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Student Profile:Lauren Buchwald, Physicians Assistant Studies
PA student, Lauren Buchwald, is profiled this month.
SHP Faculty Presents to STEP High Schoolers
SHP faculty presented on nutrition, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing and physician assistant studies to Science and Techonology Entry Program (STEP) students.
NYIT makes an impact at the American Physical Therapy Association’s 2019 Combined Sections Meeting
Department of Physical Therapy faculty, alums and current students gathered at the American Physcial Therapy Association's largest conference in Washington DC.
2nd Year OT Student Carla Bazan Attends Peru Medical Missions
Carla Bazan had the opportunity to educate and apply what she learned in NYIT's MS Occupational Therapy Program during two medical missions to Peru.
Alumni Profile: Amanda Kaminaris
Profile | Sep 21, 2018
Amanda Kaminaris applied for NYIT’s undergraduate advanced research program thinking it would be a good resume builder. Instead, biomedical research became a major part of her education.
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PA On Panel One Day, Dancing As The NYIT Bear The Next
PA Student Caroline Herrera represents the PA department at Preview Day and is an NYIT Bear!
MS Physician Assistant Studies Alumna: Rachel Anna Wallis, RPA-C
Read about career achievement our MS PA graduate.
Hila Refael, PA Student & Edward Guiliano Scholarship Recipient, Interns at Wolfson Hospital, Israel
Hila Refael recounts her experiences as a medical intern at Save a Child's Heath at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon, Israel.
MS Clinical Nutrition Alum Profile: Alix Small, MS, RD, CDN
Blog | Feb 27, 2018
Alix Small, MS, RD, CDN completed the MS in Clinical Nutrition and Certificate in Global Health in 2012 and is now a Neonatal Dietitian at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian.