fellows have accomplished amazing feats, including creating multi-campus mobile applications, developing critical commercial partnerships, and leading the adoption of new technologies.

Click here to download the 2018 Fellowship application and apply by January 15, 2018 to

The NewYork-Presbyterian Silverman Fellowship Criteria

The applicant should have a multidisciplinary background with knowledge in the following domains:

  • Software Engineering and Development 
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Machine Learning
  • Hardware Development (Wearables / IoT) 
  • Hospital Operations
  • Clinical Practice

Selection Process

The winner will be selected by senior management, including:

  • Steven Corwin, MD – President & Chief Executive Officer
  • Laura Forese, MD – Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
  • Phyllis Lantos – Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer
  • Laureen Hill – Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, NYP Columbia
  • Daniel Barchi – Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer
  • Emme Deland – Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer
  • Cam Patterson, MD – Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, NYP Weill Cornell
  • Peter Fleischut, MD – Chief Innovation Officer, NYP & Chief Medical Operating Officer, David H. Koch Center

Your Role

The Silverman Fellow will execute at least three major projects: two internal to the Innovation group and one via external collaboration. In addition, he or she will participate in twice-weekly Innovation meetings. Additional involvement in hospital operations, clinical department, strategy, and IT meetings should be expected in the process of advancing the fellow's Innovation projects.

We build leaders and not just craftsmen. The fellow will work closely with at least two carefully-selected mentors who will not only provide project guidance, but also help him or her develop original contributions and expand knowledge in complementary fields. Depending on skill set, the fellow will also have the opportunity to lead interns and developers.

Please see the application for project examples.

How to Apply

Applicants should apply by January 15, 2018 to Click here to download the application. The winning applicant will be contacted by April 1, 2018. The fellowship begins July 1, 2018 and ends June 30, 2019.