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The agenda for the New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group's symposium reflects the multidisciplinary nature of the group's membership. Nationally renowned speakers will address some of the most controversial aspects in the management of breast cancer.
NYAM is pleased to welcome Kenneth Tomecki, MD, as the 2015 Howard Fox Memorial Lecture speaker. Please plan to join us for Dr. Tomecki's lecture, "What's New in Dermatological Therapy".
Session will highlight new and updated information on dermatologic therapy, all of it clinically germane and directly applicable to patient care.
The Section on Dentistry and Oral Health welcomes all oral and maxillofacial surgery residents from the greater New York area to attend this special event.
1. To provide a platform for constructive dialogue between stakeholders in the development, implementation and use of clinical guidelines.
2. To enhance successful uptake, implementation and use of clinical guidelines through fostering ongoing collaboration between relevant stakeholders.
Bangladesh Urban Health Network (BUHN) and Eminence joins pre-eminent organizations in Toronto, New York, Boston, Amsterdam, Baltimore, Belo Horizonte, Vancouver and Nairobi to welcome academics, policymakers and advocates to advance the generation, exchange, and application of high quality urban health knowledge across academics, policy makers, implementers, and communities to attain health equity in urban settings worldwide.
Plan to join us for NYAM’s annual Pediatric Trainee Night. Residents and fellows from pediatric programs in the metropolitan area will present clinical and scientific papers representing original research. A panel of judges will recognize top presentations.
Please check back in February for presenter information.
Please plan to join us for this special evening of short talks on the history of medicine and public health. Presenters and topics will be posted in early February.
It’s commonly said that “you are what you eat.” These days, we tend to mean that if you consume the right foods, containing the right nutrients, you’ll tend to be healthy and live long. But some centuries ago, other sensibilities were available that helped define the nature and causes of human character, individual and collective. In his talk, Dr. Shapin discusses one of the more familiar examples of this analogical and causal mode of reasoning in the period from the 16th to the 18th centuries—why beef-eating made the English who they were.
With 17,000 square feet of dedicated event and conference space in a landmark building on Manhattan's Museum Mile, The New York Academy of Medicine Conference Center has the perfect space for your professional meeting, event or gala.
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The New York Academy of Medicine is conveniently located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan on Museum Mile across the street from Central Park.
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