NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE
TO HONOR TWO COLLEGE LEADERS
AT ANNUAL FOUNDER’S DINNER
June 14, 2012
Medical College will honor its Chief Executive Officer, Karl
P. Adler, M.D., and Dean and Provost, Ralph A. O’Connell,
M.D., at its annual fundraising gala, the Founder’s Dinner.
The black tie event will take place on Thursday, June 14 at
the Glen Island Harbour Club, New Rochelle, New York.
Dr. Adler has
served as New York Medical College’s chief executive officer
since 2007; as its president from 2007 to 2011; as dean of
the School of Medicine and vice president for medical
affairs from 1987 to 1994; and as professor of medicine from
1981 to the present. Dr. O’Connell has served as New York
Medical College’s provost and dean of the School of Medicine
since 1996; as professor of psychiatry since 1993; and as a
member of the faculty from 1980 to the present. Both
gentlemen will receive the William Cullen Bryant Award.
Named for the College’s founder, the award recognizes
information, please contact the Office of Development and
Alumni Relations at (914) 594-4550 or
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Since its founding in 1860, New York Medical College
has provided more than 17,000 graduates with an opportunity
to pursue their dreams of becoming superlative physicians,
health sciences researchers, and healthcare administrators.
With almost 15,000 alumni living in every state and many
nations, we make a difference in the way people teach,
learn, practice, and experience health care all over the
world. Today, as part of the
Touro College and University System, it is one of the
nation’s oldest and largest private health sciences
universities, offering advanced degrees in medicine, science
and the health professions.