Lolita Chatterjee, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Medicine, General Internal Medicine
Specialties:Primary Care, Internal Medicine
Dr. Lolita Chatterjee graduated from Rutgers University as a honors student with Chemistry major and attended Rutgers Medical school (formerly known as Robert Wood Johnson Medical school- University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ) in 1989. She then attended Yale University and completed her Internal Medicine Primary care training in 1993. After completing her training she became an attending at Beth Israel Medical center in 1993 and has been working with the same medical group since that time. Recently, Beth Israel Medical Group was renamed Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical group after the merger.
Dr. Chatterjee provides comprehensive medical care to her patients, sees adults patients of all ages. She also enjoys attending medical conferences and seminars on a regular basis to stay current with her medical knowledge.
American Board of Internal Medicine
MD, Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center
Residency, Internal Medicine, Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital
Fellow of the American College of Medicine since 2002
Cancer, Transgenic Mice
Studied the effect of a second dose of radio-labelled monoclonal antibody treatment on the lysis of human colo-rectal tumor cells implanted on nude mice