CONTACT INFORMATIONBIOGRAPHYCREDENTIALSPUBLICATIONSVIDEOSMichael S. Krasner, M.D.Primary CareContact InformationPhone NumbersAppointment: (585) 341-7230Office: (585) 341-7230Fax: (585) 325-6051A member of the University of Rochester Medical Faculty GroupgroupAn Accountable Health PartnerassignmentNot Accepting New PatientsLocations2212 Penfield Rd, Ste 500Penfield, NY14526Radiology: (585) 487-3300Clinton Crossings2400 S Clinton AveBldg H, Ste 230Rochester, NY14618Internal Medicine: (585) 341-7200BiographyMick Krasner, MD, FACP, is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. He completed medical school in 1987 at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at the University of Rochester and now limits his practice to Primary Care Internal Medicine. Dr. Krasner has been teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction to patients, medical students, and health care professionals for over 8 years, involving nearly 800 participants. He is engaged in a variety of research projects including the investigation of the effects of mindfulness practices on the immune system in the elderly and on medical student stress and well-being as well as the effects on health care professionals' well being. He is very interested in the connection between health care professional well-being and the effectiveness of the healing relationship.CredentialsFaculty AppointmentsProfessor of Clinical Medicine - Department of Medicine, Primary Care Physicians (SMD) - PrimarySpecialtiesInternal Medicine - American Board of Internal MedicinePediatricsEducation1983BA | Univ of Cal BerkeleyBiochemistry1987MD | U Cal San Diego Sch MedicineMedicinePost-doctoral Training & Residency07/01/1987 - 06/30/1988Internship in at University of Rochester Medical Center07/01/1988 - 06/30/1991Residency in at University of Rochester Medical CenterPublicationsJournal Articles2006Krasner, Michael S. "Through the Lens of Attention, Apprenticeship, and Attachment in Health and Healing". Zen Bow. 2006; 29(1): 10-14.2004Krasner, Michael S. "Mindfulness-Based Interventions: A Coming of Age?". Families, Systems, & Health. 2004; 22(2): 207-212.2004Krasner, Michael S. "The Gift of Mindfulness". Families, Systems, &Health. 2004; 22(2): 213-215.VIEW ALL PUBLICATIONSVideosplay_circle_filledHoliday Stress: Too Tangled Up in Prep to Enjoy the Season?