Daily News Op-ed: Diversity can make New York healthier

More doctors should know the culture, and the language BYJO WIEDERHORN NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, December 30, 2017, 5:00 AM Sheba Ebhote, the daughter of a Guyanese immigrant, grew up in Brooklyn, where she saw her family struggle to get their health-care needs met. A cultural disconnect between her family members and their doctors… Read More

Crain’s Health Pulse: AMSNY’s new med-school scholarships promote diversity  

The Associated Medical Schools of New York on Tuesday announced its first 10 scholarships for disadvantaged and minority medical students to study in the state. The organization’s new Diversity in Medicine scholarship program is initially funded with a $500,000 one-year grant from the state Department of Health. The students were selected from among graduates of… Read More

UB Post-Bac Program Director Recognized with Award of Excellence

The program director of the state’s first program designed to diversity New York’s physician workforce has been recognized with a staff award of excellence for promoting inclusion and cultural diversity at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo. The 27-year-old post-baccalaureate program, supported by the Associated Medical Schools of New… Read More

AMSNY Announces New Diversity in Medicine Scholarship Recipients

Contact: Jaime Williams, jaime@anatgerstein.com, 914-325-8877                                  New NYS-Sponsored Scholarship Helps Students from Diverse Backgrounds Become Doctors, Close Diversity in Medicine Gap (New York, NY) – Today, the Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) announced the 10 recipients of the new Diversity in Medicine Scholarship program. The scholarship program was funded this year by the New… Read More