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Assistant Professor Carl Abraham, M.D., sets the record straight about the flu vaccine and why everyone should get vaccinated.
A roundup of research grants and awards obtained by New York Tech faculty that support original and innovative research to provide a student experience that inspire critically creative thinking through fundamental or applied experiences.
The College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) has announced the latest honorees of its Positive STRIDES program, recognizing outstanding members of the NYITCOM community whose acts of kindness make a difference.
Two members of the first class of the master’s in biomedical sciences program have published a case study based on the work they did while earning their master’s degree.
New research by NYITCOM’s Nathan Thompson, Ph.D., suggests that human strides are considerably shorter than that of our nearest cousins, chimpanzees.
Over the summer, the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) Science Technology Entry Program (STEP) partnered with Envision National Youth Leadership Forum in Medicine and the Glen Cove Youth Bureau to introduce students in grades K through 9 to technology.
At two ceremonies, members of the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) Class of 2025 received their first white coats.
Researchers from New York Tech’s Center for Esports Medicine have published a study in BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine that evaluates if walking breaks can benefit gamers’ reaction time and executive function.
Congratulations Class of 2020!
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