Alan Kadish, M.D.

President, Touro University


Alan Kadish

Dr. Alan Kadish is president of Touro University. A prominent cardiologist, dedicated teacher, prolific researcher and experienced administrator, he is a graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Kadish received postdoctoral training at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Kadish previously taught at the University of Michigan and held a 19-year tenure at Northwestern University, where he served as an administrator as well. As president, he has continued to shape Touro into a top-tier institution by prioritizing the expansion of Touro’s diverse academic offerings and increasing support for Jewish communities.

Areas of Expertise

Higher education, education policy, Jewish community, health and medicine, and healthcare policy

In The News

What's happening on college campuses, Jewish Standard

Campus protests and common decency: Anti- Israel rallies after the Hamas attacks are disgraceful, New York Daily News

Jewish leaders warn of rising antisemitism on college campuses, Fox News

With US campuses roiled up by Israel-Gaza war, college president's must speak up for what's right, Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA)

Diversity means a healthier tomorrow: Expanding minority opportunity in medical careers, New York Daily News

Educators warn of antisemitic 'outbreak' on college campuses, denounce 'tone deafness' of faculty and students, Fox News

To expel antisemitism from college campuses, we must address the root causes, The Hill

Ruckus on campus- what is taking place at colleges, Hamodia

3 questions for Dr. Alan Kadish, Touro University President, Healthcare Dive

Touro University welcomes its new status, Jewish Standard

Touro moves to Times Square, Jewish Standard

The Joe Piscopo Show 12-22-20

The Joe Piscopo Show 12-16-20

The Joe Piscopo Show 5-27-20

The Joe Piscopo Show 4-17-20

What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine, Arutz Sheva/Israel National News

The COVID-19 vaccine is coming. But will we be ready,

To stop college students from attending COVID Parties, Start Asking Why, University Business

A pandemic ethical conundrum: Must health care workers risk their lives to treat COVID-19 patients, Stat News

Colleges, uncertainty and Coronavirus: We shouldn’t force ourselves to answer complex questions prematurely, New York Daily News

Dr. Alan Kadish, Huffington Post

Teakneck's Dr. Alan Kadish: Leading Touro College to the future, Jewish Link of New Jersey