It was a fun-filled weekend for more than 160 School of Medicine (SOM) alumni and their guests at the SOM Alumni Association Reunion on November 10 – 11.
More than 100 first responders, law enforcement officials, healthcare leaders, business leaders, school officials and members of the community took part in the “Mass Casualty Events and ‘Stop the Bleeding’” symposium presented by the Center for Disaster Medicine on November 13
A special presentation on mindful observation and reflection, a hosted by the Health Sciences Library
NYMC group toured the historic unrestored Ellis Island Hospital complex that operated from 1902 until 1930
Students filled Doc’s Café and the Hales Lobby in the Basic Sciences Building at the annual club fair in September to learn about the many opportunities to participate in a wide range of academic, cultural, social and athletic activities on campus.
On October 22, in a theater filled with nearly 1,000 guests, 202 first-year medical students, with pristine white coats in hand, processed on stage.
The GSBMS and SOM have announced a new agreement.
The Center for Long-Term Care (CLTC) in the School of Health Sciences and Practice addressed the issue at the colloquium “Aging in Place: Multidisciplinary Perspectives,” hosted on October 15.
NYMC Welcomes Bess J. Chazhur, M.S., as Chief Development Officer and Executive Director of Alumni Relations
Selected after an extensive search, Ms. Chazhur says she was drawn to this role early into the interview process when she took notice of the Office of Development’s clear student focus.
The fundraising gala benefits student scholarships and important initiatives at NYMC