The Mindich Child Health and Development Institute (MCHDI) is a translational research enterprise dedicated to finding new therapies and cures for the most pressing health issues affecting children today, including asthma and allergies, diabetes and obesity, neurodevelopmental disorders, and congenital heart disease. The MCHDI brings together an accomplished team of multi-disciplinary scientists and physician-scientists who are making remarkable scientific discoveries and leading the way for medical breakthroughs for children worldwide.


Mount Sinai’s Kravis Children’s Hospital is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s best hospitals. Our physicians, pediatric experts and nursing staff have the experience, compassion, and commitment to provide superior care and guidance to our young patients and their families. Kravis offers the most advanced treatment and technology available, backed by groundbreaking research, to ensure that the health and care of children is our first priority.


The Children’s Environmental Health Center (CEHC) conducts groundbreaking research to identify the environmental causes of childhood diseases. Comprising a distinguished group of doctors, scientists, and researchers who specialize in environmental pediatrics, the CEHC educates the public and advocates for evidence-based policies that protect our children from toxic exposures in the environment.