Meet New York State’s Newest Doctors: Matthew Schear, DO, Ready for Rigorous Ophthalmology Residency

NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine Graduate is Academic Scholar and Researcher Old Westbury, N.Y. (June 4, 2014) — An ocular enchantment took hold of Matt Schear, DO, even before he attended his first class at NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine. Schear’s path to a prestigious ophthalmology residency at North Shore-Long Island Jewish Hospital began when… Read More

Meet New York State’s Newest Doctors: Jodi Zimbler, DO, Combines Connection and Care for Long Island Patients

Zimbler Pursues Family Medicine with Hands-On Approach Old Westbury, N.Y. (June 4, 2014) — Community, family, and connection are key to Jodi Zimbler’s idea of practicing medicine. Zimbler, 25, a recent graduate of NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine who will start her family residency at North Shore-LIJ Plainview Hospital, feels a powerful draw to the… Read More

Meet New York State's Newest Doctors: Gebe George, DO, Prepares for Emergency Medicine at Two NYC Hospitals

George to Treat Diverse Patients in Busy Emergency Rooms Old Westbury, N.Y. (May 30, 2014) — Gebe George’s upcoming emergency medicine residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital will give him a healthy dose of diversity as he spends time at two hospitals on opposite sides of New York City. George, a recent graduate of NYIT… Read More

Families grow more comfortable with anatomical gifts: 500 will attend UB memorial service

New York State’s largest anatomical gift program is at University at Buffalo Increased social acceptance, economic considerations and the fact that more baby boomers are dying have significantly increased the number of people opting to leave their bodies to medical science. “Anatomical donation is becoming more acceptable and people are more comfortable with it,” says… Read More

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University at Buffalo Med Students Inspire New Generation of Medical Professionals

More than 100 health care role models — including 60 University at Buffalo medical students — engaged teens in hands-on learning during the annual Doctors Back to School event on April 29. They taught hundreds of high school students at Buffalo’s Health Sciences Charter School some basic clinical skills, such as how to splint an… Read More

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