Dr. Marc Cohen Joins Podiatric Scientific Mission for Twelve Days in Israel

Dr. Marc Cohen in Israel to join APF's Podiatric Scientific Mission

Dr. Marc Cohen in Israel to join APF’s Podiatric Scientific Mission

Dr. Marc Cohen of Marlboro Podiatry Center in Manalapan, NJ recently traveled to Israel to join APF’s (American Healthcare Professionals & Friends for Medicine in Israel) Podiatric Scientific Mission in Israel. The goal of the APF is to form relationships between American physicians and Israeli physicians; and to encourage the exchange of ideas and techniques. During the 12 day visit, Cohen joined more than 25 podiatric surgeons who participated in this mission.

A particular highlight was the educational lectures and workshops at the three major medical centers visited during the mission. At Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa, the trauma coordinator gave a rare and unforgettable look at their underground fortified facility. In addition to Rambam’s lectures and educational experiences, Cohen participated in tours and workshops at the Medical Center of the Galilee and Soroka Medical Center in Be’er Sheva.

Marc Cohen, DPM has been an ABPM Diplomate since 1991.

Source: PM News, Online 

TRaIN Conference On Avoiding Amputation Led by Founding Dean, Dr. Lawrence Harkless

TRaIN Conference

(L-R) Drs. Lester J. Jones, John Carson, John Williams, Sara Dahle, Darren Saltzman, and Lawrence Harkless

A Tuesday Rounds and Intercollegial Networking (TRaIN) Conference on the topic “Prioritizing Risk Factors to Avoid Amputation” was provided January 5, 2016 by Founding Dean, Lawrence B. Harkless. The learning objectives included (1) citing the risk factors for ulcers; (2) Listing the risk spectrum for vascular disease; (3) predicting the likelihood for limb salvage versus amputation based on the vascular risk spectrum.

Visiting Faculty included Darren Saltzman, MD from the Chief and General Surgery Residency Program and student rotations for Podiatric Medical Students at Olive View UCLA Medical Center, Dr. Carson, Chief of Vascular Surgery at the VA, Sacramento, Sara Dahle, DPM Chief of Podiatry at the VA, Sacramento, and John Williams, DPM at the VA Sacramento. This is a weekly conference that is provided via the web with participants from WesternU CPM Faculty and students as well as 3rd-year students from The Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. 

Dr. Sara Dahle since 2012 has been board certified with the ABPM since 1994, Dr. Lawrence Harkless, and Dr. Lester Jones since 1985.

Source: Podiatry Management News, Online


Dr. Anthony Iorio and NYCPM’s Public Health Club Donate Shoes to West Harlem Residence

(L-R) Jocelyn Cuff,  Asher Wiederkehr, Dr. Anthony Iorio, Michael Paula, and Erato Giokas.

(L-R) Jocelyn Cuff, Asher Wiederkehr, Dr. Anthony Iorio, Michael Paula, and Erato Giokas.

Dr. Anthony Iorio joined the NYCPM student Public Health Club in their holiday-season shoe drive. The club fulfilled their goal and donated a big box full of shoes to the West Harlem Residence, a temporary shelter for homeless families on West 143rd Street in Manhattan.

Present at the donation were: Jocelyn Cuff, director of the West Harlem Residence; Asher Wiederkehr (Class of 2107), club vice president; Anthony Iorio, DPM, MPH, the club’s faculty advisor; Michael Paula (2018); and Erato Giokas (2018), who does community outreach for the club. Manshiben Patel (2017) is club president

Dr. Anthony Iorio has been a board certified diplomate of the ABPM since 1994.

Source: Podiatry Management News, Online

Founder, Dr. Daniel Margolin, Participates in the 30th Annual Shoes for the Needy Drive

Dr. Daniel Margolin (R), founder of Shoes for the Needy Drive

Dr. Daniel Margolin (R), founder of Shoes for the Needy Drive

New Jersey Foot and Ankle Centers are in their 30th year of their annual Shoes for the Needy Drive. Dr. Daniel Margolin started the drive as a way to help individuals in need during the winter months by supplying shoes to various charities, church groups, and organizations.  Over the years, they have collected tens of thousands of shoes. So far, they have donated 33 boxes and bags of shoes to organizations like Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and the Harlem Community Center.

Daniel Margolin, DPM has been a board certified diplomate with the ABPM since 1993.

Source: Podiatry Management News, Online



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