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The Top 25 Psoriasis Authors

January 08, 2018

Alice B. Gottlieb, M.D., Ph.D., professor of dermatology

Dermatology Times

Cardiology Today Editorial Board identifies top cardiology trends for 2018

January 08, 2018

William H. Frishman, M.D., the Barbara and William Rosenthal Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medicine and professor of pharmacology


How to Protect Yourself from Dangerous Cold

January 04, 2018

Francis V. Winski Jr., M.D., clinical assistant professor of surgery and otolaryngology

The Journal News

The Potential Premium Impact Of An Essential Health Benefits Benchmark Change In Four States

January 04, 2018

Adam E. Block, Ph.D., assistant professor of health policy and managemen

Health Affairs

When Dentistry Meets Halacha: An Interview with Rabbi Dr. David Katz

January 03, 2018

Rabbi Dr. David Katz, director of halachic dentistry

The Jewish press

Health Care

January 02, 2018

GRANT LAND - The Empire State Development and the Mid-Hudson Regional Development Council awarded the New York Medical College $1.25 million for NYMC's biotechnology incubator and NY State-designated Innovation Hot Spot, BioInc@NYMC.


Lowey Announces $586K in Federal Funds for Cardiovascular Disease Research at NYMC

January 01, 2018

 Michal Laniado Schwartzman, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacology 

Harrison Herald

Pain Management Seminar

January 01, 2018

 Antonio J. Paz, M.D., instructor of anesthesiology 

Ridgefield Patch

Advancing Care in Hudson Valley

January 01, 2018

Wine Connoisseurs Raise a Glass to Help Support Maria Fareri Children's Hospital (page 3)
Boriana Parvez, M.D., associate professor of pediatrics

WMC Hyperbarics Program Receives Top Accreditation (page 4)
Kausik Kar, M.D., assistant professor of medicine

World-Class Cardiovascular Care Closer to Home (page 6)
Julio A. Panza, M.D., professor of medicine

What Affects Heart Disease (page 7)
Tanya Dutta, M.D., M.A., assistant professor medicine and radiology

A Heart, Helicopter, Holiday - and Restored Health (page 8)
Masashi Kai, M.D., assistant professor of surgery
Syed H.M. Naqvi, M.D., clinical assistant professor of medicine

Sophia's Journey (page 12)
Michael H. Gewitz, M.D., professor of pediatrics

An Unlikely Victim (page 14)
Cary L. Hirsch, M.D., adjunct assistant professor of medicine

What If We Only Ate Plants? (page 16)
Syed H.M. Naqvi, M.D., clinical assistant professor of medicine

Life - Before and After a New Heart (page 18)
David Spielvogel, M.D., professor of surgery
Alan Gass, M.D., associate professor of medicine
Chhaya Aggarwal, M.D., assistant professor medicine

Winter Weather Safety and Health (page 20)

How can we make sure sledding stays fun?
Darshan D. Patel, M.D., assistant professor of pediatrics, family and community medicine and emergency medicine

Is snow shoveling bad for your heart?
Martin B. Cohen, M.D., associate professor of medicine

What is your health advice for heart failure patients?
Alan Gass, M.D., associate professor of medicine

Advancing Care in Hudson Valley

How Can We Make Sure Sledding Stays Fun?

January 01, 2018

Darshan D. Patel. M.D., assistant professor of pediatrics, family and community medicine and emergency medicine

Advancing Care in the Hudson Valley

Diversity Can Make New York Healthier

December 30, 2017

Sheba Ebhote, School of Medicine Class of 2021

Daily News

The Snowman Project

December 29, 2017

Marianna Jolly, vice chair of the Graduate Student Research Forum; LaToya McLean, chair of community building; Fatima Arif, secretary; Kristopher Thompson, M.S. candidate; Charles White, president; Dana Weinstein, chair of the Graduate Student Research Forum; Joshua Vazhappilly, vice president; and Berlini Narampanawe, treasurer. 

The Business Journal

New York Medical College Awarded Grant For Incubator

December 29, 2017

A $1.25 million grant will help support BioInc@NYMC, a 10,000-square-foot incubator at New York Medical College. Now in its fourth year, the incubator is a for-hire facility with office space for researchers.

White Plains Patch

Medicine and Morals: A Medical School That Can Make a Jewish Heart Proud

December 21, 2017

Dr. Halperin with a puppet talks about his medical experience in treating children with cancerMeet Dr. Edward Halperin, chancellor and chief executive officer of Touro’s New York Medical College — medical historian, pediatric radiation oncologist and idealist, who expects much more from his students than expertise in medicine.

Dr. Edward Halperin, besides being an expert in pediatric radiation oncology, is an eclectic scholar — conversant in many diverse areas of knowledge — with a penchant for delving into the historical background of all his topics of interest. As a doctor, he is fascinated by the history of Jewish hospitals and medical school entry in America and has studied it in depth. In a research paper entitled “The Rise and Fall of the American Jewish Hospital,” he highlights the phenomenon that no less than 113 so-called Jewish hospitals appeared and disappeared in America over the last 170 years. Today, there are few remaining.

NYMC Leadership: Edward C. Halperin, M.D., M.A., chancellor and chief executive officer


Chronic Heartburn Tied to Higher Odds for Head, Neck Cancers

December 21, 2017

a man holding his stomach appearing to have an abdominal painMillions of American seniors suffer the discomfort of chronic acid reflux. Now, new research suggests the condition might raise their odds for even more dangerous foes -- head and neck cancers.

The research can't prove cause-and-effect, and the odds of any one person with chronic heartburn developing one of these relatively rare cancers remains low, experts noted.

But the study of nearly 28,000 Americans over the age of 65 did show a heightened risk.

NYMC Faculty: Anthony A. Starpoli, M.D., adjunct assistant professor of medicine

HealthDay News

$586K Grant for Research

December 21, 2017

New York Medical College in Valhalla has been awarded $586,314 for research into heart and vascular disease. The funding was awarded through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. “Advances in scientific research hold tremendous potential to help the millions of people struggling with heart and metabolic problems,” said U.S. Rep. Nita Lowey, who announced the grant. “This funding will support New York Medical College’s cutting-edge research and innovation that may save lives.” 

“I am truly excited to embark on these studies,” said Dr. Michal Laniado Schwartzman, professor and chair of the college’s department of pharmacology. Schwartzman is involved in research that might lead to new treatments for such diseases as heart failure, stroke and diabetes.

NYMC Faculty: Michal Laniado Schwartzman, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacology

Fairfield County Business Journal

CDC's '7 Words' Rule Restricts Free Speech and Damages Science: Medical College CEO

December 20, 2017

Journal News

Recent news reports revealed that policy analysts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were told by the Trump administration that the use of seven words and phrases would be prohibited. The words are: vulnerable, diversity, entitlement, transgender, fetus, evidence-based, and science-based. Shortly thereafter, another federal official told the media that this was "simply guidance" provided to people that write CDC budget proposals. 

The CDC is the leading national public health institute of the United States. It is a federal agency under the Department of Health and Human Services. At New York Medical College we have a long history of cooperation with the CDC and some of our faculty are former officials of the agency. 

NYMC Leadership: Edward C. Halperin, M.D., M.A., chancellor and chief executive officer

The Journal News

Middletown Medical adds cardiac specialist

December 19, 2017

Generic NYMC in the News LogoMiddletown Medical has added Dr. Jay V. Doshi to its team of healthcare providers. Dr. Doshi is the first Cardiologist to join Middletown Medical’s team who specializes in cardiac electrophysiology, which focuses on the electrical activity in the heart to diagnose and treat abnormal heart rhythms.

“For patients with heart concerns, especially those experiencing abnormal heart rhythms, Dr. Doshi has demonstrated exceptional capability and compassion delivering results,” said Melissa Wolff, Middletown Medical’s marketing director and physician recruiter. “His expertise in electrophysiology, an area of cardiology that continues to evolve with newer technologies, allows Middletown Medical to offer even more to its patients.”

NYMC Faculty: Jay V. Doshi, M.D., instructor of medicine

Times Herald-Record

Mid-Hudson Region to Receive $84.8 Million in State Development Funds

December 18, 2017

About $85 million in state grants and tax credits has been awarded to 113 development projects in the mid-Hudson Valley region. In Westchester, 23 projects will receive more than $10 million total this year. Major private and public capital projects to receive funding in the county this year include the following: BioInc@NYMC, New York Medical College’s biotech focused incubator, will receive $1.25 million through the state’s Innovation Hot Spot Support Program, which provides operating grants for designated “Innovation Hot Spots” that promote entrepreneurial activities.

Westfair Communications

Christmas Day Seizures

December 18, 2017

Generic NYMC in the News LogoIn the early ’90s, Ronald Jacobson, M.D. noticed an interesting trend after working on Christmas day for several years in a row. “I was always getting calls about a child having a seizure after having gotten a videogame,” recalls Dr. Jacobson, Chief of Pediatric Neurology at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network. He quickly coined a term for the unique trend, “Christmas Day Seizures.”

NYMC Faculty: Ronald I. Jacobson, M.D., clinical associate professor of pediatrics and neurology

Advancing Care in the Hudson Valley