New York Medical College: Valhalla, New York

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  • The Department of Cell Biology offers training in cell biology and neuroscience leading to careers in academia and industry. Ongoing research includes studies of oncogene expression and cytokines; intracellular mechanisms of pulmonary arterial hypert... more >

  • The Department of Pathology offers a vigorous multidisciplinary milieu for training in pathology. They focus on the comprehensive study of the pathogenesis of human disease; this knowledge and the ability to apply it is critical to the ultimate preve... more >

  • The Department of Pharmacology emphasizes training in research methods for examining the mechanism of action of drugs at the systemic, cellular, and subcellular levels. Special efforts have been made to provide considerable flexibility in determining... more >

  • The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology provides students with a solid foundation in the concepts and applications of modern biochemistry and molecular biology. Areas of research include protein structure and function, enzyme reaction me... more >

  • The Department of Physiology provides students with an understanding of the function of the body's cells and organ systems and the mechanisms for regulation of these functions. Graduate training in physiology aims at providing students with an un... more >

  • Medical students who are interested in research or seriously considering a dual program are encouraged to begin research as early as possible, preferably during the summer period between first and second years. A Medical Student Research Elective Pro... more >

  • In the Department of Microbiology and Immunology students acquire a broad breadth of knowledge in microbiology, molecular biology, and immunology as well as depth in a particular elective field. The Department of Microbiology and Immunology does not... more >

  • This interdisciplinary program of study leads to the degree of Master of Science in Basic Medical Sciences. The student is exposed to a broad range of fields and is expected to develop an integrated knowledge that cuts across traditional disciplinary bou... more >

  • 54- credit Doctor of Public Health in Health Policy and Management... more >

  • Students accepted into the School of Medicine at New York Medical College may apply for admission to the M.P.H. program in the School of Health Sciences and Practice, thereby providing an opportunity to pursue both degree programs simultaneously. M.D./M... more >

  • A graduate of the MPH program in Environmental Health Science must satisfy the competencies listed below: Describe the features of water supplies, sources, and transmission systems. Describe water management approaches for specific water quality pr... more >

  • 46-credit Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy and Management. more >

  • Biostatisticians apply statistical methods to the design, analysis and interpretation of research studies in a variety of fields. Types of activities biostatisticians are involved in include developing and testing of new drugs, developing diagnostic and... more >

  • The most serious health problems in the U.S. today–heart disease, cancer, stroke–have substantial behavioral components. The MPH in Behavioral Sciences and Health Promotion enables students to develop the skills that are necessary to change behavior for... more >

  • A onlne and on-campus 15-credit Certificate in Emergency Preparedness. more >

  • Students learn to evaluate the determinents of diseases and disease intervention programs. more >

  • A problem-based learning, full-time, 3-year Doctor of Physical Therapy and dual DPT/Master of Public Health degrees. more >

  • 46-credit Master of Public Health in Environmental Health Science... more >

  • 15-credit Graduate Certificate in Industrial Hygiene... more >

  • Medically-oriented education and clinical practice 21-month MS in Speech-Language Pathology. more >