Press Release tagged with "touro"

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New York, N.Y. - Touro College in Israel recently celebrated the dedication and naming of its library in memory of Sarah Rebecca Lander, a”h – the late wife of Touro College president and founder Dr. Bernard Lander.
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More than 200 Children from Harlem’s P.S. 197 Examine Skeletons, Enjoy Healthy Halloween Treats and Learn About Candy Safety.
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Plants Make Vaccine for Treating Non-Hodgkin\'s Lymphoma.
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New York, N.Y. – Nadira Jackson, 17, far right, a student at George Washington High School in Washington Heights, N.Y., participating in an educational computer game on Monday, March 22, as part of the Harlem Educational Activities Fund (HEAF) program. A hands-on, after-school educational project at the Touro College of Pharmacy, the HEAF program educates students about childhood obesity and diabetes, in keeping with the College’s mission of increasing educational opportunities in the Harlem and surrounding communities. The students pictured are accruing points on the computer while taking care of a diabetic dog, using the knowledge they have gained in the classroom.
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NEW YORK, N.Y. – Dr. Bernard Lander, founder and president of Touro College, has announced the opening of Touro College South, a new center of Jewish and general learning that opened its doors for the first time this month.
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Vallejo, CA – Touro University California students who graduated with Doctors of Pharmacy and Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies scored among the highest in their certifying and licensure exams among California graduate students.
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New York, N.Y. – Harlem resident Joseph Anyaegbu, right, receives his free flu shot from Dr. Ronnie Moore, senior director of practice experience at Touro College of Pharmacy in Harlem.
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Ceremony Marks Fifth Anniversary.
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New York, N.Y. – A Touro College of Pharmacy study published in the November 2010 issue of the international scientific journal Toxicology has found that black tea reduces the levels of two key indicators of cardiovascular disease, and could lead to promising supplemental dietary management of heart disease in high-risk patients.