The 2+2 curriculum at the Touro College of Pharmacy in Harlem is paying big dividends for students and their future employers.
Students at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harlem are working hard to provide minorities with the proper health care they need but are often unable to procure because of economic factors.
An interview with Henry Cohen, the new dean of the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP), who discusses TCOP's innovative curriculum and outlines his vision for the school.
Can a cold turn into the flu? Does it help to cover your mouth when you cough? Right on time for cold season, Dr. Kenneth J. Steier, dean of the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Middletown campus, addresses these and other common questions and assumptions.
In a joint study with the University of California San Francisco, Professor Jean-Marc Schwarz of Touro University California's College of Osteopathic Medicine found that children who eliminate processed sugar from their diets had lower blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar--and in short order, too.
"Instead of freely hopping on city buses, many are opting to take cabs. They are determined to continue their studies unabated, even if it means changing their routines."--Touro President Dr. Alan Kadish, describing his experiences during his visit to Touro College Israel.
Dr. Leib Litman, assistant professor of psychology at Lander College for Men, coauthored a study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research which found that participants who used fitness apps were more active compared to nonusers.
Dean Robert Goldschmidt of the Lander College of Arts & Sciences in Flatbush discusses some of the challenges--and solutions--for Orthodox Jews who join the workforce.
Dr. Milton Schiffenbauer of the New York School of Career and Applied Studies (NYSCAS) and his students have conducted research suggesting that consumption of cinammon can fight off harmful viruses in humans.
Touro University Nevada held a ribbon cutting ceremony for it's new, 5,000-square-foot-center student affairs division, which will better accommodate the university's growing student population.
How does Lander College professor Tom Rozinski teach students about Plato, Machiavelli, Rousseau and other political theorists? Why, through the music of Billy Joel, Les Miserables and Supertramp, of course.
In this profile of Dr. Steven Huberman, the dean of Touro's Graduate School of Social Work says that his difficult childhood and humble origins inspired him to pursue a career to help others like him.
The revamped MCAT and initiatives at several schools signal a new desire for students with varied interests - something DO schools have long valued.
What do these changes mean for osteopathic medicine and medicine in general? The message of osteopathic medicine is clearly spreading outside of the osteopathic medical profession, says Nadege Dady, EdD, the dean of student affairs for Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harlem. And that’s good news for patients.
Touro students, staff and alumni have been front and center in relief efforts for victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Dr. Noah Kohn, an assistant professor of pediatrics and assistant dean for clinical faculty development at Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine, offers some basic home remedies to treat sunburns.
NYSCAS professor Dr. Milton Schiffenbauer recently presented his research at the American Society for Microbiology's annual meeting. Dr. Schiffenbauer and his team of student researchers learned that cinnamon may have the ability to ward off certain viruses, including those which cause colds, the flu and even herpes.
The new Middletown campus of the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine features state-of-the-art-technology, like robotic simulators and a digital anatomy lab that allows students to get an inside look at the human body with 3-D holographic imaging.
With commencement season upon us, Touro President and CEO Dr. Alan Kadish offers five tips to graduates as they prepare for the next phase of their lives.
As the Nazis corrupted the educational system to increase the spread of anti-Semitism, Touro President Dr. Alan Kadish writes in the Huffington Post that it stands to reason that the diversity on college campuses can stem the flow of racism.
Tina Atherall, MSW, Director of MSW Recruitment, Outreach and Enrollment Management at the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work, reflects on how her life and career as part of a military family have intersected with social work and led her on a path to change, not only her life, but those of others.