Medical Students And Faculty Share Camaraderie And Give Thanks
On November 17, the School of Medicine (SOM) Class of 2026 celebrated Friendsgiving, a hallmark of the New York Medical College (NYMC) community. The annual event brings first-year medical students and faculty together to give thanks and celebrate the end of the first block of classes. As the first class to experience NYMC’s new medical school curriculum, the Class of 2026 has already encountered a variety of faculty, and Friendsgiving offered an opportunity for everyone to get to know each other better outside of the classroom and inspire unity and friendship.
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#FBF 40 first- and second-year TouroCOM Middletown students attended a “Stop the Bleed” training class yesterday where they learned how to apply tourniquets, pack wounds with gauze, and other techniques to control bleeding in emergencies. Professors Joyce Brown and Kelly Kohler provided instruction and Ruby, Dr. Kohler’s therapy dog who comes to campus on Mondays to calm students taking tests, participated as well. “Stop the Bleed” classes were created by the American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma. Several Middletown students are also instructors and have trained local high school students participating in the school’s MedAchieve afterschool program for high school students aspiring to health care careers.
To celebrate #touro50, we’ve been spotlighting some amazing Touro Trailblazers! Here are just a few.
#FBF TouroCOM Harlem students joined over 2,000 other bikers on a 50-mile traffic-free ride to raise funds for MS! Starting on the West Side of Manhattan, “Bike MS New York City” took riders through the Battery Park Tunnel at the southern tip of Manhattan to New Jersey. Over $1.6 M was raised at the event, part of one of the largest fundraising cycling series in the world. Pictured L-R are OMS Touro team riders Matt Meissmer, Anton Livshin, and James Schaeffer at Pier 84 on the West Side Highway celebrating their ride. “MS can affect anyone regardless of race, age, gender, or sexuality. It’s one of the few diseases that has had pharmacological developments within the last 15 years that have drastically changed the course of the disease,” said Tal Sharon, OMS-II and President of the Student Interest in Neurology Group. “It was a lovely event. I hope that Touro participates again next year!”
Congratulations to scholarship winner Paola Arteaga-OMS II at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Middletown, on winning the R. Jaime H. Rivera Velez Award for Outstanding Service from the Latino Medical Student Association Northeast! “We are very proud of her achievement and all of the community service work that she is doing in our community!” said Francis Rose, Jr., Assistant Dean of Students.
Lindsay Hock, a third-year student at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Middletown, was recently elected treasurer of the national Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA). The action took place in Boston at OMED, an annual meeting that brings together thousands of osteopathic physicians, medical students and other health professionals from across the U.S. Congrats Lindsay!
We're proud to honor the #veterans in the Touro community on this important day. Natalie A. Nevins from Touro California says, "I am proud to be a veteran, Touro faculty member, and currently serving in the Army Reserves. It is an honor to serve our great country and the women and men who serve in all branches. I am humbled by the dedication, commitment and sacrifices made by my fellow veterans, and I honor their prior service. Those of us still serving in the military stand on the shoulders of the veterans who came before us, so we have a responsibility to carry on their legacy.” Natalie A Nevin, D.O., M.S.H.P.E., FS, COL USAR Colonel, US Army Reserve Professor of Family Medicine and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Program Development Touro University California, College of Osteopathic Medicine #wearetouro #tourouniversity #veteransday
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