NYU School of Medicine

Debtless docs debut at tuition-free LI med school

By GREGORY ZELLER // Future doctors ceremoniously started their medical educations at schools around the world July 26, but the “white coat ceremony” at one Long Island institute held a singular significance. It was the very first for the NYU Long Island School of Medicine, New York University’s newly accredited med-ed mecca. Part of the NYU Langone Health system, the LISOM received preliminary accreditation in February from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the U.S….

SBU races ahead of the curve with three-year MD

By GREGORY ZELLER // A new medical-training curriculum will allow Stony Brook Medicine students to complete their MDs a year faster. The SBU School of Medicine has introduced a peppier alternative course load that lets students earn their medical degrees in three years instead of the traditional four – the first sped-up MD program on Long Island and just the second in New York State, according to the SUNY medical school. Stony Brook Medicine’s three-year…

NYU Langone Health doubles down in Huntington

By GREGORY ZELLER // Already knee-deep in word-class medical science, Long Island healthcare has been bolstered by the arrival of a nationally renowned cancer center. Brandishing the bold slogan “We can cure cancer in our lifetime,” NYU Langone’s Perlmutter Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute-designated research and treatment center, is expanding its clinical and laboratory activities on Long Island with the opening of a state-of-the-art Huntington facility. Complementing existing Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center…