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NYAM Fellows embody the highest levels of achievement and leadership in the fields of urban health, science, social work, nursing, education, law, medicine and research. Fellows are an elite group of health professionals of the utmost distinction who, taken together, comprise a body of knowledge, expertise and commitment that is the foundation of NYAM's strength. They are leaders in thought, action and vision who have dedicated their lives and careers to working to improve the health of the public.
NYAM concluded its Summer 2014 student grant program with a research presentation by this year’s grant recipients at the annual Medical Student Forum. The students presented their research projects and findings to an audience of their mentors and peers, members of the grant selection committees, and NYAM researchers.
Claire Pomeroy, MD, MBA, President of the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, will deliver the 167th Anniversary Discourse at NYAM on November 6 on the topic of “How Research Does and Should Inform Clinical Practice.”
The New York Academy of Medicine announces the recipients of its prestigious annual NYAM Awards for distinguished contributions by individuals in health policy, public health, clinical practice, biomedical research, and an individual who has made significant contributions to NYAM.
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