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Match Day 2020: A Virtual Success

On March 20, NYITCOM’s future physicians accepted their next mission in healing: their medical residencies.

Experts Available to Discuss Coronavirus Impact

As COVID-19 alters global health care and daily living, New York Tech experts can serve as objective sources on the evolving situation.

Reshaping an Outbreak

Infectious diseases expert Carl Abraham, M.D., breaks down the facts about COVID-19 and why it’s important to contain the illness.

SARS-CoV-2: What We Know and What Comes Next

At a March 9 lecture, Bryan Gibb, Ph.D., assistant professor of biological and chemical sciences, shared data on COVID-19.

Brian Harper Addresses COVID-19 Concerns and Myths

Brian Harper, M.D., chief medical officer of the Academic Health Centers and former Suffolk County Health Commissioner, shares his public health expertise in Newsday stories on COVID-19.<.p>

New York Tech Week on The Academic Minute

New York Institute of Technology faculty shared their expertise the week of February 17 on The Academic Minute.

Why Insurers Should Cover Mental Health Care to Lower Costs

In an op-ed in Fortune, NYITCOM’s Liat Jarkon argues that the insurance industry has fueled an epidemic that has contributed to needless deaths and national spending.

Smooth Walkers: Study Explains Bird and Mammal Strides

Assistant Professor of Anatomy Michael Granatosky’s research suggests that mammals’ and birds’ finely tuned nervous system played a vital role in their nimble strides.

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Congratulations Amanda!

We are proud to announce Amanda's nomination to become a member of the American Osteopathic Association's (AOA) Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation's (COCA) Data and Reports Committee (DRC)!



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