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  • Realizing Rights for Women and Girls: Creating a Healthier World

    Conceived by physicians and educators, this important event spotlights the complex interactions between health and human rights for women and girls, and explores topics ranging from gender-based violence, trafficking, and human rights violations in the context of war and asylum, to women's access to education, legal system and economic participation. More
  • Spinal Cord Injury Research Funding Will Support Science, Bring Hope

    The Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) congratulate the New York State Legislature and Governor Cuomo for adding $7 million to the Spinal Cord Research Injury Program (SCIRP) in the 2014-2015 state budget. This funding will support neurological research at New York’s 16 Academic Medical Centers and other research institutions statewide. More
  • Medical School Deans Urge New York State to Invest in Biomedical Research and Entrepreneurship

    Led by four medical school deans and three star research scientists, the Associated Medical Schools of New York descended on Albany on March 12 for its annual advocacy day. AMSNY met with distinguished legislators and policymakers, including Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, Assembly Majority Leader Joseph Morelle, Senate Health Committee Chair Kemp Hannon, Health Commissioner Dr. More
  • March 2014 News from the Medical Schools: Medical Education & Physician Workforce

    The Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) brings you the following compilation of the most recent updates and news on medical education and the physician workforce from the medical schools.  More
  • New York Champions of Health Awards

    The New York Champions of Health Awards brings together distinguished physicians, corporate leaders in the healthcare and the hospital industry, the deans and diversity officers of New York's medical schools, and the New York philanthropy community. Also attending are minority medical students and young physicians--the next generation of physician leaders.   More
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