Sound Shore Medical Center (SSMC) Residency Program recently had three of its residents selected to present at the American Medical Association-Resident and Fellows’ Research Symposium in Honolulu. Each year, hundreds of abstracts are submitted by residents and medical students with the hope of earning a coveted opportunity to present their case studies.
Principal Investigators Richa Aggarwal M.D. and Alexis Ferguson M.D. presented their posters in the clinical vignette section and Diana DeJesus M.D., Sound Shore Medical Center co-chief resident, presented her poster in the research category.
YWCA GEMS PROGRAM of White Plains recently received a $10,000 one-year grant from The Avon Foundation for Women to provide highly engaging enrichment and academic activities to girls ages 6-18, to build self-esteem, learn and sustain leadership skills, foster good citizenship and achieve academically. It’s the first year that the GEMS Program has received Avon Foundation funding to support its work.