Title: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Email: john_harrington@nymc.edu

Office Locations:

Department of Pediatrics 19 Bradhurst Avenue
New York Medical College Atrium Level
Cedarwood Hall, Room A106 Hawthorne, New York 10532
Valhalla, New York 10595

Education/Professional Information and Memberships

Education:

1990-1992 M.D. New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY
1988-1990 St. George’s University School of Medicine, Granada, West Indies
1986-1987 Columbia University, New York, NY - Post Graduate classes in biochemistry
1981-1985 B.S. - Tufts University, Medford, MA

Postdoctoral Training:

1997-1998 Primary Care Research Fellowship. Sponsored through Robert Wood Johnson Grant.
1995-1996 Chief Resident: New York Medical College, Department of Pediatrics, Valhalla, NY.
1992-1995 Residency Training: New York Medical College Pediatrics, Valhalla, NY.

Academic Faculty Appointment:

1997-present Inpatient Coordinator for non-ICU patients under four years old at Westchester Medical Center.
1996-present Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY.

Honors and Awards:

1992 Selected for Japanese Exchange Program to represent New York Medical College
International Lectures on Child Abuse

Boards and Certification:

1995-present Pediatric Board Certification
BLS (Basic Life Support) certification
PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) recertification

Professional Society Membership:

1992-present American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
1992-present Housestaff Education and Recruitment Committee
1995-present Robert Wood Johnson Primary Care Grant Committee
1995-present American Medical Association

Committees:

1996-present Child Protection Committee
1996-present Primary Care Initiative in Research Committee
1996-present New York Medical College Admissions Committee

Research and Publications:

Morse JH, Lusbader JW, Harrington JW, Canfield RE: Heterogeneity of Proteins in
Commercial Preparations of HCG Demonstrated by Western Blotting: American Journal
of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology 17:134-140, 1988.

Biographical: Married with three children

Pediatric Goals:

To insure the safety and health of all my patients, (including their parents). To continually educate myself and my patients of the most recent advancements in medicine, both conventional and unconventional. Most importantly, I will try to make each visit to our practice or Children’s Hospital special, if not entertaining, to both parent and child.
* PS: I will juggle any three objects for a monetary donation to the Children’s Hospital