Due to popular demand and impending exams, the NYCOM Library will be open this coming weekend. The hours are: Saturday, September 3: 12pm-8pm Sunday, September 4: 12pm- 8pm Monday, September 5: CLOSED
August 29: NYCOM is closed due to weather conditions August 30: Please be advised that all 1st and 2nd year classes for Aug 30, have been cancelled. Serota offices are closed.
NYCOM SAAO invites you to our FREE WEEKLY YOGA CLASS Every Tuesday 5:15 - 6:15 pm in the OMM Lab rooms These classes are Free and open to all NYCOM students
Everyone is invited to attend the NYCOM Summer 2011 Research Symposium. When: August 24, 2011 Where: NYCOM II (Riland) Auditorium Noon-1pm Poster Presentations – all students in the program (front hallway) 1-2 pm Short talks – 3 students will be selected to present short (~10’) talks on their summer research projects (auditorium) Come support our student researchers and learn about the research activities of some of the NYCOM faculty. This program has been coordinated with Academic Affairs to enable 1st and 2nd year students to attend. Refreshments will be served.
We will be selling tickets for the Movie Break - "30 Minutes Or Less" this week in front of the William/Mollie Rogers Auditorium (sold by the second year class officers). You will need your NYCOM student ID with you to purchase these tickets. TICKET SALES: • Wednesday, August 17th: 12:00PM - 1:30PM • Thursday, August 18th: 12:00PM - 1:00PM • Friday, August 19th: 12:00PM - 1:00PM -At the Activties Fair - Look for the Class of 2014 table EVENT DETAILS: Location: Glen Cove Theater Movie: 30 Minutes Or Less (Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn9DoxS_nck) Date: Monday, August 22nd, 2011 Time: 7:15PM (please arrive by 6:45) Ticket Price: $5.00 cash only (includes admission and voucher for ONE FREE POPCORN AND SODA!) Please note that tickets will be sold to 1st and 2nd year students only (the theater has been rented out solely to 1st and 2nd year NYCOM students). Limit is one ticket per person, so please bring your student ID with you when purchasing your ticket, as well as to the Glen Cove Theater
The Massapequa Patch highlights NYCOM, faculty and students as part of National Osteopathic Medicine Week.
Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee, vice president for health sciences and medical affairs at NYIT’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, was highlighted in the article “Old Westbury doctor blazing a policy trail” in Newsday on April 2.
Molly Kelly (OMS-II) and Diana Teplitsky (OMS-II), in a collaboration with their mentor Dr. Eduard I. Dedkov (Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences), presented the research posters entitled “The neuropeptide Y (NPY)-Y receptor and vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP)-VPAC receptor signaling systems are present within the developing coronary vasculature of the avian embryonic heart” and “Neuropeptide Y receptor Y2 is involved in morphogenic modulation of VEGF-induced coronary vessel formation”, respectively, at the Experimental Biology 2011 meeting in Washington, DC (April 9th – April 13th). The meeting abstracts have been published in the FASEB Journal 2010; v. 25: 684.4 and 684.3.