The National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine (NYLF/MED) introduces outstanding high school students to the world of medicine. This 10-day program familiarizes students with professionals from some of the nation’s top medical centers and faculty from renowned institutions of learning.
The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene awarded NYCOM student, Jasmine Beria OMS III, the Kean Traveling Fellowship in Tropical Medicine.
Leonard B. Goldstein (firstname.lastname@example.org), D.D.S., Ph.D., published in the June 2012 issue of Practical Pain Management.
BlogSpot highlights news of work done by Matthew Mihlbachler, Ph.D. and Brian Beatty, Ph.D., of NYCOM’s Anatomy Department.
New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT (NYCOM) is proud to announce its new Master of Science in Medical Education/Health Care Simulation.
The first such graduate program in the United States, this 44-credit degree program prepares students for careers in the growing field of human patient simulation. Patient simulation educators use standardized patients, mannequin-based simulations, and computer-based simulations to teach and assess professional skills at medical and nursing schools, hospitals, and medical licensing boards. Human simulations are also used in law schools and graduate schools of professional psychology.
Researchers from around the region (NY, CT, NJ, MA, PA, RI, DC, MD) are coming together for the first meeting of the Northeast Regional Symposium on Evolutionary Vertebrate Morphology.
The event will be held on March 30th, 2012 in the Rockefeller Auditorium (NYCOM I Bldg) of NYCOM/NYIT, and run from 8am-5pm. The event is being organized by Dr. Beatty & Dr. Mihlbachler of the Dept. of Anatomy.
Dr. Victoria Rudenko, former fellow in 2009 and graduate of NYCOM in 2011, is the first author on a novel finding showing that cannabinoids have biphasic effects in development.
Dr. Isaac Kurtzer’s paper entitled 'Primary motor cortex underlies multi-joint integration for fast feedback control' has been featured in this week's press release for Nature. Dr. Kurtzer is an assistant professor in the Department of Neuroscience/Histology. The article is available at the journal's site: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature10436