Capital New York: Medical schools hope to fare better on state research money

The Associated Medical Schools of New York is renewing its request for the state to invest millions of dollars in the NYSTAR Faculty Development Program, an initiative that aims to recruit and retain biomedical researchers. Jo Wiederhorn, president and C.E.O. of the Associated Medical Schools of New York, a consortium of the state’s 16 public… Read More

Crain's NY Business: Triaging New York's doctor shortage

Jo Wiederhorn, president and chief executive of the Associated Medical Schools of New York, advocates for New York state’s 16 medical and five dental schools. Medical academia contributes $85 billion a year to the state economy, but it is also confronting a shortage of doctors and a backlash against rising health costs. Read the interview… Read More

The Journal News: Valahalla medical college program graduates first in new program

Olubunmi Amakor on May 22 became the first graduate of the Associated Medical Schools of New York’s (AMSNY) post-baccalaureate program at New York Medical College’s School of Medicine. The program offers minority students a guaranteed admission to medical school upon completion of the 1- to 2-year post baccalaureate program, along with a $16,000 stipend. Read… Read More