A Month to Recognize a Lifetime of Achievement

 

Every February it is time to remember and be grateful for the achievements and contributions of African Americans to our country. This month, New York Medical College is honoring Myra Adele Logan, NYMC Class of 1933. Dr Logan was the first woman to perform open heart surgery in . . . → Read More: A Month to Recognize a Lifetime of Achievement

Your Brain on Art

More than 12 years ago, Family Medicine reported on the benefits of medical students observing the arts, in the article, “Visual Thinking Strategies: A New Role for Art in Medical Education”  (Reilly, Ring, and Duke, 2005). What are these benefits and how have they evolved?

Today, The Yale School of Medicine requires students to take a . . . → Read More: Your Brain on Art

Two Must Reads for the Aspiring Medical Professional

There are many reasons why people choose certain careers they hope will provide meaning, challenges, and joy. It can be a parent, sibling, best friend, film, or story that spoke to them and said, “yes, this is what you should do for the rest of your life.” Regardless of how fulfilled we are in . . . → Read More: Two Must Reads for the Aspiring Medical Professional

Upcoming “Deadly Medicine” Book and Author Events

New York Medical College is currently (until September 4) hosting the US Holocaust Museum exhibit, “Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race.” In conjunction with this important exhibit are two upcoming author/book events which may be of interest to you all. Both events will take place at:

New York Medical College Skyline Auditorium Ground Floor . . . → Read More: Upcoming “Deadly Medicine” Book and Author Events

Dr. Frishman discusses “Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics” on the NYMC Faculty Book Corner

Dr. William H. Frishman discusses the third edition of the book “Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics” with Marie Ascher in the latest NYMC Faculty Book Corner video. This video can be found on the Health Science Library’s YouTube channel. On June 13, 2011, Dr. William H. Frishman, MD, The Barbara and William Rosenthal Professor and Chairman of . . . → Read More: Dr. Frishman discusses “Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics” on the NYMC Faculty Book Corner