Ari Judah Ciment, son of Larry and Helen Ciment, has been practicing pulmonary and critical care medicine in Miami Beach, Florida, since 2008. In addition to many medical field achievements, he has been an invited grand-rounds lecturer for several hospitals and universities. Dr. Ciment served as adjunct professor on Jewish medical ethics at Touro College and has arranged several medical ethics symposiums, most notably with the renowned ethicist Rabbi Avraham Steinberg, as well as BU ethicist Michael Grodin. He is currently president of the medical staff at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. His hobbies include basketball, tennis, guitar, and writing the weekly d'var Torah for Beth Israel Congregation. He lives with his wife, Elissa, and their three children, Tehila, Jack, and Sam, in Miami Beach, Florida.