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Office55 E 34th St
New York, NY 10016Phone+1 212-252-6005Fax+1 212-252-6179
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- Dr. Morton Davidson, MD is an internist in New York, New York. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in New York.
Education & Training
- NYU Grossman School of MedicineResidency, Internal Medicine, 1963 - 1965
- Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai/Mount Sinai HospitalFellowship, Gastroenterology, 1962 - 1963
- NYU Grossman School of MedicineResidency, Internal Medicine, 1960 - 1962
- New York University School of MedicineClass of 1960
Certifications & Licensure
- NY State Medical License 1960 - 2017
Awards, Honors, & Recognition
- CMS Meaningful Use Stage 1 Certification eClinicalWorks EHR, eClinicalWorks LLC, 2012-2013
- Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition Program National Committee for Quality Assurance, 2012-2015
- Physician Practice Connections Recognition Program National Committee for Quality Assurance, 2012-2015
Publications & Presentations
- 16 citationsInactivated Hepatitis A Vaccine: A Safety And Immunogenicity Study In Health ProfessionalsLaurie Sandman, Morton Davidson, Saul Krugman> ;The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 1995 Mar 1
- 37 citationsEffect Of Age On The Immunogenicity Of Yeast Recombinant Hepatitis B Vaccines Containing Surface Antigen (S) Or Pres2+S AntigensMary Lou Clements, Emil Miskovsky, Morton Davidson, Thomas R. Cupps, Newton Kumwenda, Laurie Sandman, David J. West, Theresa Hesley, Virginia Ioll, William C. Miller, ...> ;The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 1994 Sep 1
- 9 citationsInactivated hepatitis A vaccine: a safety and immunogenicity study in health professionals.Morton Davidson, Saul Krugman, Laurie Sandman> ;Vaccine. 1992 Jan 1
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- Pediatric Kawasaki Disease and Adult Human Immunodeficiency Virus Kawasaki-like Syndrome Are Likely the Same MaladySeptember 29th, 2019