Stacie Grossman Bloom
Vice Provost for Research
Stacie Grossman Bloom is Vice Provost of Research at NYU. As Vice Provost, Dr. Bloom works closely with the president, provost, deans, faculty, and senior administrators to facilitate, energize, and grow the University's research enterprise and its impact. She leads local, national, and global activities regarding research policy and guides NYU in defining and sustaining the emerging research opportunities of the future. Dr. Bloom is responsible for strengthening the University's research enterprise by promoting interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary research; encouraging and facilitating technology transfer, business engagement, and economic development; affirming the integrity of research processes and policies; stewarding the physical and computational infrastructure necessary for research leadership; establishing collaborative research partnerships nationally and internationally; participating in federal and state research-related policy making; integrating research and education at the graduate and undergraduate levels; and overseeing research policy and implementation.
Dr. Bloom first joined NYU Langone Medical Center in 2011 as inaugural Executive Director for the Neuroscience Institute, where she managed strategy and operations. In 2015, she became Assistant Vice President for Policy and Administration, partnering with the leadership of the medical school and hospitals to align the overall strategy of NYU Langone across its basic science and clinical departments and institutes. A molecular neurobiologist by training, Dr. Bloom completed her postdoctoral training at the Rockefeller University in the lab of Nobel laureate Paul Greengard.
Prior to joining NYU, Dr. Bloom was an associate editor at Nature Medicine, then Vice President and Scientific Director of The New York Academy of Sciences. She was awarded a Society for Neuroscience prize for outstanding dedication to mentorship, and held fellowships at the National Institutes of Health, National Institutes of Mental Health, National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression, and the Rockefeller University’s Women in Science Program. A prolific author and speaker, she was featured most recently in Forbes, on SiriusXM radio, at the National Academy of Sciences, and at The Women in the World summit. She earned her Ph.D. in cell biology from Georgetown University and her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Delaware.