Resident Tony Lin, MD (left), with associate program director Robert Macek, MD, gained valuable experience rotating through sites including a cancer center, sports medicine institute and children’s hospital.
During your rotations, you’ll train with expert physicians in a multitude of clinical settings, acquiring the skills you need to confidently practice in any setting.
This rotation places you on the front lines of the region’s busiest emergency room, where you’ll work alongside board-certified physicians to gain competence in the initial management of medical emergencies.
Your training in endocrinology takes you to New York State’s largest academic diabetic unit, where you’ll work with a world-renowned expert on diabetes and obesity to manage and treat patients with a variety of endocrine disorders.
Working with a recognized leader in headache treatment and research, you’ll learn to how to recognize the most common primary headaches, differentiate between primary and secondary headaches and manage a variety of neurological disorders.