TouroCOM News

A Thousand White Coats on Capitol Hill

April 17, 2019

On March 4, 75 TouroCOM Harlem medical students hopped on to two coach buses to explore another element of the medical profession: advocacy.

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Everyone Can Play

March 26, 2019

Close to 50 children from the Middletown and surrounding areas enjoyed a day of sports activities thanks to TouroCOM Middletown students as part of the school’s “Everyone Can Play” initiative at the YMCA of Middletown on Feb. 17.

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From Harlem to Antigua on Winter Break

February 21, 2019

First year Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) student, Varsha Venkatakrishna, writes about her recent mission to Guatemala, where the she and fellow TouroCOM students ran clinics for underserved populations.

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Helping Her Hometown

January 14, 2019

As a twelve-year-old, Dr. Stephanie Zeszutek witnessed her father having a heart attack. “I felt pretty helpless at the time,” recalled Dr. Zeszutek, who grew up in Orange County, NY. “I wished I knew more.”

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“We Can Do Better”

January 14, 2019

TouroCOM student Justin Chin was recognized for his work on behalf of the Asian Pacific Islander American community with this year’s TouroCOM Harlem Student DO of the Year.

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Lauren Fleig Named Student DO of the Year at TouroCOM Middletown

January 14, 2019

Before she entered osteopathic medical school, Lauren Fleig wanted to understand what life was like for the patients she eventually planned to serve. A graduate of Temple University, Fleig spent five years working in the social work field, visiting poverty-stricken elderly residents in the area.

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“We’re Pioneers”

January 14, 2019

Immediately after finishing his residency in 2010, Dr. Fernando Bruno was drafted into the Brazilian army.

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TouroCOM Hosts First National Conference

November 27, 2018

The Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine hosted its first national conference this fall at its Harlem campus. The 2018 Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) National Student Conference, “At the Intersection of Power: Communities in Crossfire,” drew dozens of socially conscious medical students from around the country and speakers from around the globe to discuss health crises and how physicians advocate for policy change.

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Veteran Spotlight: Nicholas Hoffmann

November 08, 2018

Reason he enlisted: Former Sergeant Nicholas Hoffmann enlisted in the Marines for two reasons: his father served so it was something he always considered and after witnessing the atrocities of September 11, 2001, he felt like it was something he needed to do.

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Veteran Spotlight: David Yens

November 07, 2018

Reason he enlisted: Former Corps of Engineer Captain David Yens enlisted in the army after growing up as a self-described Army brat as his father served as an Army doctor for several years.

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