Title: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
- 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
- 1990-1992 M.D. New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY
- 1988-1990 St. Georges University School of Medicine, Granada,
- 1986-1987 Columbia University, New York, NY - Post Graduate classes
- 1981-1985 B.S. - Tufts University, Medford, MA
- 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,
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
- 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
- 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
- Commercial Preparations of HCG Demonstrated by Western Blotting: American
- of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology 17:134-140, 1988.
Biographical: Married with three children
- 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 Childrens Hospital special, if not entertaining, to both
parent and child.
- * PS: I will juggle any three objects for a monetary donation to the