Chiropractor tapped by Cornell, Einstein medical schools
June 17, 2011 — New York Chiropractic College’s (NYCC) first Master of Science in Clinical Anatomy (MSCA) fellow, Kathy Dooley, DC, accepted a teaching consultant (adjunct professor) position at Cornell Medical College and Einstein College of Medicine and will be teaching gross anatomy lab to medical students at both colleges.
Dooley intends to further develop her teaching skills at the medical colleges while building a practice in chiropractic and acupuncture. Having earned a chiropractic degree in 2007 and begun her acupuncture studies at the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine of NYCC — a program she called “fantastic” — she now plans to complete her acupuncture master’s course work in New York City while practicing and teaching.
“I am so immensely grateful to the faculty and staff of NYCC. Without amazing mentors like Dr. Rob Walker my life would not have been possible. I am extremely happy, and doors seem to be flying open due to my experience gained at NYCC in the MSCA program,” she said.
Source: New York Chiropractic College, www.nycc.edu