Robert J. Min
Dr. Robert Min, a pioneer in the field of vascular interventional radiology, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Weill Cornell Medicine’s Physician Organization, Professor and Chairman of Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine, Radiologist‐in‐Chief at NewYork‐Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, and President of Weill Cornell Imaging at NewYork‐Presbyterian.
In his role leading the Weill Cornell Medicine Physician Organization, Dr. Min oversees the business operations of clinical practice at Weill Cornell Medicine. The Weill Cornell Medicine Physician Organization is comprised of more than 1,500 full‐time faculty physicians who provide nearly 3 million patient encounters each year.
Dr. Min has served in multiple leadership positions in radiological and venous‐related societies including Editor‐in‐ Chief of the journal Clinical Imaging. His clinical interests have focused on increasing awareness, improving diagnoses, and modernizing therapies of venous conditions. Dr. Min developed endovenous laser treatment for venous insufficiency. This minimally invasive
technique is now used around the world to treat a variety of conditions, including varicose veins.
Dr. Min received his Medical Degree from Weill Cornell Medicine and a Masters of Business Administration from Columbia University, completing an Internship in surgery and a Residency in diagnostic radiology at NewYork‐Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, where he served as Chief Resident. After his Fellowship in cardiovascular interventional radiology at Stanford University Medical Center, Dr. Min was in 1999 appointed to the Weill Cornell Medicine faculty, becoming Chairman of the Department of Radiology in 2005.