Interviews with Osteopathic physicians on how their trials and tribulations got them to where they are! Geared towards osteopathic students but also for all healthcare students, pre-medical students, practicing physicians as well as anyone else interested in medicine. Team: Hadia Tariq, Akito Nicol, Marichelle Pita, Thomas Jasionowski
Episode 2: Mathew Nelson D.O. Emergency Medicine Program Director
Dr. Matt Nelson is an emergency medicine physician who received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from NYITCOM in 2001 and trained in emergency medicine at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset. He was selected as chief resident in his final year and subsequently completed a fellowship in emergency ultrasound.
In addition to his numerous publications, he became program director of the prestigious emergency medicine residency at North Shore/LIJ-Zucker School of Medicine in 2014. As program director, Dr. Nelson has selected and trained hundreds of EM physicians, both DO and MD, over his career. By reputation, both medical students and residents feel that their love of emergency medicine was fostered by Dr. Nelson and feel that their training would not be complete if he were not there to guide them in their training. Today, Dr. Nelson will not only shed light on his personal path to success but also give insight into what a residency looks for, particularly for osteopathic students, especially with the new changes recently instated by the NBME and USMLE.
Episode 6: Ryan Moncman D.O. Neurosurgery Resident
This is our first episode in our new resident series.
In this episode, we will be talking with Dr. Ryan Moncman, a neurosurgical resident at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Episode 7: Matthew Rosenzweig D.O. Surgical Transplant Fellow
This is the second episode in our new resident series.
In this episode, we will be talking with Dr. Matthew Rosenzweig, an incoming abdominal transplant fellow at Baylor University Medical Center in Texas.
Episode 8: Colleen McCally D.O. Anesthesiologist
Dr. Colleen McCally graduated from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2006 and went on to specialize in anesthesiology. She completed her residency at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Columbia Hospital and her fellowship at the New York School of Regional Anesthesia. In addition to practicing clinical anesthesiology, she is also the assistant director of East Shore Ambulatory Surgical Center.
In this episode, we will discuss her career successes and her fulfilling work-life balance.
Episode 9: Jason Golbin D.O. Vice President of CHS and Pulmonologist
Dr. Jason Golbin is the system chief quality officer and senior vice president of the Catholic Health Services of Long Island. Not only does Dr. Golbin oversee thousands of executive decisions, he is also board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonology, sleep medicine, critical care, as well as neuro-critical care. He obtained his medical degree from NYITCOM. He completed his internal medicine residency at Lenox Hill and went on to finish his fellowship at the prestigious Mayo Clinic.
We hope that his interview will give you insight into medical administration.
Episode 10: Mirtha Macri D.O. Emergency Medicine Physician
Dr. Mirtha Macri is an emergency medicine physician in the new Netflix hit series "Lenox Hill."
She graduated from NYITCOM in 2008 and subsequently completed her residency at St. Luke's Hospital, now known as Mt. Sinai West. Dr. Macri will discuss important attributes needed for an emergency medicine physician, insight and tips into the residency process, her perspective on an osteopathic education, and her dedication to helping the underserved.
A great listen!
I really loved hearing the stories of some of the physicians who were interviewed! They each had a unique path that brought the to where they are now. Each episode provides current and prospective medical students with great insight on what to expect!
Excited for osteopathy!
I enjoy this series a lot! Great insight from osteopathic physicians. Very excited to continue my journey as a D.O. student. Looking forward to more content!
Must-listen for all osteopathic medical students
This podcast has been extremely helpful with solidifying my specialty of choice and gaining insight into what is to come as an osteopathic medical student. It is incredibly informative with diverse guests (all DOs) and is a fantastic advocate for the profession.