News & Events
The Touro University California family bid a fond farewell this spring to Dr. James Binkerd, an original faculty member in the College of Osteopathic Medicine and a venerated leader in Student Affairs.
The Seed Funding Grant program within the Touro University System awards up to $50,000, and is designed to foster interdisciplinary collaboration among faculty, colleges, and campuses, focusing on the biomedical and health sciences.
Established in 1959 through collaboration between civic leaders and local physicians, NorthBay Health has become a cornerstone of advanced medical care and compassionate service in the community. The organization is known for its commitment to ensuring that patients, families, and visitors are greeted with warmth and support throughout their healthcare journey.
Diversity holds tremendous importance for Medic, an immigrant, family-owned business with roots tracing back to Italy. Their commitment to diversity is not mere rhetoric; it is deeply embedded in their everyday life and the foundational principles that guide their business.
We have a Q&A session with Sheryl McKibben, SVP of The Mare Island Company:
At Kaiser Permanente, they strive to weave equity, inclusion, and diversity into the fabric of our organization and the communities they serve – because everyone has the right to good health.
On orientation day the Touro University California campus, once quiet during the summer break, came alive with the bustling energy of a new school year. First year students gathered to begin their healthcare education. Different programs and life experiences have led people to the campus; here are the stories of five new students to Touro University California:
Touro University’s (TU) annual summer project grant competition awarded grants to four Touro University California (TUC) students, allowing them to design and conduct a novel research project under faculty mentorship.
For Eseosa “Essie” Aigbuza, receiving the Kaiser Permanente Bernard Tyson Scholarship helped her at a time when she needed it most.
A new book titled “Everyday Diabetes in Primary Care: A Case-Based Approach” authored by Dr. Jay H. Shubrook, a nationally leading diabetologist and professor at Touro University California's College of Osteopathic Medicine, has been unveiled, offering "real-world guidance" for day-to-day diabetes management in primary care settings.