Anid’s big promotion marks huge forward step for NYIT

By GREGORY ZELLER // Nearly a decade of successful leadership at one of NYIT’s most innovative schools has earned Nada Anid a major promotion. New York Institute of Technology President Hank Foley announced Thursday that Anid, dean of NYIT’s School of Engineering and Computing Sciences since 2009, has been promoted to vice president and will head up NYIT’s new Office of Strategic Communications and External Affairs. The promotion is effective immediately, with Anid continuing to…

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Panel walks the fine line of sports-tech innovation

By GREGORY ZELLER // Properly handled, technological innovation makes for good sports – and properly presented, good sports innovators make for an engaging panel discussion. So an audience of 30-plus members and guests were both educated and entertained Wednesday evening, when The Spur @ The Station – temporary summer home of The Spur, a private “co-working and entrepreneur’s club” – hosted an interactive conversation featuring four experts of tech innovation, as related to the wide…

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Pinning down patient comfort with Gamma Knife Icon

By GREGORY ZELLER // The latest precision instrument for targeting brain tumors – and only brain tumors – has come to Long Island. But the precision delivery of radiological treatments directly to malignant tissue is not the big breakthrough here – or perhaps even the most appealing upgrade for patients. Northwell Health’s Department of Neurosurgery and Department of Radiation Medicine have both installed cutting-edge stereotactic radiosurgery systems known as Gamma Knife Icon – another cutting-edge…

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