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Rabbi Moses Krupka had delivered many invocations before as executive vice president of Touro College and while all of them were meaningful, the invocation he delivered at the start of Touro’s School of Health Sciences-Manhattan Physician Assistant White Coat Ceremony on May 9 was especially powerful. Among the 42 graduates of the Class of 2019 was Rabbi Krupka’s daughter, Elka Epstein.
For their final research project, one group of School of Health Sciences occupational therapy students studied their fellow student. Entitled, “Metamorphosis from Student to Therapist: A Case Study,” the project looked at a promising occupational therapy student and the challenges she faced on her way to graduation.
The thirty members of the class of 2019 Touro’s School of Health Sciences Physician Assistant Winthrop Extension Center (WEC) took a huge leap in their medical journey when they donned their white coat in a ceremony held at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center on January 11. The ceremony marked their graduation from their program. After class members sit for the boards, they will move on to work as physician assistants in hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices across the US.
Staff Sergeant David Rivera, a student at the School of Health Sciences Physician Assistant-Manhattan program, has been a member of the United States Army Reservists for the last 15 years.