Nicholas DuBois is a precise and dedicated cardiologist serving his patients in New York City. Dr. DuBois is a staff member at the Lenox Hill Hospital, and he is affiliated with Mount Sinai as an associate professor. His teaching skills and dedication to education is evidenced by his Davidoff Society Teaching Prize that he was awarded by the Montefiore Hospital, where he completed his residency. Dr. DuBois is currently conducting LVAD research with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine to treat cardiovascular disease, practice internal medicine and nuclear cardiology.
Dr. DuBois earned his medical education from the Cornell University Medical College, after he earned his Master’s degree in biology from Harvard University, where he was named a Harvard Scholar. He then completed his residency in internal medicine at the Montefiore Medical Center. Dr. DuBois completed his cardiology fellowship with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
Dr. DuBois enjoys sailing in his free time and playing hockey on the weekends.
Medical School - Cornell University
Montefiore Medical Center, Residency in Internal Medicine
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Fellowship in Cardiology
Harvard University, Master’s in Biology
Cardiovascular Disease (Internal Medicine)
Awards and Publications
Davidoff Society Teaching Prize Montefiore Hospital
Harvard College Scholar 1996 - American Heart Association Summer Fellowship, Honorable Mention
Colombo PC, Ashton AW, Celaj S, Talreja A, Banchs JE, Dubois NB, Marinaccio M, Malla S, Lachmann J, Ware JA, Le Jemtel TH. Biopsy coupled to quantitative immunofluorescence: a new method to study the human vascular endothelium. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985) 2002 Mar; 92(3).
Colombo PC, Banchs JE, Celaj S, Talreja A, Lachmann J, Malla S, DuBois NB, Ashton AW, Latif F, Jorde UP, Ware JA, LeJemtel TH. Endothelial cell activation in patients with decompensated heart failure. Circulation 2005 Jan; 111(1).
DuBois NB, Michel JL. Novel surface protein of group B Streptococcus. Poster, Brigham and Women's Hospital Research Day 1995.