Dr. Theodore Tyberg
Dr. Theodore Tyberg is a board certified internist and cardiologist. He graduated Alpha Omega Alpha (the Phi Beta Kappa of medical schools) from Rush University Medical University in Chicago. His internship and residency was completed at Cornell University Medical Center. His cardiology training was done at Yale University Medical Center.
He has been on the staff at Weill Cornell Medical Center since 1980. During those years, he has been president of the attending staff, the staff representative to the General Faculty Council, secretary treasurer of the NY State chapter of the American College of Cardiology and treasure of the Center Alumni Council.
He is the cardiology consultant to the Rogosin Comprehensive Lipid Control Center and the scientific board of Kadmon pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Sarah Norris
Sarah Norris, MD, MEd leads the Quality in Life Team at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. She was originally trained as a nurse and worked with children all over the world before pursuing medical school. Upon completion she trained as a pediatric resident then pediatric critical care fellow. Over the years she has been drawn to the families who grappled with uncertain and life threatening diagnosis. Daily she works with families who are awaiting transplants and families who are considering giving the gift of life.
Dr. Christina Sullivan
Dr. Christina Sullivan is a general pediatrician and Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She is a faculty member within the Division of Academic General Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. She is Associate Medical Director of Pediatric Academic Associates at Montefiore’s Medical Group’s Comprehensive Family Care Center. Her clinical work is focused on providing pediatric family care and her special interests include resident and medical student education, quality improvement initiatives to increase vaccination rates and smoking cessation.