Featured Stories tagged with "research"

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For college students, internships are valued opportunities that provide learning experience and hands-on training in chosen professions. This summer, dozens of LCM students took advantage of their free time to participate in major-related internships that gave them a taste of their future careers. Here are some of their stories. 
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“I was always fascinated by the brain,” begins Daniel Bentley, LCM ’14. “Every little new discovery leads to many more question.”
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During his internship at Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Department of Radiation Oncology, Simon Dadoun was involved in clinical research for prostrate cancer. 
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As soon-to-be LCM grad Cheskie Rosenzweig astutely observes, racism and prejudice in America have become relatively subtler to detect, but are far from eliminated in our consciousness. “It’s more about the smaller social biases that people have that they’re sometimes not even aware of,” he says.
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The universe is constantly in motion, from the deepest galaxy to its tiniest atom. LCM Class of 2012 graduate Ariel Hochster put this idea into psychological practice while at Touro. Along with classmates and Professor Lieb Litman, the Queens native and current Kean University Psy.D candidate conducted groundbreaking research in the area of conjoined analysis. It’s a method that uses computer software to help parcel out surveyed responses to questions with myriad variables, rather than arriving at conclusions about human behavior through conventional, fixed experiments. 
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Marc Ganz, a pre-med student at LCM, had a busy summer. While he worked as an assistant at an endocrinology lab at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine, he shadowed an orthopedic surgeon and worked as an EMT.
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Andrew Weinberger’s brother was one of the first graduates of Lander College for Men. He’s keeping to the family tradition and he’s currently a biology major at the college. Weinberger performed research at Jewish General Hospital in Montreal; he also shadowed an emergency room doctor and spent ten days in Russia with Touro’s Summer Program in Moscow.