Table of Contents January/February 2011
A message from Dean & CEO Robert I. Grossman, MD
Building on a unique, enduring legacy, the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine forges a new chapter in its history.
Enhanced services, state-of-the-art equipment, and a much larger facility will better serve patients and caregivers.
For would-be mothers, NYU Langone’s Fertility Center makes dreams come true.
Q&A with Dr. Henry Black, director of NYU Langone’s Hypertension Program.
How the Sackler Institute created one of the nation’s most heterogeneous student bodies.
A young tourist finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time, until her life is saved by just the right surgeon.
When a street sign was recently installed on the northwest corner of 30th Street and First Avenue, it was only fitting that it read: “Dr. Saul J. Farber Way.”
The New York Simulation Center for Health Sciences, one of the largest training facilities of its kind in the country, will open at Bellevue Hospital in September.
The newest of NYU Langone’s satellite medical practices opened last October in White Plains, New York.
A study co-led by NYU Langone researchers found that instructions on boxes and bottles of over-the-counter medicine for children are confusing to parents.
Many doctors prescribe a daily low-dose aspirin to help prevent a heart attack. Can the wonder drug live up to its nickname even more by protecting us against cancer too?
Learning to recognize asthma symptoms is a key component of Asthma Self-Management for Adolescents, an eight-week program designed to help teenagers better control their asthma and avoid attacks.
A conversation with Dr. Jamie Grifo, director of NYU Langone’s Fertility Center.