2016 NYMC Theses and Dissertations

The Library catalogs and makes available the theses published by the College. They are cataloged in our Online Catalog and available in print from 1970-present and electronic format from 2014-present.

Our wonderful cataloger, Nina Kurzban, just finished cataloging the 2016 Theses and Dissertations, 51 in total. This original cataloging is very extensive and methodical. Nina reads through the content of each thesis in order to determine the work’s scope to assign the proper subject headings. She has gained quite an education in clinical and pre-clinical medicine over the years.

“The breadth of the research done by the students at the colleges has exposed me to a wide range of knowledge and aspects of many fields taught at NYMC. I have enjoyed learning about medicine, research and developments in public health.” — Nina

Here are examples of our latest acquisitions:

Doan, T. M. (2016). The influence of neighborhood-level factors on emergency department visits: an assessment of two populations in the Hudson Valley region, New York. (N. Y. M. College., Ed.). Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College. Retrieved from http://msl.nymc.edu/thesis/20160510DOA.pdf
Ketkar, H. (2016). Innate immune response to Chikungunya infection. (N. Y. M. College., Ed.). Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College. Retrieved from http://msl.nymc.edu/thesis/20160404KET.pdf
Reyes-Zaragoza, M. A. (2016). Burden, classification, sequelae, mechanisms and novel therapeutic approaches to traumatic brain injury. (N. Y. M. College., Ed.). Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College. Retrieved from http://msl.nymc.edu/thesis/20160530REY.pdf
Shah, C. R. (2016). The effect of epilepsy and anti-seizure medications on hormones and the brain. (N. Y. M. College., Ed.). Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College. Retrieved from http://msl.nymc.edu/thesis/20160330SHA.pdf
Wildemore, Z. D. (2016). Reversal therapies for classical and newer oral anticoagulant agents. (N. Y. M. College., Ed.). Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College. Retrieved from http://msl.nymc.edu/thesis/20160523WIL.pdf

In the future the theses will be part of TouroScholar. Be sure to follow us to keep updated on our progress of including theses in the institutional repository.

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