The treatment represents a major advancement in the management of individuals with COPD because it is the first minimally invasive procedure to help emphysema sufferers breathe better without major surgery.
The event included 30 posters from projects led by medical students, residents, fellows, attending faculty, and the Department of Nursing across seven departments on the Weill Cornell Medicine, Lower Manhattan, and NYP-Queens campuses.
Dr. Mehta’s work in the city of Pune, which is a hub for academic excellence in India, will involve implementing geriatric palliative care education for interdisciplinary providers across various healthcare settings.
Dr. Sharaiha will oversee a newly expanded interventional group, as well as advanced endoscopy training at the NewYork-Presbyterian's Greenberg Pavilion and David H. Koch Center.
Building upon the division’s strong legacy in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Dr. Longman will oversee and expand clinical, research and educational activities at the JRC.
This award is bestowed by the Department of Nursing at NYP/WC in recognition of physicians who consistently practice with nursing and support staff in a collaborative, collegial, and respectful manner.
Rooted in a long tradition of championing the rights of older patients, the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine has remained at the forefront of medical and social advances for more than 20 years.
Medical students are afforded the opportunity of talking with seniors about all aspects of their lives, from physical and psychological challenges, to social activities and interpersonal relationships.
Experts in intensive care will see patients in follow-up after an ICU admission. This practice will focus on ensuring ICU survivors have everything they need to allow their fullest recovery.
Dr. Choi reviewed topics ranging from H1B visas, travel restrictions and the “dreamers,” to a predicted shortfall of 120,000 physicians in the U.S. by 2030.