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UK Chief Rabbi Mirvis Addresses Lander Graduates at 42nd Commencement Exercises

June 06, 2016
Press Release

New York, N.Y. – Touro College conferred Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth of the United Kingdom, with an honorary doctorate at the annual commencement exercises at David Geffen Hall in Lincoln Center on Monday, May 30, 2016. 

Mayer Goldberg, Pharm.D.: Newly-Minted Pharmacy Grad Lands Coveted Spot in Prestigious First-Year Residency Program

May 31, 2016
Press Release

New York, N.Y. - Born in New York, raised in Brooklyn and currently a resident of Flushing, Queens, Mayer Goldberg, Pharm.D. received his doctorate in pharmacy on May 25th from Touro College of Pharmacy. This summer he will become a pharmacy resident at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, a well-established and prestigious pharmacy residency program.

Touro College of Pharmacy Graduates Fifth Class - Assistant Surgeon General U.S. Public Health Service, Pharmacy Tells Graduates to “Build a Culture of Prevention”

May 31, 2016
Press Release

New York, N.Y. – Members of the Touro College of Pharmacy Class of 2016 received their doctor of pharmacy degrees last week at a spirited ceremony led by their new dean, Dr. Henry Cohen.  The College’s fifth commencement exercises were held at Columbia University’s Roone Arledge Auditorium, which was packed with the graduates’ families, friends and well-wishers on a warm spring afternoon.

Touro University California 2016 Commencement brings 449 Healthcare and Educational Leaders

May 26, 2016
Press Release

Vallejo, CA – Zubin Sedghi, who will be graduating from Touro University California on May 31st, 2016, took a six-year hiatus as a touring musician before becoming a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine.

Touro Graduate School of Social Work Associate Professor Annecy Baez, Ph.D. Honored at 12th Annual Latino Social Work Coalition and Scholarship Fund Event

May 23, 2016
Press Release

New York, N.Y. – Touro College Graduate School of Social Work  Associate Professor Annecy Baez, Ph.D. was honored with a Leadership Award from the Latino Social Work Coalition and Scholarship Fund (LSWC) at the group’s 12th Annual Awards Dinner held recently at The Copacabana in New York City.

Experts from School of Health Sciences Teach Fall-Prevention Tips to Suffolk’s Seniors

May 19, 2016
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New York, N.Y. - Faculty experts from Touro College School of Health Sciences partnered with Suffolk County Department of Health (DOH) recently for a community-wide fall prevention program called “Stepping On: Building Confidence, Reducing Falls, and Staying Independent for Life.”

Touro Law Student Appointed in Leadership Role for the National Black Law Students Association

May 09, 2016
Press Release

Central Islip, NY – Touro Law 1L student Rebekah Gordon has been named National Director of Membership for the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) for 2016-2017 academic year. In this position, Ms. Gordon will work to reactivate inactive chapters and establish contact at law schools that do not have NBLSA chapters as well as distribute information about the membership process and compile statistics about approximately 200 chapters to make them available for the National Executive Board.

Touro College School of Health Sciences Hosts Health Fair and CarFIT Screenings

May 06, 2016
Press Release

New York, N.Y. – Students, faculty, and administrators from Touro College School of Health Sciences (SHS) welcomed members of the community to its third annual Spring Forward into Health free health fair at the School’s Bay Shore campus.

Focusing on the Past Can Hurt your GPA

May 03, 2016
Press Release

New York, NY -- Graduate students who focused on negative problems in the past performed worse academically than their peers who focused on the present or the future, according to a study that was presented here at Touro College Research Day.

High Intensity Statins are No More Effective than Regular Statin Therapy

May 03, 2016
Press Release

New York, NY -- Patients who were on lower dose statins did just as well at lowering their cholesterol as those who were on moderate to high intensity statin medications, according to a new study presented here at Touro College Research Day. The results call into question newer recommendations that advocated for more aggressive treatment of cholesterol.