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Burton Paul Drayer

Burton Paul Drayer, American hospital administrator, neuroradiologist. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board Radiology. Grantee, Squibb Research Institute, 1982-1983, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 1983.


Drayer, Burton Paul was born on March 19, 1946 in New York City. Son of Alexander and Marion Horowitz.


Bachelor of Arts Pennsylvania, 1967. Doctor of Medicine, Chicago Medical School, 1971.


Intern University Vat. Medical Center, Burlington, 1971—1972, resident neurology, 1972—1975. Fellow, resident radiology Health Center University Pittsburgh, 1975—1978, assistant professor neurology, 1977—1979.

Director neuroradiology Children's Hospital University Pittsburgh, 1978—1979. Assoc professor radiology and assistant professor neurology Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, 1979, chief section neuroradiology, 1981. Director neuroradiol. research Barrow Neurological Institute.

Charles M. and Marilyn Newman professor and chairman department radiology Medical School The Mount Sinai Medical Center, executive vice president hospital & clinical affairs. President The Mount Sinai Hospital, 2004—2008. Past president Neuroradiology Education and Research Foundation.


Fellow: American College Radiology, American Academy Neurology. Member: American Academy Neurology, Radiological Society North America (board directors 2004-2008, board chairman 2009), American Heart Association (member executive committee stroke council), American Roentgen Ray Society, Society for Neuroscis., American Society Neuroradiology (past president), Alpha Omage Alpha, Sigma Xi.


Married Michaele Gerri Cohen, June 13, 1968. Children: Aron Stuart, Alex Nathan.