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Dr. Michael Yee

Board-certified in Adult Psychiatry completed Adult Psychiatry residency at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital
Consult-Liaison Psychiatry Fellow at New York University
Completed the Preparatory Program in Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychotherapy at the New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (NYPSI)

He was born and raised in New York City. He went to the University of Rochester where I received a Bachelor's in Biology and a minor in music. He was accepted into the Take 5 program where He spent a 5th year engaged in relationship psychology research and upper-level psychology coursework. Following this, He went to the University of Chicago for medical school, where He discovered a passion for teaching and was a teacher assistant for multiple courses. He returned back to New York City to complete his adult psychiatry residency at Mount Sinai and then Consult-Liaison Psychiatry fellowship at NYU. His current interests include medical education, neuropsychiatry, and psycho-oncology. His general approach involves balance psychotherapy and psychopharmacology; He strongly believes that integrated treatment provides the greatest potential for healing, change, and resilience.


Dr. Frank V. Schirripa, DO

PGY-3 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 
Department of Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine
New York-York Presbyterian Hospital
Chief Resident Representative of the American Society of International Pain Physicians Resident/Fellow Council 
Institutional Liaison for Eastern Pain Association
New York Presbyterian Hospital Institutional Liaison for American Society of International Pain Physicians

Dr. Schirripa has worked closely with Drs. Baruch Kim and Yu Chiu since he was a 4th year medical student until the present day in clinical research, administrative, and leadership roles within ASIPP, EPA, and WAPMU. He serves as a mentor to residents on a national (AAP) and local level (NYSPMR). Dr. Schirripa has presented numerous posters at local and national Pain Medicine and Rehabilitation conferences. He has written a few book chapters covering topics in Pain Medicine and is currently working on more. His active clinical research includes PRP, neuromodulation, percutaneous discectomy, and radiofrequency ablation. He enjoys teaching medical students and junior residents on various topics including musculoskeletal ultrasound. 
It is an honor to be involved in such an innovative platform such as BestDocz and believe it is important to work together in bringing medicine forward. Thank you, Dr. Kim, in organizing this fascinating site and introducing this new platform.


Dr. Mahmut Talha Kaner, MD

He is currently a PGY-4 - Chief Resident at the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Metropolitan Hospital/New York Medical College. He is in the process of applying into Spinal Cord Injury Medicine.

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