Stuart H. Young M.D.

President | Allergist | Immunologist | Educator | Legal Consultant

Stuart Young Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1963

Dr. Young receives a Doctor of Medicine from the State University of New York and starts his internship in pediatrics.

1964

Dr. Young serves as a resident in pediatrics at the University Hospital—Downstate Medical Center (now the University Hospital of Brooklyn) in Brooklyn, New York.

1966

Dr. Young serves as Chief Resident in pediatrics at the University Hospital—Downstate Medical Center.

1966

Dr. Young serves in the U. S. Air Force as a Captain and physician at Amarillo Air Force Base, where he is also director of Allergy Service.

1968

Dr. Young starts his fellowship at the National Jewish Hospital (now National Jewish Health) of the University of Colorado in allergy, chest disease and clinical immunology in both pediatrics and internal medicine.

1968

Dr. Young publishes an article as lead author in the “Journal of Pediatrics” on a new in-vitro method to be used in allergic evaluation.

1970

Dr. Young enters into private practice in allergy and clinical immunology in Bergen County, New Jersey and Manhattan, New York.

1972

Dr. Young is certified as a diplomate of the American Board of Allergy and Immunology, a conjoint board of the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Internal Medicine.

1973

Dr. Young becomes an attending physician in the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

1973

Dr. Young becomes the chief of allergy in the Departments of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center.

1982

Dr. Young becomes an honorary police surgeon in the New York Police Department and their consultant in allergy, asthma and clinical immunology.

1983

Dr. Young becomes a clinical associate professor of pediatrics in the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

1985

Dr. Young serves as editor-in-chief and publishes the medical textbook, “The Psychobiological Aspects of Allergic Disease.”

1985

Dr. Young publishes as lead author, “The Asthma Handbook: A guide for layman with or family members with Bronchial Asthma.”

1985

Dr. Young becomes president of The New York Pediatric Society.

1985

Dr. Young becomes chairman of the Anti-Smoking Committee of the Executive Council of the American Academy of Pediatrics (New York section).

1989

Dr. Young becomes an associate clinical professor of medicine at the Mount Sinai Medical School (now the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai).

1991

Dr. Young publishes as lead author, “Allergies: The Complete Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment, and Daily Management” for the Consumer Reports Press.

2011

Dr. Young publishes “Allergies: The Complete Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment, and Daily Management” for Xibis Press.

2016

Dr. Young continues as a defense expert witness in allergies and asthma, and especially in environment, moisture, mold issues and their relationship to human disease.

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