Biomedical Science

SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND NURSING

Chair of the Department
Seetha Tamma, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Biomedical Sciences;
Professor of Biomedical Sciences
Phone: 516-299-3047
E-mail: Seetha.Tamma@liu.edu

Graduate Enrollment Services Counselor
School of Health Professions and Nursing

Lorraine Tejpal, M.P.S.
Phone: 516-299-4094
E-mail: Lorraine.Tejpal@liu.edu

M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion


The Master of Science program in Cardiovascular Perfusion combines the resources of two centers of exceptional health care education: the Department of Biomedical Sciences at LIU Post in Brookville, N.Y. and the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at North Shore University Hospital (North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health Care System) Great Neck, N.Y. As a student in the program, you will complete 27 credits at LIU Post and 27 credits taught at North Shore University Hospital. Upon completion of the program, you will be qualified as a cardiovascular perfusionist who serves as a member of the health care team during major surgeries.

A perfusionist is a highly trained and skilled medical professional who operates equipment that supports or replaces the patient's circulation and lung functions during surgery. Working closely with physicians to select appropriate equipment and techniques, the perfusionist monitors vital cardio-pulmonary parameters to ensure the safe management of physiologic functioning during open heart surgery. Furthermore, the perfusionist is educated in the administration of prescribed blood products, anesthetic agents and cardiovascular drugs via the extracorporeal circuit. The perfusionist is knowledgeable and competent in the use of a variety of techniques, including hypothermia, hemodilution, and procedures involving specialized instrumentation and advanced life support.

The perfusionist may also be responsible for administrative duties, purchasing, supply and equipment control, inventory, quality assurance and personnel management. Based on institutional factors and available facilities, the perfusionist may also be engaged in research of new products, development of surgical techniques and data analysis. At all times, the perfusionist must maintain the highest ethical and professional health care standards.

The M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion is a 24-month program integrating didactic and clinical courses with practica which provide the necessary entry level skills in cardiovascular perfusion. Students successfully completing the program will receive a certificate of completion from the North Shore University Hospital School of Cardiovascular Perfusion, and are eligible to sit for the national board certifying examination in Clinical Perfusion. Recipients of the certificate of completion having completed all academic course work are then awarded an M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion from LIU Post.

NOTE: Applicants to the M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion at LIU Post must first be admitted to the Cardiovascular Perfusion Program at North Shore University Hospital in Great Neck, N.Y. For more information or to apply, contact:

Richard Chan, Program Director
NSUH-LIU-CWP School of Cardiovascular Perfusion
225 Community Drive South Entrance
Great Neck, N.Y. 11021
516-918-4356
ehiscvp@aol.com

Dr. Seetha Tamma, Chair
Department of Biomedical Sciences
LIU Post
720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, N.Y. 11548
Phone: 516-299-3047
post-biomed@liu.edu

Check out the LIU Post Graduate Bulletin to learn about degree requirements, course descriptions, and more.

Admissions Requirements

  • Admission into the Cardiovascular Perfusion Program at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y.
  • Once the applicant has been accepted by North Shore University Hospital, the completed application will be forwarded to the Department of Biomedical Sciences at LIU Post. No additional application is needed.
  • Completion of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university with a minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 system.
  • Undergraduate courses that must have been completed include:
    — 2 semesters of college biology (8 credits)
    — 2 semesters of anatomy and physiology (8 credits)
    — 2 semesters of college chemistry (8 credits)
    — 2 semesters of college math (6 credits)
    — 1 semester of college physics (4 credits)
  • Three letters of recommendation

Candidates are assessed for admission into the program based upon:

  • Experience
  • Academic performance
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Insight into perfusion technology
  • Expressed motivation

For further information regarding the program contact:

Richard Chan, Program Director
NSUH-LIU-CWP School of Cardiovascular Perfusion
225 Community Drive South Entrance
Great Neck, N.Y. 11021
Phone: 516-918-4356
Fax: 516-466-3780
E-mail: ehiscvp@aol.com  

Dr. Seetha Tamma, Chair
Department of Biomedical Sciences
LIU Post
720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, N.Y. 11548
Phone: 516-299-3047
E-mail: post-biomed@liu.edu  

Advanced Standing into the M.S. Program in Cardiovascular Perfusion at LIU Post

An experienced or practicing cardiovascular perfusionist who desires an M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion may apply for admission to this program. Their clinical expertise will be evaluated by North Shore University Hospital (NSUH) regarding individual competency in courses of surgery (6 credits); perfusion technology (6 credits); and three clinical practicums (I, II, III) - (5 credits each). The Director of the Cardiovascular Perfusion Program at the NSUH will assign the grades for these courses. The other admission criteria listed above under 1, 2, and 3 must also be met. Students with advanced standing must take 27 credits of graduate course work in Biomedical Sciences in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the LIU Post.

Application Instructions

SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

Applicants to the M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion at LIU Post must first be admitted to the Cardiovascular Perfusion Program at North Shore University Hospital (NSUH) in Great Neck, N.Y.

To request an application packet, please contact the CVP program director, Richard Chan, in the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at NSUH at 516-918-4356 or at ehiscvp@aol.com.   The packet will contain a NSUH application and application instructions.  The application and all supporting credentials must be returned to North Shore University Hospital.  Applicants should not submit an application or supporting credentials to LIU Post directly.

Upon acceptance by North Shore University Hospital, your application, supporting credentials will be forwarded to the Graduate Admissions office at LIU Post along with the acceptance letter. 

Applicants will be notified of their admissions decision by the Graduate Admissions office at LIU Post.

The application deadline is April 30th. 

For further information regarding the program contact:

Richard Chan, Program Director
NSUH-LIU Post, School of Cardiovascular Perfusion
225 Community Drive South Entrance
Great Neck, N.Y. 11021
Phone: 516-918-4356
Fax: 516-466-3780
E-mail: ehiscvp@aol.com

Dr.Seetha Tamma, Chair
Department of Biomedical Sciences
LIU Post
720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, N.Y. 11548
Phone: 516-299-3047
E-mail: post-biomed@liu.edu

Course Description

BMS 520C Pathophysiology I

This graduate course introduces the student to the predisposing factors and pathological processes leading to disease, at the molecular, cellular, organ, and whole body levels and strategies for prevention and therapy of disease. The course deals with the role of the immune system in health and disease, concepts of microbial pathogenesis and the responses of the host to infection; allergy and hypersensitivity; tissue graft rejection, clinical tissue matching, clinical immunosuppression, the immune system vs. cancer, autoimmune diseases, and congenital and acquired immunodeficiencies including AIDS. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Fall, 3 credits

BMS 540C Biomedical Statistics

This course covers the fundamentals of statistics as applied to medical and biological sciences, including measures of central tendency and variability, theory of sampling, theory of estimation, sample frequency functions, confidence limits, null hypothesis, linear regression and correlation, chi-squared test, t-Test, F-Test and analysis of variance, elements of sequential analysis, statistical techniques adapted to laboratory quality control and design of experiments. Use of statistical programs for analysis of data is integrated within the course. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Spring, 3 credits

BMS 550C Clinical Biochemistry

This course is the introduction to the analysis of analytes in body fluids. Emphasis is placed on describing normal and pathophysiologic changes in disease. Quality control, evaluation, interpretation and laboratory tests used in quantitation are presented. The biomedical significance of metabolic disorders of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids is discussed. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Fall, 3 credits

BMS 561C Introduction to Hematology

This course describes the erythroid, myeloid and lymphoid differentiation pathways from the pluripotent stem cell to mature cells; describes the pathophysiology of anemias, leukemias, lymphomas and pathways for blood coagulation and coagulopathies; emphasizes theory and procedures necessary for diagnosis of disease of blood-forming tissues. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Fall only, 3 credits

BMS 562C Theories of Blood Coagulation

This course covers the theoretical aspects of blood coagulation in normal and disease states, including laboratory methods which demonstrate various blood factors. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Fall, 3 credits

BMS 590C Hospital Communication and Culture Practicum

This course prepares students for the dynamic Hospital environment through the total immersion of the student in this setting thus preparing for a greater level of communication. The facets of culture distinct to a hospital and surgical room will be explored. An extensive terminology list will be developed by the student and preceptors to establish understanding and practice of diction for vocabulary commonly utilized in the hospital environment. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
On occasion, 3 credits

BMS 612C Pathophysiology II

Molecular, biochemical and metabolic events which identify disease of several body systems are presented. This course introduces the student to basic morphologic and functional changes of major disease processes in Cardiovascular, Renal, Respiratory, Endocrine and Digestive systems, and Neurologic diseases. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Prerequisite of BMS 520 or BMS 610 is required
Spring, 3 credits

BMS 651C Pharmacology

The application of pharmacology, the study of drugs and poisons, is termed therapeutics. To better understand the use of drugs in specific disease states, therapeutics is emphasized in this course. The student develops an understanding of the disease process being treated and any concomitant diseases the patient may have. The consequences and expectations of the drugs being administered (considering its pharmacodynamics, pharmacognosy and pharmacokinetics) in that specific patient are presented. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Spring, 3 credits

BMS 700C Selected Topics in Lab Medicine

This course examines a research problem under the guidance of a member of the Department of Biomedical Sciences faculty. Open only to matriculated students. Students may register only once for this course. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
On occasion, 1 credit

BMS 703C Research Methods

This is a course designed to provide practical tools for initiation and development of a research proposal. The scientific approaches to problem-solving, data collection and analysis are discussed. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Summer, 3 credits

BMS 704C Clinical Research Thesis

This course is a clinical research project designed to develop and enhance research skills appropriate to the area of specialization chosen for the M.S. degree. The research data is obtained from a health care facility, academic setting, business or industry, community program or clinical research facility. The collected data is analyzed and a thesis is written and presented to the department. Open only to matriculated students with approval by department chairperson, Graduate Committee and mentor. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Prerequisite of BMS 703C is required
Every Semester, 3 credits

BMS 706C Research Project & Comp Exam

This course provides another option for successful completion of the M.S. degree in Medical Biology through the completion of a research project and a comprehensive examination in the specialty. Open only to matriculated students with approval by department chairperson, Graduate Committee and mentor. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Prerequisite of BMS 703C is required
Every Semester, 3 credits

BMS 708C Experimental Research Thesis

For experimental theses, the model system may be animals, tissue cells or microbial agents. The topic selection for experimental thesis is generally decided by the mentor. The student (with the help of the mentor) has to have logically defined objectives and a clear hypothesis. In this course the student has to carry out the experiments, review relevant literature, collect all research data, formulate graphs, figures or tables and write the results, discussion, summary, conclusions and defend the thesis with a PowerPoint presentation. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Prerequisite of BMS 703C is required
Every semester, 3 credits

BMS 709C Clinical Management Project

This course is designed for the Clinical Laboratory Management M.S. degree candidate who will address a management problem within the clinical setting. Examples of some project topics include: motivation of co-workers, organization and communication improvements, measuring group effectiveness, selection criteria for employees, appraisals of laboratory personnel, staffing, development of educational activities, implementation of procedures, budgeting cost analysis, workloads, inventory management and cost-containment measures. Problems should be defined, solutions suggested and tested and a project paper (Thesis) written and defended. Open only to matriculated students with approval of department chairperson, Graduate Committee and mentor. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Prerequisite of BMS 703C is required
Every Semester, 3 credits

BMS 800C Surgery

This graduate course reviews the anatomy, physiology and pathology of the heart, emphasizing disorders caused by circulatory shock, pericarditis, cardiac tamponade, endocarditis, cor pulmonale and cardiac failure. The course also identifies cardiac surgical equipment and instruments used in cardiac surgical procedures. Surgeries on patients experiencing coronary artery disease, resection of left ventricular aneurysm, mitral and aortic valve repair, complex congenital cardiac malformations, hypoplastic left heart syndrome, malformations resulting in left to right to left shunts, aortic aneurysm and acute aortic transection are presented. First year (Modules I & II) of CVP Program taught through NSUH-LIU-CWP School of Cardiovascular Perfusion (Great Neck, N.Y.). Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Fall, 6 credits (1152 hours Clinical Instrumentation)

BMS 810C Perfusion Technology

This course combines clinical competency in perfusion techniques, didactic instruction with practical operating room experience and laboratory study of the extracorporeal circuit. The course begins with a discussion of the evolution of perfusion technology, describes the laboratory components needed, venous and arterial cannuli, flow limitations, and determination of Reynold’s number. Included also are discussions of heater/cooler and heat exchanges; circulation, hypothermia, tubing, circuits, charting, pressure monitoring, arterial blood gas, electrolytes, cardiotomy reservoirs and suction systems, cardiopulmonary bypass and safety, and myocardiac protection delivery systems. The course teaches techniques, procedures, laboratory techniques, management and evaluation of the total perfusion process. First year (Module I & II) of CVP Program. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Spring, 6 credits

BMS 820C Clinical Practicum I

The Clinical Practicum Courses completed at North Shore University Hospital are designed to provide perfusion students with an intensive opportunity to develop, practice and master the skills required to perform safe extracorporeal circulation procedures. These clinical practice courses require directed hands-on use of equipment and techniques that constitute the cardiopulmonary bypass procedure. Under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor, the students are exposed to increasing levels of responsibility in the clinical conduct of perfusion. As the students¿ abilities permit, they assume expanding responsibilities with the ultimate goal of functioning independently as a practicing perfusionist. These clinical practice courses are taught in the operating room theater with special emphasis on developing technical skills in the extracorporeal procedure itself. Instruction will also include current adjunctive methods in autotransfusion, mycocardial preservation techniques, intra-aortic balloon support, and aseptic techniques. At course completion, the student will have:

  • Developed sufficient clinical competency about the rudiments of extracorporeal circuit, its components, design, assembly and operation of the equipment.
  • Under directed supervision, begun to successfully perform those technical manipulations that constitute the essential part of the extracorporeal circuit and other perfusion procedures
  • Been evaluated by the instructors supervising the clinical learning experiences. Students are evaluated by using an evaluation form titled “Perfusion Student Case Evaluation”.

Following the completion of Perfusion Clinical Practice courses, each student is required to perform clinical cases for clinical competency determination. In these Clinical Competency Cases, each student’s ability to function independently as a clinical perfusionist is evaluated for his or her level of training. These clinical competency evaluations are performed utilizing the standard procedures for clinical student case evaluation. In addition, the clinical instructors evaluate the entry-level clinical competency skills as required by the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion. Second year (Module III & IV) of CVP Program. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Summer, 5 credits (960 hours each; 288 hours total)

BMS 822C Clinical Practicum II

The Clinical Practicum Courses completed at North Shore University Hospital are designed to provide perfusion students with an intensive opportunity to develop, practice and master the skills required to perform safe extracorporeal circulation procedures. These clinical practice courses require directed hands-on use of equipment and techniques that constitute the cardiopulmonary bypass procedure. Under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor, the students are exposed to increasing levels of responsibility in the clinical conduct of perfusion. As the students’ abilities permit, they assume expanding responsibilities with the ultimate goal of functioning independently as a practicing perfusionist. These clinical practice courses are taught in the operating room theater with special emphasis on developing technical skills in the extracorporeal procedure itself. Instruction will also include current adjunctive methods in autotransfusion, mycocardial preservation techniques, intra-aortic balloon support, and aseptic techniques. At course completion, the student will have:

  • Developed sufficient clinical competency about the rudiments of extracorporeal circuit, its components, design, assembly and operation of the equipment.
  • Under directed supervision, begun to successfully perform those technical manipulations that constitute the essential part of the extracorporeal circuit and other perfusion procedures
  • Been evaluated by the instructors supervising the clinical learning experiences. Students are evaluated by using an evaluation form titled "Perfusion Student Case Evaluation".

Following the completion of Perfusion Clinical Practice courses, each student is required to perform clinical cases for clinical competency determination. In these Clinical Competency Cases, each student’s ability to function independently as a clinical perfusionist is evaluated for his or her level of training. These clinical competency evaluations are performed utilizing the standard procedures for clinical student case evaluation. In addition, the clinical instructors evaluate the entry-level clinical competency skills as required by the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion. Second year (Module III & IV) of CVP Program. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Fall, 5 credits (960 hours each; 288 hours total)

BMS 824C Clinical Practicum III

The Clinical Practicum Courses completed at North Shore University Hospital are designed to provide perfusion students with an intensive opportunity to develop, practice and master the skills required to perform safe extracorporeal circulation procedures. These clinical practice courses require directed hands-on use of equipment and techniques that constitute the cardiopulmonary bypass procedure. Under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor, the students are exposed to increasing levels of responsibility in the clinical conduct of perfusion. As the students’ abilities permit, they assume expanding responsibilities with the ultimate goal of functioning independently as a practicing perfusionist. These clinical practice courses are taught in the operating room theater with special emphasis on developing technical skills in the extracorporeal procedure itself. Instruction will also include current adjunctive methods in autotransfusion, mycocardial preservation techniques, intra-aortic balloon support, and aseptic techniques. At course completion, the student will have:

  • Developed sufficient clinical competency about the rudiments of extracorporeal circuit, its components, design, assembly and operation of the equipment.
  • Under directed supervision, begun to successfully perform those technical manipulations that constitute the essential part of the extracorporeal circuit and other perfusion procedures
  • Been evaluated by the instructors supervising the clinical learning experiences. Students are evaluated by using an evaluation form titled "Perfusion Student Case Evaluation."

Following the completion of Perfusion Clinical Practice courses, each student is required to perform clinical cases for clinical competency determination. In these Clinical Competency Cases, each student's ability to function independently as a clinical perfusionist is evaluated for his or her level of training. These clinical competency evaluations are performed utilizing the standard procedures for clinical student case evaluation. In addition, the clinical instructors evaluate the entry-level clinical competency skills as required by the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion. Second year (Module III & IV) of CVP Program. Only open to students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program.
Spring, 5 credits (960 hours each; 288 hours total)

Degree Requirements

The M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion consists of 54 graduate credits. Twenty-seven credits are taught at LIU Post and 27 credits are taught at North Shore University Hospital. LIU Post courses are taught on a semester basis:

Fall Semester: September through December
Spring Semester: January through May
Summer Semester I: May through June

At the hospital, modules are taught throughout the calendar year:

Module I – September through February, first year
Module II – March through August, first year
Module III – September through February, second year
Module IV – March through August, second year

The plan of study for this degree includes the courses listed below.

All clinical courses are taught Monday through Friday during business hours. University-based courses in biomedical sciences are taught in the evening, after 5:45 p.m. All courses are designated with a BMS number followed by a C to recognize students enrolled in the M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion program.

The hospital-based courses extend for 24 months as four consecutive six-month modules. The first module builds on applied science knowledge and experiences. The classroom didactic and laboratory demonstrations present content in a sequence that correlates with the instruction of cardiac surgery and extracorporeal technology in the operating room. Clinical exposure includes observation, hands-on laboratory set-up preparation, and operation of the heart-lung bypass machine.

The second module expands on the previous materials and emphasizes clinical performance under the direct supervision of qualified clinical perfusionists.

The third module provides extensive and advanced techniques of extracoporeal technology. Clinical exposure to pediatric and infant cardiothoracic cases and complex congenital and acquired heart diseases are provided during this phase. An introduction to research is also provided in this module. Total cardiac patient care is addressed by student participation in clinical rotations including: cardiac catheterization laboratories, cardiac surgery, intensive care nursing, cardiac anesthesia and pediatric perfusion.

The fourth module is devoted to completion of a research project and all clinical requirements, including a board examination review, passage of clinical competency examination, serving under qualified supervision in a minimum of 100 perfusion cases, and presenting an independent research project of publishable quality.

Continued enrollment in this program is contingent upon:

  • Maintaining an overall grade-point average of 3.0
  • Grades below a B are unacceptable toward continuation in the major and may result in dismissal from the program.
Cardiovascular Perfusion Courses (9 courses – 27 Credits)
Courses Credits
BMS 550C Clinical Biochemistry
3
BMS 520C Pathophysiology I 3
BMS 612C Pathophysiology II 3
BMS 540C Biomedical Statistics 3
BMS 561C Hematology 3
BMS 562C Coagulation 3
BMS 651C Pharmacology 3
BMS 703C Research Methods 3
BMS 704C or
BMS 706C or
BMS 708C or
BMS 709C Clinical Research Thesis or
Research Project and Comprehensive Exam or
Experimental Research Thesis or
Clinical Management Project
3
Clinical Courses (4 courses, 27 credits)
Courses Credits
BMS 800C Surgery 6
BMS 810C Perfusion Technology 6
BMS 820C Clinical Practicum I 5
BMS 822C Clinical Practicum II 5
BMS 824C Clinical Practicum III 5

Should a student be unsuccessful in the Cardiovascular Perfusion program at the hospital and withdraw, he or she can apply the completed graduate credits in medical biology toward the completion of the M.S. in Biomedical Sciences specializing in any one of the following areas: medical & molecular immunology, microbiology/infectious diseases, applied laboratory medicine (a combination of the former hematology and medical chemistry concentrations), and cancer biology. His/her application for admission into the Biomedical Sciences graduate program requires certain pre-requisites to be met:

  1. Completion of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university
  2. Completion of eight credits (one year) college biology
  3. Sixteen credits (two years) college chemistry (inorganic or general chemistry and organic/biochemistry)
  4. Six credits (one year) college math
  5. Four credits (one semester) college physics
  6. Two letters of recommendation from college professors
  7. Payment of the cost of taking medical biology courses not designated with a letter C

Students taking BMS courses with the “C” designation are paying a different amount than graduate students not in the program because the Cardiovascular Perfusion student is paying the hospital for attendance and completing 54 graduate credits rather than 36 graduate credits required for M.S. degrees in Biomedical Sciences.

The M.S. in Biomedical Sciences provides the opportunity to do experimental research with selected faculty. The program is an excellent opportunity to expand the biomedical knowledge base for admission to professional schools i.e. medical, dental, veterinarian and Ph.D. programs.

Typical Sequence

Typical Semester Schedule Sample

Professional Plan (54 credits) First Year
FALL SPRING SUMMER
Course Title Credits Course Title Credits Course Title Credits
BMS 520C Pathophysiology I 3 BMS 612C Pathophysiology II 3 BMS 703C Research Methods 3
BMS 561C Hematology 3 BMS 651C Pharmacology 3 BMS 820C Clinical Practicum I 5
BMS 800C Surgery 6 BMS 810C Perfusion Technology 6
Total Credits 12 Total Credits 12 Total Credits 8
Second Year
FALL SPRING
Course Title Credits Course Title Credits
BMS 550C Clinical Biochemistry 3 BMS 540C Biomedical Statistics 3
BMS 562C Coagulation 3 BMS 824C Clinical Practicum III 5
BMS 822C Clinical Practicum II 5 BMS 704C Clinical Research Thesis 3
Total Credits 11 Total Credits 11

CONTACT

School of Health Professions and Nursing
Stacy Gropack, Dean
Roth Hall, Room 300
516-299-2485

post-shpn@liu.edu