TouroCOM News

Stopping the Spread

March 25, 2020

TouroCOM Middletown students are continuing in their effort to help keep Orange County safe from the spread of the coronavirus.

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“We Can’t Sit Back”

March 25, 2020

Many residents at the Harlem Center for Nursing & Rehabilitation Center on W. 138th St. either don’t have family or can’t be with them... and many are at high risk for infection. But each resident has a tablet, preloaded with the ability to video chat, so last week, TouroCOM Harlem students joined them on Skype for individual chats, showing their eagerness to help during COVID-19. More sessions are slated for the coming weeks, and our compassionate students are eager to participate.

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On the Frontlines

March 23, 2020

Q&A with Dr. Conrad Fischer Infectious Disease Specialist and Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Pharmacology, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine – Harlem

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TouroCOM Middletown Students Help Town Deal with Coronavirus Outbreak

March 23, 2020

When Orange County needed help dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, medical students at TouroCOM Middletown were ready and there.

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Touro Students on Global Mission Address Health Disparities

March 01, 2020

Dominique Pean, first year medical student (OMS I) at TouroCOM Harlem, shares how he and his fellow med students learned from and helped out local communities on a winter break mission to Peru.

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Jemima Akinsanya, DO, Receives First-Ever TouroCOM Alumni Service Award

February 21, 2020

Jemima “Mima” Akinsanya, DO, (TouroCOM Harlem, ’16) is the recipient of the inaugural TouroCOM Alumni Service Award.

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Medicine and Journalism: When Two Roads Intertwine

December 23, 2019

Dr. Neha Sharma, Chief Hospitalist at Ascension Seton Williamson hospital in Austin, Texas who also works as a medical journalist and commentator while raising a family.

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Med Students Help the Homeless in NYC

November 06, 2019

Nine students and one faculty member from TouroCOM Middletown learned about the challenges the homeless population faces during a mission to New York City.

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Cataloging the Misuse of Non-Scheduled Pharmaceuticals

September 24, 2019

Does the misuse of legal pharmaceuticals lead to arrest?

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A Summer Spent Researching at Mt. Sinai's Emergency Medicine Research Training Program

September 24, 2019

TouroCOM Middletown student Benjamin Araki spent his summer in The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Emergency Medicine Research Training Program. The prestigious program pairs medical students with researchers from Mount Sinai and provides didactic lessons dedicated to designing research projects, ethical considerations of research and emergency clinical medicine. Students are also expected to present on their research progress each week and on their findings at the end of the program.

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