The Office Provides Essential Support To Virtual Learning, Academic Support And Course Design
The Office of eLearning has the critical job of developing and supporting online learning at New York Medical College (NYMC). With the importance of eLearning dramatically emphasized since the onset COVID-19 pandemic, the Office has worked at its craft to consistently offer support to students and faculty with online courses and workshops among many other features. Donna Tartaglione Berger, assistant director of the Office of eLearning, provided an enhanced look at its operations.
NYMC Celebrated By Hosting A Series Of Insightful Seminars On Women In Health Care
College Faculty Boasted More Than 1,000 Journal Publications
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Construction on State-of-the-Art Campus Near Completion, Plans Moving Forward to Enroll 125 Students in First Class
More than 500 attendees joined the Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Biomedical Space Conference
Mr. Pascale’s Research Surrounds GPR75 Receptor Blockers That Could Prevent Or Reverse Pathologies Associated With GPR75
Up Close with Rosh HaYeshiva Rav Yonason Sacks—How He Prepares Students to Fuse Torah Study and Professional Success
Ask the big questions. Be part of important conversations. Touro sponsors the Forum on Life, Culture & Society (FOLCS) which uses the arts as a catalyst for conversation and as a tool to re-examine the status quo, so we can develop ideas and together help build a better world. Join us!
Oct 19October 19, 2022 5:00pm 6:00pm ETEntrepreneurship Skills - Guest Speaker Adam Block
Graduate School of Business
Oct 19October 19, 2022 7:00pm ETApplied Behavior Analysis Programs Open House
School of Health Sciences
Oct 26October 26, 2022 5:00pm 6:00pm ETEntrepreneurship Skills - Chapters 4-6 Book Discussion
Graduate School of Business
Oct 26October 26, 2022 6:30pm 8:00pm ETPsyD Program Open House
School of Health Sciences
“I’m passionate about pursuing a career as a Speech Language Pathologist as we enable people to communicate and connect with others so they can be successful members of society. Speech and language are often looked at as basic skills, but for many people, these needs to be taught step-by-step, and we are fortunate enough to embark on that journey with clients in this field. I’m very excited to begin my new job at the Lakewood, NJ-based School for Children with Hidden Intelligence, whose student body consists of children and young adults who have a variety of disabilities such as Autism and Down Syndrome.” -Tamar Blinder, School of Health Sciences of Touro College Maimonides Award winner and a recent Speech and Language Pathology program graduate #wearetouro #tourouniversity #tourohealthsciences #futurespeechtherapist #speechlanguagepathologist #speechlanguagepathology #speechlanguagetherapy
“I’m passionate about physical therapy because it can empower individuals to take responsibility for their health and wellbeing. I hope to inspire others to incorporate movement and healthy habits into their daily lives and to take control of their pain or limitations. I appreciate all the opportunities Touro has provided for me, including giving me the ability to complete my required internships at facilities within my Bronx community. I plan to continue working within my local community to improve access and quality of healthcare to the underserved." -Talia Schiff, School of Health Sciences of Touro College Maimonides Award winner and a recent Physical Therapy program graduate #wearetouro #tourouniversity #tourohealthsciences #futurephysicaltherapist #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #futurept #ptschool #ptstudent #classof2022 #maimonidesaward
“My passion for physical therapy (PT) grew from my experiences playing rugby, traveling, and observing pelvic floor PT. After spending time at Touro University School of Health Sciences, receiving pelvic floor certifications, and completing my clinical rotations, I saw many parallels between my experiences and a physical therapist’s incredible role in helping patients recover from injuries. My dream career is driving awareness and enhancing treatment options for people seeking pelvic floor PT." -Maya Nisani, School of Health Sciences of Touro College Maimonides Award winner and a recent Physical Therapy program graduate #wearetouro #tourouniversity #tourohealthsciences #futurept #futurephysicaltherapist #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist
“Pursuing a career in occupational therapy enables me to be a creative and professional problem solver. Helping individuals regain their independence and get back to doing what they love is something I wouldn't trade for the world. My goal is to specialize in hand therapy to treat all sorts of injuries.” -Bat-El Aronov, School of Health Sciences of Touro College Maimonides Award winner and a recent Occupational Therapy program graduate #weartouro #tourouniversity #tourohealthsciences #futureot #otstudent #otschool #occupationaltherapy #occupationaltherapist #occupationaltherapystudent
“I’m passionate about a career in occupational therapy as I love being able to learn about people’s backgrounds, cultures, hobbies, and their life stories. Also, as a creative person, I enjoy taking a daily task that’s meaningful to someone and constructing activities and reimagining materials to make them feel empowered again. My dream career in this field would involve working with adults who are navigating new and existing disabilities." -Nicole Frendo, School of Health Sciences of Touro College Maimonides Award winner and a recent Occupational Therapy program graduate #wearetouro #tourouniversity #tourohealthsciences #otstudent #otschool #futureot #occupationaltherapy #occupationaltherapist #occupationaltherapystudent
Touro honors #WomensMedicineMonth! Student Doctor Grace Lara @tourocalifornia says, "I’m going into medicine to address health disparities in underserved communities. As an undergraduate at UC Davis, I found my passion for medicine working in a student-run free clinic and knew I wanted to continue addressing health inequities at Touro. I am so honored to be at Touro where I have the opportunity to learn medicine while continuing to serve in the community. Here I have had the chance to work with wonderful organizations, including the Touro Student Run Free Clinic and Latinx Medical Student Association. I love working directly with patients in both the clinic and outreach events, providing the chance for people to address their health needs regardless of insurance. As part of LMSA, I work with an amazing team to provide mentorship for students from underrepresented backgrounds through the club’s mentorship initiatives. In the future, I want to use my experiences here at Touro to find ways to continue addressing disparities in maternal medicine, whether that be mentoring future physicians from diverse backgrounds, advocating for reproductive rights, or providing care in underserved areas."
#FBF Occupational therapy (OT) students from the Manhattan program were recognized for their achievements at a recent Honor Society induction ceremony for both the Alpha Pi chapter of the Pi Theta Epsilon OT Honor Society and Alpa Eta, the national honor society for allied health professions. “When I received the invitation to join the honors society, I was very happy as I work extremely hard in this program and appreciate the recognition. All my classmates were very supportive and proud of everyone who was inducted, which shows how close we’ve all gotten throughout our educational journey here at Touro. It would honestly be such a different experience without those girls by my side,” said student Danielle Dahan. Pictured are (l-r) Professor Eileen Meehan, Alpha Pi faculty advisor, Dr. Stephanie Dapice-Wong, OT department Chairperson; and the students inducted into the honor societies including Elissa Candelario, Britney Ramirez, Rebecca Kohen, Danielle Dahan, Hindy Steinberg, Raquel Treitel, Serena Zomberg, Hadasa Pacht, Raquel Cohen, and Miriam Mizrachi, as well as Dr. Virginia Koenig, faculty advisor to Alpha Eta. Way to go all! We can’t wait to see how you change the healthcare system for the better in the near future.
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