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April 2014 Archives


Drs. Shivayogi and Bharti Bhusnurmath Join the International Society for Oncopathology 4/16/14

Drs. Shivayogi and Bharti Bhusnurmath were invited to join the International Society for Oncopathology (ISOPath) following three presentations they delivered at an ISOPath Continuing Medical Education Conference, held in early January at Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences in India.



SGU Alumnus Named NuHealth CEO 4/10/14

Recently appointed Chief Executive Officer of Nassau Health Care Corporation (NHCC) on Long Island, New York, St. George’s University alumnus Victor Politi MD SGU ’90 is directly responsible for managing a 430-bed hospital, a 530-bed nursing home, six qualified health care centers and several community ambulatory care centers.



Commitment, Collaboration, and Friendship Birth Endoscopy, Radiology and Oxygen Units at Grenada’s General Hospital 4/4/14

Three major hospital units – Endoscopy, Radiology, and Oxygen – were commissioned in Grenada General Hospital through the efforts of St. George’s University at a ceremony on March 17.



DVM  Student Published in Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 4/4/14

Deep within the lungs of cats, dogs, and a wide range of mammals lies the root of a worldwide clinical problem – heartworm. While diagnosis, preventatives, and awareness have increased worldwide, the potentially fatal infection continues to plague many pets around the world.



St. George’s University Clinical Students Shine on 2014 Match Day 4/1/14

Match Day 2014 guaranteed that once again St. George’s University School of Medicine doctors will have a long-term impact on health care in the United States.



Postgraduate Training Slots in Canada 4/1/14

St. George’s University’s bond with Canadian students and graduates is as strong as ever. Through the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS), 17 St. George’s University students matched with first-year residency positions in Canada and will begin their postgraduate training this summer.