Dr. Owen Muir keeps changing his title every few months, we have never seen anything like this. Around 5 months ago he was the Chief Service Officer, now he is the Chief Innovation Officer. Before that some other Chief Medical Officer and C0-Founder. Interesting enough, since the lawsuit started he is no longer listed as co-founder in the "Our Team" page, but when you go to the "learn more" page he is listed as co-founder. Actually, as far as we were told he was THE founder. In LinkedIn he lies shamelessly: Chief Innovation Officer for 4 years and 1 month. He definitely wasn't in his web site which is updated constantly. What other lies is Dr. Owen Muir presumably telling?.
Dr. Muir alleges to have the following Trainings and Certifications:
MBT: Supervisor Level
Completed additional training in MBT-A, MBT-F, MBT-C
Since the whistleblower alleged that Dr. Owen Muir did not complete his training in the Emergency Room as all other residents did - allegedly he threatened to sue NYU alleging his disability, we can't help but wonder - is Dr. Owen Muir really trained and certified completely in all the fields he alleges to be trained in?
This picture was taken on 4/30/2020, less than 5 months ago Dr. Owen Muir was Chief Services Officer
This picture was taken on September 16, 2020 - 4 1/2 month or less after claiming two be Chief Services Officer on their official website, Dr. Muir erased it from his history.
Picture taken on September 16, 2020, where Dr. Owen Muir allegedly lies shamelessly about having been Chief Innovation Officer Since September 2016. He wasn't.
Email from Dr. Owen Muir dated October 3, 2016. He alleges to be Clinical Instructor, NYU School of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hofstra-Northwell School of Medicine. However, nowhere does that come up in his web site or in the LinkedIn Experience. Which makes us wonder - might have Dr. Muir presumably been lying to us about what he might not have been?
Update on the lawsuit against Drs. Carlene MacMillan's and Owen Muir's, Brooklyn Minds Psychiatry, NYU Langone Medical Centre's and some of its employees' negligence and malpractice.
We are grateful to those who continue to contact us with valuable information, and encourage anyone who might have any information - regardless of how significant they believe it might be. Courts have reopened after being closed due to Covid-19 Coronavirus. Those who might have any information please contact us, and our attorney, Mr. Mitev. (Please note that the phone number and address has changed).
Recently, we bought a plant/small tree - the first one since Mona Daniella's tragic and sudden suicide. Only because it is named Daniella (with 2 "L"s) just like in her name. The store owner told us it is considered "The Wish Tree". We believe she would have loved this. It is a beautiful, beautiful tree.
Today it's 9/11. An infamous, and horrible day in the history of the United States of America. In the Hebrew Calendar, it is the 23rd of Elul, exactly one week before Roshashana, the Hebrew Calendar New Year. 9/11 had affected Mona Daniella in many ways more than we could have imagined or foreseen.
As a teenager, she did a summer internship in Columbia University. She had to read stories of survivors, and summarize them in a few pages. Out of many applicants, only 2 people were successful to get into that program. As per Columbia University "The September 11, 2001 Oral History Project consists of five projects and programs focusing on different areas of inquiry related to the aftermath of the destruction of the World Trade Center. As of the tenth anniversary, the project as a whole amounts to over 900 recorded hours (23 hours on video) with over 600 individuals. To date, 687 hours with 351 individuals are now open and available to the public through our archive."
For our family it is also the worse day of our lives. Mona Daniella died on Elul the 23rd. On the Hebrew date of 9/11. Alan, Mac, and I lit 1 Yahrzeit candle each, in her memory. We lit them in front of the window in the room she grew up. We hope Mona Daniella z"l is resting in peace. Prayers in her memory are scheduled for tonight and tomorrow morning, September 12, 2020, at the Beth Edmund Synagogue (Safra) located in New York City, as well as in other countries where family members and friends will be sponsoring meals, and studies in her memory, to hopefully help elevate her soul to Gan Eden..
Mona Daniella was a sensitive, gentle, kind, and caring person. She epitomized "Chessed", Loving-Kindness. She fought extremely hard. In a 2014 email I wrote to her that she was the bravest, the brightest, the most determined and the most resilient. Indeed she was. And much more.