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Phi Delta Epsilon | NY Alpha Pre-Medical Chapter
Medical Fraternity at Binghamton University
Facta non verba, deeds not words

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Congratulations to some of our alumni for finishing medical school and moving onto their residencies!

Cody McGee, MD, of Alpha Lambda graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University, and matched at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh for General Surgery!

Michelle Bernshteyn, MD, of Alpha Lambda also graduated from SUNY Upstate as well, and will be staying for the Internal Medicine residency!

Sara Valentino, DO,  of Alpha Lambda graduated from NYIT-COM, and will be starting her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist in July!

Kasun Navarathna, MD, of Alpha Mu graduated from the Boston University School of Medicine, and matched this year at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital down in Philadelphia for his Neurology residency!

Remember, Phi Delta Epsilon, these are individuals you should honor for their success! We need to look at them as role models and wish them good luck on their future endeavors!
Here are some nice photos from graduation...congratulations, seniors! Your hard work has paid off and you are all moving onto the next phases of your lives. Phi Delta Epsilon will miss its Spring 2018 graduates. Be sure to come back and pay us all a visit!
Please join us, Phi Delta Epsilon, in honoring those now gone who have courageously fought for our country. Also join us in honoring the heroes still here, whether on our home soil or away risking their lives, who serve as beacons of hope and champions of freedom for future generations of Americans. Thank you to those who have served in our armed forces. God Bless the USA!
Congratulation to our members and alumni for committing to medical school this cycle! 
Almasa Talovic - SUNY Upstate 
Sasha Dolgetta - University of Maryland School of Medicine 
Emily Khantses - SUNY Upstate 
Amanda Stallone - SUNY Upstate 
Samantha Bangug West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine 
Maya Orlofsky - SUNY Downstate

Olga Ostrovetsky - St. George’s
Here’s to another exciting semester! Spring 2018 has come and gone, but it was never a dull day with PhiDE. Best of luck to everyone on their finals and congratulations to our seniors for graduating!
On Friday, April 27, 2018, the Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Epsilon at Binghamton University had the honor of participating in the Relay for Life! The Relay for Life is a charity event held by the American Cancer Society (ACS) where participants walk to raise money for cancer victims and their families. Together with other Binghamton University organizations Phi Delta Epsilon raised over $71,000 for the ACS!!
On Friday, April 13, Phi Delta Epsilon had the honor of participating in MedLife Binghamton’s Water Pong tournament! While the point was to help support the MedLife team, we couldn’t help but have fun playing one another in pong! Thank you MedLife for hosting this event!
Thank you to all physicians for donating their time and energy to constantly aiding the sick. Your sacrifices have and will continue to inspire future generations of medical students who seek to fill all of your shoes.
Last Sunday, our current Eboard and former President Jack Moi went to the GreekLife Banquet in order to witness our fraternity become recognized for its impressive achievements. 
Jack won the “PFC Outstanding Fraternity Career” award, for being a remarkable member of the professional fraternity community council. Congrats, Jack!! Meanwhile, our E-Board proudly accepted the award for our “Standards of Excellence.” We won silver in the New Member Process category. Meanwhile, we also won GOLD in the following five categories: Membership Recruitment & Intake, Leadership & Involvement, Financial Responsibility, Chapter Management, and Public Relations. 
Congratulations on your efforts, Phi Delta Epsilon!! Keep it up!
It is through teamwork that a collective of individuals can, as one, make a difference...thank you to everyone who came to Dance Marathon!! Phi Delta Epsilon, as always, you did an amazing job!!
TOMORROW IS DANCE MARATHON!! If you wish to donate please do so by visiting the website link in our bio. All donations will be matched by Phi Delta Epsilon!
Dance Marathon is in two days! Please donate to help our team reach our goal at! Every donation received this week will also be matched by Phi Delta Epsilon. Even after we reach our goal, however, please keep donating FOR THE KIDS! They need it!
The Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization that raises funds and awareness for more than 170 pediatric hospitals across North America. One hundred percent of funds are committed to helping local children. These funds help thousands of children fight diseases such as cystic fibrosis and cancer. The Miracle Network Dance Marathon is a movement where students get to meet patient families, participate in games and dancing, and enjoy entertainment. The total amount of money the students have raised over the span of one year is revealed at the event.