Dr. Ioannis Konstantinidis graduated from Harvard University in 2009 with a B.A. in Chemistry and secondary concentrations in Health Policy and German Language. He received his MD at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 2015. During this time, he was awarded several awards, including the Jeffrey S. Freed Mount Sinai Alumni Merit Scholarship, the Seymour L. Kaplan Scholarship, the American Society of Nephrology Student Scholar Grant, and the Distinction in Research at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai award. He remained at the Mount Sinai Hospital for his Internal Medicine residency where he was selected to participate in the Healthcare Leadership Track. In his spare time, Ioannis enjoys traveling, hiking, theater, listening to podcasts, and baking.
Dr. Konstantinidis previously conducted a prospective cohort study examining the ways in which patients’ perceptions about chronic kidney disease and HIV infection affect adherence to medications for these diseases. He has performed several systematic reviews, including two studies that investigated the representation of patients with kidney disease in major trials of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular interventions. Additionally, he has worked on developing a multi-pronged approach to reduce inappropriate telemetry monitoring utilization among hospitalized patients. Lastly, he has examined the epidemiology and outcomes of 30-day readmissions among adults requiring invasive mechanical ventilation.
2009: Harvard University, B. A. in Chemistry, Health Policy Certificate, and German Language Citation.
2015: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, M.D.
2015–2018: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Internal Medicine Residency