Please join us for upcoming events!
David Lee Nelson is an accomplished actor, comedian and playwright. He is also currently fighting Stage 4 Colon Cancer. He will be performing his one-man play, STAGES , which is based on a blog he kept during treatment.

Two performances * No Fee * Guests welcome * Refreshments
RSVP is required for all attendees
The Cassatt String Quartet, which has appeared at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Barbican and the Beijing Modern Music Festival, will perform classical and contemporary masterpieces. Following the performance will be a dramatic monologue by an ovarian cancer patient and a discussion/Q&A led by physician experts on the latest developments in diagnosing and treating ovarian cancer.

No Fee * Guests welcome * Refreshments
RSVP is required for all attendees
Elizabeth Jameson, a former public interest lawyer, uses medical technology to create art as a way of taking ownership of her disease. She transforms the often unsettling and clinical black-and-white brain scans into work that invites others to contemplate the beauty of the brain, to discuss what it means to live in an imperfect body, and to stare directly at the imperfect brain's beauty and complexity with curiosity. Jameson has progressive multiple sclerosis and is now a quadriplegic. Through her art, Jameson challenges others to question what it means to be imperfect — to be human.

No Fee * Guests welcome * Refreshments
RSVP is required for all attendees
Participate in Osler Programming!
Submissions are now being accepted!
 Open to faculty, students and staff of Northwell Health, Hofstra University, and the Zucker School of Medicine.

Submit your work and learn more, please visit:
5th Annual Celebration of Visual Art
  Submit your artwork for the School of Medicine's annual art exhibit!
Deadline for submission: January 31, 2019

Open to faculty, students and staff of Northwell Health, Hofstra University, and the Zucker School of Medicine.
CONTACT US
For more information, to get involved or to make a suggestion,
please contact Lisa Martin at lisa.martin@hofstra.edu.
  *New events will be added throughout the year*