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Dr. Patricia Burke Chosen President-Elect of NY League for Nursing

July 25, 2016

Dr. Patricia Burke, Associate Professor of Nursing at Touro College School of Health Sciences (SHS), was chosen President-elect of the New York League for Nursing (NYLN), a professional organization for academic leaders in nursing education. 

Touro Mourns Passing of Professor Gisele Oliveira

June 08, 2016

We are saddened by the loss of one of our professors, Gisele Oliveira, Ph.D., who passed away on March 31st. Dr. Oliveira was an assistant professor and director of research in the Master's Program in Speech-Language Pathology.

Experts from School of Health Sciences Teach Fall-Prevention Tips to Suffolk’s Seniors

May 19, 2016

New York, N.Y. - Faculty experts from Touro College School of Health Sciences partnered with Suffolk County Department of Health (DOH) recently for a community-wide fall prevention program called “Stepping On: Building Confidence, Reducing Falls, and Staying Independent for Life.”

Touro College School of Health Sciences Hosts Health Fair and CarFIT Screenings

May 06, 2016

New York, N.Y. – Students, faculty, and administrators from Touro College School of Health Sciences (SHS) welcomed members of the community to its third annual Spring Forward into Health free health fair at the School’s Bay Shore campus.

Focusing on the Past Can Hurt your GPA

May 03, 2016

New York, NY -- Graduate students who focused on negative problems in the past performed worse academically than their peers who focused on the present or the future, according to a study that was presented here at Touro College Research Day.

Women May Benefit from Fall Screening at Any Age

May 03, 2016

New York, NY -- Physical therapists should consider screening women for fall risks, according to a study that was presented here at Touro College Research Day show.

African American Women Have Less Accurate Mammograms

May 03, 2016

New York, N.Y. -- African American women are referred for fewer breast biopsies after having a mammogram than white women, yet they have a higher rate of unnecessary biopsies or false positive results, according to a study presented here at Touro College Research Day.

Dr. Arthur Freeman Named Chair of Touro College Graduate Department of Behavioral Science

April 12, 2016

New York, N.Y. – Dr. Arthur (Art) Freeman was appointed Chair of the Touro College Graduate Department of Behavioral Science (DBS) and Program Director of the School Psychology Program, Dr. Louis H. Primavera, Dean of the School of Health Sciences announced today.

The Forgotten Patient: Learning to Treat Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

April 05, 2016

New York, N.Y. - Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) face social, emotional, and intellectual challenges every day, and many of those challenges can be met through early intervention and special education programs.

Obese People Burn Calories Less Efficiently, Even After Weight Loss Surgery

March 07, 2016

New York, New York- Having a hard time losing weight? It just might be your metabolism after all, new research from Touro College suggests.