This position primarily consists of performing animal husbandry duties, including but not limited to, cleaning lab animal caging, providing food and water, perform cage change-outs and maintaining a clean and organized environment. The technician will be expected to maintain daily room records and report any issues concerning lab animal welfare or the room environment to the Supervisor.
The coordinator provides administrative support to the Director and other professional staff working in the Office of Student Mental Health and Wellness. In addition to general administrative support, the coordinator provides assistance with the budget as well as scheduling meetings and event planning. They demonstrate excellent verbal and communication skills and able to assist all parties that interface with the Office. Due to the nature of the department, this can involve handling sensitive situations requiring a high degree of discretion and understanding of confidentiality guidelines. They serve as a liaison and ensures effective communication between the department and other administrative offices throughout the College and external vendors and partners.
The Director of the Office of Student Academic Support is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing all academic support programs impacting the School of Medicine, School of Health Sciences and Practice, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and Touro College of Dental Medicine. The Director of Academic Support Programs (DASP) must be aware of academic requirements in all NYMC programs and communicate regularly with Course Directors, Deans, Program Directors, and students to identify student academic support needs and ensure programs are in place to meet needs. The DASP is also responsible for assessing program effectiveness and continuous quality improvement. The DASP must effectively oversee and direct the daily operations of a team of six professionals including specialists for academic support, and accommodations and disability services.
New York Medical College (NYMC) located in Valhalla, NY is seeking a detail-oriented communications professional to join the public relations team to serve as the office administrator. The ideal candidate will have exceptional organization and communication skills as well the ability to multitask and adhere to tight deadlines. The individual in this position will play an integral role on the communications team and will assist with all communications initiatives and office management.
The Gao lab in Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy is interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying prostate cancer progression, with a focus on investigating how epigenetic modulators contribute to the drug resistance. The lab assistant will be responsible for maintaining the lab, assisting with tissue culture, molecular biology (PCR, DNA/RNA preps, westerns, etc.). The PI will supervise. The successful candidate should be a self-motivated individual with strong creative and critical thinking, and a detail-oriented team player.
The part-time Digital Content Creator position is responsible for creating and editing video content for social media that reflects the vision, mission and brand of the College. This position is responsible for coordinating, producing, recording and editing short videos, reels and stories to be used on the College’s social media accounts, YouTube channel, digital advertising, or any digital marketing campaigns. This position will also assist in ensuring that all videos support NYMC’s core messaging and that the College brand is effectively communicated to foster engagement and increase overall NYMC’s brand awareness. Must be able to work on our Valhalla campus.
Up to 20 hours per week as needed (a flexible work schedule is provided) at a rate of $20 per hour.
The Department of Pathology, Microbiology, & Immunology at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY, is seeking a part-time research associate. The researcher will join an NIH-funded inter-disciplinary project that studies diagnostic markers in fungal pathogens. There will be many opportunities for skill enhancements and to make valuable contributions. The job encompasses assistance with oversight of the laboratory, sample management, inventory control, planning and performance of experiments, data analysis and interpretations, and scientific communications in person and in publications.
The Li Lab is seeking for a research assistant who has excellent human cell culture skill and is interested in functional genomics and/or cancer biology to join us on a NIH funded project.
We study stress response pathways and protein quality control mechanisms in physiological and pathological conditions. Our lab combines unbiased genomics (transcriptomics and epigenomics) and functional genomics (CRISPR screen) with mechanistic study using genetics, cellular and molecular biological approaches. The successful applicant will perform experiments with the guidance from the principal investigator and a postdoctoral fellow. The research assistant will participate in the laboratory organization and training of new lab members.
The project uses human cancer cells as the primary model and investigates the relationships between proteostasis, energy metabolism and genome stability. Opportunities are available for working with C. elegans and mouse models as well.
The Phase Two/Three Curriculum Administrator is responsible for the overall management and coordination of tasks associated with the high functioning of the medical education program related to phases two and three of the MD Program. The administrator will work collaboratively with other members of the UME Office, Education Technology, Office of Data Analytics, as well as course and clerkship directors, program administrators, and students. This role requires that the incumbent understand school of medicine policies related to student clinical programs and the curricular goals, and standards of the student clinical programs.
Mechanism of Chemoreflex and Baroreflex alterations causinq Postural Tachvcardia Syndrome in POTS patients with orthostatic hvperpnea and hypocapnia
The job will involve participation in most aspects of research pertinentto our current NIH funding which involves real time measurements of blood flow and the effects of drugs in out-patient human subjects, peroneal microneurography, cerebral oximetry, and performing tilt table tests on research subjects.
The Technical Assistant is a full-time union position at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY (Westchester County) responsible for providing support to the Information Management Department in the Phillip Capozzi, MD Library and the Educational Media unit of Information Technology. The incumbent will work closely with and report to both the Assistant Director, Information Management and the Manager, Educational Media. The ideal candidate will have strong technical abilities across multiple platforms, including audio-visual.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 2pm-10pm and Friday work from home.
New York Medical College ("NYMC" or "College") is accepting applications for a per diem, Licensed Clinical Social Worker ("LCSW") in the Office of Student Mental Health and Wellness ("SMHW"). Our team plays an integral role in student success and is focused on providing mental health and wellness support to students in all graduate programs of the College. The per diem LCSW will assume a variety of direct clinical responsibilities, including, but not limited to, initial assessments and triage; time-limited psychotherapy and supportive counseling; identification of, and liaison to, outside psychological resources and social supports; implementation of focused support groups; and ongoing contact and support for high-risk students who have been referred to community resources. This role also includes establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with diverse campus constituencies including students, administration, faculty, and staff.
The Search Committee invites applications and nominations for the position of the Dean of the School of Medicine of New York Medical College (NYMC).
The Dean will work closely with department chairs, the faculty, and other constituents to lead, support, and sustain the school’s vision, philosophy, and mission as it relates to our academic and research goals. We seek a leader with vision and determination.
NYMC, founded in 1860, is a private, non-profit, and limited mission health science university committed to the education of professional and graduate students. In 2011, NYMC joined Touro University - the largest private university in the US under Jewish auspices. NYMC is located in Westchester County, New York.
We educate students who are highly qualified to assume leadership roles in the fields of health care and biomedical research. Advanced degrees are awarded from the School of Medicine (M.D.), the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (M.S., Ph.D.) the School of Health Sciences and Practice (M.S. in Speech Pathology, M.S. in Biostatistics, M.S. in Biomedical Ethics, M.P.H.., D.P.T, Dr.P.H), and the Touro College of Dental Medicine at NYMC (D.D.S.). Currently, there are 1800 students: about 800 in the School of Medicine and 1000 in the other three schools. We recently announced a merger with the Lovelace Biomedical Research Institute of Albuquerque, New Mexico which will significantly enlarge our biomedical research program.
Our partnership with Touro, with undergraduate campuses and schools of law, psychology, education, social work, business, and two schools of pharmacy and four and soon-to-be five osteopathic medical schools present multiple opportunities for interprofessional education and dual degrees.
The candidate for Dean should have an M.D. or Ph.D. degree and be an experienced and knowledgeable leader with a national reputation and a record of outstanding accomplishments who will be able to identify with the missions of NYMC. This candidate should possess a commitment to medical education; a commitment to research excellence, scholarship, and service; have a proven record of administrative leadership; and a record of attracting and hiring a talented and diverse faculty with a strong commitment to diversity in leadership and the ability to work with a varied group of educators and stakeholders.
THE COLLEGE AND THE SCHOOL
New York Medical College (NYMC) was founded in 1860 in Lower Manhattan. By the 1920s NYMC has moved uptown to 106th Street and Broadway and much of the clinical teaching was done at the Flower (named after a Governor of New York) and Fifth Avenue Hospitals and, hence, it was frequently referred to as the "Flower Fifth Avenue Medical School". NYMC was the first white majority medical school to offer scholarships to African Americans (1928) and completely ignored the prevailing anti Semitic admissions quotas prevalent in U.S. medical schools from the 1920s to the 1960s. In 1971, NYMC became part of the New York Roman Catholic Archdiocesan health system and the College moved to Westchester County, New York. After approximately 40 years of a relationship with the Church, NYMC joined Touro University - the largest private university in the US under Jewish auspices. NYMC is a member of a small club: the 1% of the colleges and universities in the US which are limited mission health sciences universities. Our new partnership with the Lovelace Biomedical Research Institute and Touro, with undergraduate campuses and schools of law, psychology, education, social work, business, and two schools of pharmacy and four and soon-to-be five osteopathic medical schools, present multiple opportunities for interprofessional education and dual degrees.
We have approximately 1300 employees, more than 1800 students, 900 residents and fellows, and nearly 3,000 faculty members. We educate students who are highly qualified to assume leadership roles in the fields of health care and biomedical research. Advanced degrees are awarded from the School of Medicine (M.D.), the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (M.S., Ph.D.), the School of Health Sciences and Practice (M.S. in Speech Pathology, M.S. in Biostatistics, M.S. in Bioethics, M.P.H., D.P.T, Dr.P.H), and the Touro College of Dental Medicine at New York Medical College (D.D.S.).
Each entering medical school class is about 214 students. We receive 12,000-14,000 applications each year (one of the largest applicant pools in the U.S.). The average MCAT of the entering class is 515 and the average GPA is ~3.6. Typically, 5-15% of the entering medical school class is from California with similar percentages from Florida, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey; about 1/3rd to 1/2 of the class are New Yorkers.
The major teaching hospitals for the School of Medicine are: 1) Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla NY: Immediately next to the College; 635 beds, Level I Trauma Center; Full-service hospital structured as a public benefit corporation; 2) Metropolitan Hospital Medical Center, East Harlem, Manhattan, NY: NYMC's teaching hospital since 1875 -the longest relationship of a private medical school with a public teaching hospital in US. history 356 beds, a Health, and Hospitals Corporation of New York teaching hospital; 3) The Hudson Valley (NY) VA Medical Center; 4) The Bronx (NY) VA Medical Center; (5) Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx NY, also a Health and Hospitals of New York hospital. There are other hospitals in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey that are in our network of academic affiliates.
The total value of sponsored research and other programs under management at NYMC is more than $21 million. Biomedical science, translational and clinical research activities are funded by the National Institutes of Health, corporations, and other sources. Research strengths are in cardiovascular disease, cancer, disaster medicine, kidney disease, the neurosciences, and infectious diseases. In the public health arena, researchers contribute expertise and leadership in environmental health sciences and in disaster management, including psychiatric illnesses and stress related to trauma, mass casualty events, and terrorism. Our clinical trials unit supports our research efforts. A biotechnology incubator is located on the west side of our campus which hosts multiple companies.
The New York Medical College is a health sciences university whose purpose is to educate physicians, scientists, public health specialists and other health professionals, and conduct biomedical and population-based research. Through its faculty and affiliated clinical partners, the College provides service to its community in an atmosphere of excellence, scholarship, and professionalism. New York Medical College believes that the rich diversity of its student body and faculty is important to its mission of educating outstanding health professionals for the multicultural world of the 21st century.
The Department of Speech-Language Pathology in the School of Health Sciences and Practice and Institute of Public Health at New York Medical College invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor. The Department offers an innovative, medically oriented curriculum that leads to a Master of Science degree. The Department enjoys regular professional interactions with graduate programs within the School of Health Sciences and Practice, the School of Medicine, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and the Touro College of Dental Medicine. On-campus clinical sites include Westchester Medical Center, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, and the Division of Speech-Language Pathology of Boston Children’s Health Physicians, and the department’s on-campus clinic. We also work with numerous hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and private practice clinics, providing opportunities for research collaboration.
Under the general supervision of the Director, plans, conducts and supervises research requiring fundamental scientific knowledge and advanced knowledge toxicology, biology, and/or infectious disease.
This position is working directly for Lovelace Biomedical in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Please visit the website at: Gene Therapy Albuquerque | New Mexico Contract Research Laboratory (lovelacebiomedical.org)
A professional and productive clinical educational coordinator (CEC) plays a significant role in the day-to-day administration of a successful medical student education program. The CEC understands the goals of the clerkship and post clerkship phases of the M.D. Program, the mission of the SOM, and specific needs of medical students. The CEC provides direct support to the clerkship director in the department of medicine and is the first point of contact for students and faculty involved in the medical student clerkship and related elective programs within a specialty. The CEC is also a central point of contact for faculty and administrators from affiliated clinical sites where students are assigned to the Medicine clerkship and related electives and medicine subinternship.
The adult/family nurse practitioner (NP) provides health services for students and employees of NYMC. The NP is responsible for the provision of excellent health care and for implementing the policies and procedures of NYMC Health Services as set forth by the Director of Health Services. NYMC Health Services provides an Occupational Health Program for select employees. The NP is responsible for implementing and evaluating the procedures of the Occupational Health Program in collaboration with the Director of Health Services and the Department of Environmental Health and Safety.
The Research Technician positon is to support the ongoing operations within Translational Research Laboratory in the Division of Hematology and Oncology. The primary activities of the Translational Research Laboratory will be to support correlative studies from ongoing clinical trials and facilitate specimen processing and collection from patients with cancer. The Research technician will be responsible for specimen processing and storage, maintenance of various databases, and performance of assays using collected specimens including ELISA, western blotting, RT-PCR, and flow cytometry.
Work in the field of molecular immunology (innate immunity), and/or endocrinology (obesity) utilizing mouse models and cell culture. The fellows will work under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI) on sponsored research projects performing standard and complex laboratory procedures. Successful candidates will be expected to possess attention to detail; be able to communicate effectively at all levels, exhibit initiative, work well with others and independently; comply with all applicable safety procedures
Assist the Office of Research Administration and Internal Review Board. Carry out accurately, and under pressure of deadlines, a wide range of administrative tasks in support of the research administration responsibilities of the office. Must have a positive outlook and maintain confidentiality.
A professional and productive clinical educational coordinator (CEC) plays a significant role in the day-to-day administration of a successful medical student education program. The CEC understands the goals of the clerkship and post clerkship phases of the M.D. Program, the mission of the SOM, and specific needs of medical students. The CEC provides direct support to the clerkship director in the department of Psychiatry and is the first point of contact for students and faculty involved in the medical student clerkship and related elective and research programs within a specialty. The CEC is also a central point of contact for faculty and administrators from affiliated clinical sites where students are assigned to the Psychiatry clerkship, electives and subinternship.
This position has a dual reporting function to the Psychiatry Department and Office of Undergraduate Medical Education.
Clinical Research Coordinator Nurse will work in the Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) with patients in clinical research studies. Incumbent will manage aspects of various research studies. Attention todetail, self-starter, organized as well as good communication skills. Applicant must adhere to patient confidentialityas well as oversees studies effectively and efficiently. Contributes to the implementation of specific protocols and the clinical management of patients on protocol. Collaborates with other disciplines in the obtaining and maintaining of informed consent/assent of patients on research protocols and prior to implementing invasive procedures. Interviews and screens patients for entry onto protocols. Monitors and documents response to therapy and communicates findings to principal investigators with recommendations for appropriate actions.
The Assistant Dean, Clinical Sciences (“ADCS”) for the New York Medical College (NYMC) School of Medicine (SOM) is responsible for the coordinated oversight and management of affiliated clinical sites in compliance with college policies and accreditation standards. In addition, the ADCS acts as the primary point of contact for appointed directors of phases 2 and 3 of the M.D. program, as well as other SOM Offices for administrative matters related to phases 2 and 3 of the M.D. Program.
In collaboration with the Assistant Dean for Basic Sciences, Associate Dean of Curriculum Integration and Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education, the ADCS assists with the central oversight of and continuous quality improvement of the M.D. curriculum. In addition, the ADCS partners with other members of the UME Office to provide consultation, support, and training for clinical faculty to enhance the teaching and learning experience within the M.D. Program.
Candidate will assist in the research performed in the lab of Dr. Sudhir Jain, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology.
The Internal Audit Manager will be responsible for conducting risk assessments, creating a disciplined approach through audit engagements. This position ensures governance and compliance controls are met, and that operating procedures are implemented. The Internal Audit Manager must display a strong level of integrity, leadership, organizational, detailed orientated, and analytical skills; and evaluate data in order to make decisions. This role must be able to interact with all levels of management to provide value added audit services that support management goals and objectives. The Internal Audit Manager must provide guidance to staff members during the audit engagements and evaluate the adequacy of internal controls and operational effectiveness, accuracy in compliance with all applicable directives and regulations.