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 PatientsLocationsClinton Crossings2400 S Clinton AveBldg H, Ste 230Rochester, NY 14618Internal Medicine: (585) 341-7200UR Primary Care Network Olsan Medical Group2400 Clinton Ave So., Bldg H, Suite 230Rochester, NY 14618Internal Medicine: (585)341-7220BiographyMick Krasner, MD, FACP, is a 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?