Meet MSSNY’s Physician Leaders
MSSNY President Jerome Craig Cohen MD

Loch Sheldrake gastroenterologist Jerome Craig Cohen, MD, was elected President of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) on April 13.

Dr Cohen previously served as Vice President of MSSNY, as a Trustee of MSSNY, and as Speaker of the House of Delegates of MSSNY. >His responsibilities included overseeing the policy-making business of the state’s principal professional organization for physicians as well as emceeing its official events, such as MSSNY’s annual Legislative Forum in Albany.

Dr. Cohen earned his medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School and completed both his internship and residency training at Northwestern Medical Center in Chicago. He did further research with a fellowship in gastroenterology at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University. Dr. Cohen is board-certified in both internal medicine and gastroenterology. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a Fellow of the American Gastroenterological Association.

Dr. Cohen treated patients in Binghamton from 1984 to 2015. Since 2015, he has been treating patients in Cooperstown for Bassett Healthcare Network, where he serves as a Senior Attending Gastroenterologist. Dr. Cohen is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Cooperstown campus of Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Dr. Cohen’s dedicated efforts on behalf of organized medicine have included serving as president of the Broome County Medical Society, MSSNY Councilor for five years, MSSNY HOD delegate for over 30 years and member of MSSNY’s delegation to the AMA for the past 23 years. He is a past Chair of the AMA’s Council on Constitution and Bylaws.

He is particularly concerned about New York State’s looming healthcare access crisis and has, therefore, worked on and chaired the MSSNY/MLMIC (Medical Liability Insurance Company) Medical Liability Defense Board. He is now an active member of MSSNY’s physician advocacy and state candidate evaluation committees. Dr. Cohen is also a Bio-Terrorism First Responder volunteer.

Dr. Cohen and his wife Elaine V. Drelich, DDS, live in Loch Sheldrake, New York.

MSSNY Vice President Jerome Craig Cohen MD

David M. Jakubowicz, MD was elected President-Elect of the Medical Society of the State of New York on April 13. When he takes office as MSSNY President in 2025, he will be the first president from Bronx County Medical Society in over 50 years.

A board-certified physician, he is Director of Otolaryngology and Allergy at Essen Medical and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore.

Dr. Jakubowicz received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Cornell University and received his Doctor of Medicine from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his internship in the Department of Surgery, Beth Israel Medical Center (NY) and his residency at the Departments of Otolaryngology at the Albert Einstein affiliated hospitals of Montefiore, Jacobi, Long Island Jewish and Beth Israel.

Dr. Jakubowicz was part of Maimonides’ physician leadership program. He was then recruited to be Chairman of Otolaryngology at Bronx Lebanon, and subsequently served as chair of their OR committee. Dr. Jakubowicz was also Director of Otolaryngology and Allergy at Medalliance Medical Health Services and is a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngologic Allergy, American College of Surgeons, and American Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery.

During his service in the Young Physician Section of MSSNY, Dr. Jakubowicz served as Vice Chair, Chair and AMA YPS delegate. He has also served at all levels of Bronx County, including as president where he managed the Executive Director transition. Dr Jakubowicz previously served as MSSNY Commissioner of Membership and currently serves as an AMA Alternate Delegate.

Dr. Jakubowicz resides with his family in Scarsdale, NY.

MSSNY Treasurer Dr Mark J Adams

Dr. Mark J. Adams was elected Vice President of the Medical Society of the State of New York on April 13. A fellowship trained board-certified Radiologist, he is Professor of Clinical Imaging Sciences at University of Rochester Medical Center.

A graduate of Lehigh University, Dr. Adams received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. He completed an internship in surgery at Barnes Hospital at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, a radiology residency at Rochester General Hospital, and a fellowship at the University of Rochester. He is certified by both the American Board of Radiology and the National Board of Medical Examiners.

In addition, Dr. Adams received an MBA from the William E. Simon School of Business and Administration at University of Rochester.

An active member of MSSNY since 2000, Dr. Adams served as the 7th District Councilor from 2011-2017. He currently serves as Chair of the Legislative and Physician Advocacy Committee, Chair of the Budget and Finance Committee, and member of the Nominating Committee. He also serves on the Investment Committee of MSSNY Board of Trustees.

Dr. Adams is a New York Alternate Delegate to the American Medical Association and an active member of the Monroe County Medical Society, which he served as President in 2010.

As an active member in several radiological societies, Dr. Adams served on the Council Steering Committee of the American College of Radiology (ACR); President of the New York State Radiological Society (NYSRS); and President of the Rochester Roentgen Ray Society. He chairs the Economics and Ethics Committees for the NYSRS and is a member of the ACR Ethics Committee.

In 2012, Dr. Adams received the JACR Award for Recognition of Exceptional Manuscript Review from the American College of Radiology. He has been a Reviewer for the American Journal of Radiology since 1997.

An active member of his community, he currently serves in the ServNY Monroe County Medical Corps and the New York State CMS Carrier Advisory Committee.

MSSNY President Elect Paul A Pipia MD

Paul A. Pipia, MD was elected the 197th President of the Medical Society of the State of New York on April 22, 2023. A board-certified physician, he is Chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as the Deputy Medical Director of the Nassau County Medical Center.

Dr. Pipia received a Bachelor of Science degree in General Science as well as a Master of Science in Chemistry from Fordham University and received his Doctor of Medicine from the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. He completed his internship in the Department of Medicine, Staten Island University Hospital and his residency at the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, The Howard Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU. He was Chief Resident at Bellevue Hospital, the Manhattan Veterans Administration and Rusk Institute First Floor.

Active in MSSNY since 1984, Dr. Pipia first became a delegate representing New York at the American Medical Association (AMA)’s annual meeting in 1986 through the Medical Student Section. He has continued to represent New York at the AMA through the Resident Physician Section, the Young Physician Section, and the Physician Section. Dr. Pipia served as president of the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center Alumni Association from 2014-15. He is Past President and member of The Nassau County Medical Society and Past President of The Nassau Academy of Medicine.

Dr. Pipia has served as the MSSNY PAC Vice-Chair from 2012-2014, the Chair of the Federal Legislation Committee from 2008-2010, the Chair of State Legislation Committee from 2010-2022 and Councilor for Nassau County from 2015–2021.

Dr. Pipia is a Board Member of the Nassau County Department of Health since September of 2011 and has also served as a board member at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, the NYS Board of Massage Therapy, and in various positions within the Nassau Health Care Corporation.

In conjunction with his extraordinary contributions to the medical profession, Dr. Pipia volunteered his time as a board member of the “Sea Legs” program (now defunct) and has been an advocate for The Muscular Dystrophy Association since 1980.

Dr. Pipia resides with his family in Syosset, Long Island.

MSSNY President Parag Mehta MD

Nameer Haider, MD

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MSSNY Secretary Dr Howard H Huang

Dr. Howard H. Huang was elected Secretary of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) on April 13th. Dr. Huang is fellowship trained and board-certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) with added qualification in Pain Medicine and is in practice at North Country Orthopaedic Group, P.C. in Watertown, NY, now part of Carthage Area Hospital, Carthage, NY.

Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Huang received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School. He completed both his internship in medicine and residency in PM&R at Harvard Medical School.

A long-standing active member of MSSNY, Dr. Huang previously has served as the Commissioner of Socio-Medical Economics, 5th District Councilor, and 5th District President.

Dr. Huang is a New York Delegate to the American Medical Association and an active member of the Medical Society of Jefferson County, for which he has previously served as President.

Dr. Huang previously served as President of the Medical Staff and as a member of the Board of Trustees at Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown, NY.

MSSNY Assistant Secretary Joshua M Cohen MD MPH

Bernadette A. Riley, DO was elected Assistant Secretary of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) on April 13. Dr. Riley is currently the Director of New York Institute of Technology’s Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)/Hypermobility Treatment Center and an Associate Professor of Family Medicine at NYITCOM where she wrote the curriculum and started the EDS 4th year elective (MTFP 890).

A graduate of Fordham University (2001) and New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (2005), Dr. Riley’s postgraduate training started as an ENT/Facial Plastic surgery intern at the former Union Hospital, NJ (2005-2006) and she completed two years of residency at the Union Hospital/Newark Beth Israel/St. Barnabas Medical Center (2006-2008) before switching specialties. She finished her Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment residency at Long Beach Medical Center (2010), where she served as Chief Resident (2009-2010), and was awarded Family Medicine Resident of the Year (2010). Dr. Riley is board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine.

Dr. Riley has also held the title of Clinical Assistant Professor at many medical schools, including Zucker School of Medicine – Hofstra University. She has served as national faculty for the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) since 2012 and is a member of their COMAT Family Medicine and Blueprint subcommittee and COVID 19 Assessing COVID-19-Related Topics (ACT) Task Force and Chair of DEI.

Dr. Riley has been active in advocacy for many years. She was elected President of the New York State Osteopathic Medical Society (NYSOMS) in April 2022 and is an alumni of the American Osteopathic Association’s (AOA) Training in Policy Studies (TIPS) Fellowship (2010). Dr. Riley is also currently the Treasurer for the Nassau County Medical Society, a Board of Trustee for Nassau Academy of Medicine (NAM) and serves as Chair of NAM’s Education Committee.

In addition, Dr. Riley is a committee member for the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) Women Physicians and Physician Wellness and Resiliency Committees. and serves as NYITCOM’s delegate representative for MSSNY’s HOD since 2019.

Dr. Riley lives in Bayville and enjoys Impressionist Art, hiking, and reading

MSSNY Treasurer

Gregory Pinto, MD was elected Treasurer of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) at its annual House of Delegates meeting in Uniondale, NY, on April 13.

Dr Pinto is in private practice as a comprehensive ophthalmologist in Saratoga Springs and is currently Vice-President of EyesNY, a comprehensive ophthalmology practice with multiple locations in New York’s Capital District and North Country.

A graduate of the Union College/Albany Medical College Accelerated Medical Education Program, Dr Pinto completed his residencies in Internal Medicine and Ophthalmology at Albany Medical Center. He is Board-Certified in both specialties.

A Staff Physician at Saratoga Hospital and Glens Falls Hospital, Dr. Pinto serves on the Board of Trustees at Mohawk Valley Medical Associates and at Proctors Theatre in Schenectady, NY. He served as Secretary/Treasurer at Saratoga Hospital from 2000-2007.

Dr Pinto has been active in MSSNY for many years. His positions include 4th District President (2012-2018) and Councilor (2018-present); Commissioner of Governmental Relations (2015-present); AMA delegate (2014-present) and AMA Delegation Chair (2023-present); and President of Saratoga County Medical Society (2000-present).

MSSNY Treasurer Frank Dowling MD

Frank Dowling, MD (They/Them/Theirs) was elected Assistant Treasurer of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) on April 13. A graduate of Harvard College, Dr. Dowling received both their medical degree and their residency training from SUNY at Stony Brook School of Medicine. Since 2004, they have served as Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine. Prior to that appointment, they were Clinical Assistant Professor from 1993-2004.

Board certified in both Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine, Dr. Dowling has an outpatient private practice in Garden City and Islandia that focuses on treating victims of trauma and disaster, emergency responders and healthcare professionals and their families. They also treat patients with co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders. In addition to their private practice, Dr. Dowling serves as Medical Advisor to the Police Organization Providing Peer Assistance (POPPA), an independent, confidential, non-departmental voluntary assistance program for the NYPD.

An active member of MSSNY, Dr. Dowling has served as Commissioner for Science and Public Health, co-chair of the Addiction and Psychiatric Medicine Committee, chair of the Task Force on Alcohol and Health and vice chair of the Committee on Bioterror and Emergency Preparedness. In addition, they serve on the Advisory Committee and as faculty for the Veteran’s Mental Health Training Initiative, a collaborative effort by MSSNY, NYSPA and NASW-NY to train NY practitioners to assist warriors and veterans with post-traumatic stress and TBI.

When the ISTOP law was under consideration in Albany, Dr. Dowling—working with MSSNY staff—was instrumental in helping a MSSNY led coalition obtain the right for a designee to assist a physician with mandated PMP lookups. They currently serve on the AMA’s LGBTQ Advisory Committee and Pain Management and Substance Use Task Force and on MSSNY’s Committee on Physician Wellness and Resilience. With MSSNY physician leadership and staff, they are a driving force behind the development of MSSNY’s P2P (peer to peer) support program, where volunteer peer support physicians are trained to assist their siblings in medicine with work and personal stress They previously worked with the MSSNY/OASAS Planning Committee that developed a 3-hour CME program on pain management and opioid abuse, which is available free to MSSNY members to meet the New York State mandated CME requirement.
As a member of the New York Delegation to the American Medical Association (AMA), Dr. Dowling has collaborated with others to update AMA policies in several public health areas, including psychiatric and substance use disorders, access to care issues, preservation pf medically necessary care for patients with chronic pain, LGBTQ health issues and societal and healthcare inequities.

Dr. Dowling received the American Psychiatric Association’s Bruno Limo Award in 2003 for “outstanding contributions to the care and understanding of victims of disaster” for their work with emergency services personnel after the World Trade Center attacks in 2001. In addition, Dr. Dowling received a Long Island Healthcare Heroes Award from Long Island Business News for their work in support of veterans and others with chronic psychiatric illnesses. In 2015, they were awarded MSSNY’s Charles D. Sherman Award for their support of medical students. They are a co-author of Disaster Psychiatry: Readiness, Evaluation, and Treatment, a textbook intended to prepare psychiatrists and other mental health professionals to respond to disasters and mass casualty events.

Dr. Dowling lives in Oakdale, NY with their spouse Theresa.

MSSNY Vice Speaker Maria A Basile MD

L. Carlos Zapata, MD, FACEP, was elected Speaker of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) on April 13. He is the first Latino Speaker of MSSNY.

Dr. Zapata is an Attending Physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Northwell Health and practices at LIJ Forest Hills, LIJ Medical Center, and LIJ Valley Stream.

A graduate of New York University, Dr. Zapata also received his medical degree from NYU Grossman School of Medicine. He completed his emergency medicine residency at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell – Long Island Jewish Medical Center Program.

Dr Zapata’s leadership experience in organized medicine dates to 2007 when he was Co-President of the AMA/MSSNY Medical Student Chapter at NYU. Since that time, he has served as Speaker of the American Medical Association Young Physician Section (2019 – 2023), Councilor of the American College of Emergency Physicians (2018-Present), President of the Medical Society of the County of Queens (2017-2018), and MSSNY Vice Speaker (2023-2024). He is currently a Trustee of the Medical Society of the County of Queens and a member of the New York Delegation to the American Medical Association.

Dr. Zapata was also the recipient of the New York ACEP 2017 Young Physician Leadership and Advocacy Award and was the lead author of MSSNY policy that led to New York repealing nonmedical exemptions of childhood vaccinations to attend school.

MSSNY Vice Speaker

Jane M. Simpson, DO was elected Vice Speaker of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) at its annual House of Delegates meeting in Uniondale, NY, on April 13.

Originally from the 1000 Islands region of New York State, Dr. Simpson studied biology and political science at Clarkson University and had research areas in constitutional analysis and evolutionary biology.  She attended Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine at Virginia Tech (VCOM) for her medical education and spent her 3rd and 4th years working with underserved populations in West Virginia. Dr Simpson completed her Family Medicine Residency at UHS Wilson Hospital in Binghamton, NY where she served as chief resident and then completed a fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine at Brown University.

Dual board certified in Family Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Dr Simpson serves as faculty for the UHS Family Medicine Residency; faculty at SUNY Upstate Medical University; and as a Palliative Medicine physician at Wilson Memorial Hospital and Binghamton General Hospital. She is also the Medical Director of the Palliative Care Unit at Binghamton General Hospital and serves as Director of Palliative Medicine at Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown, NY.

Dr Simpson has been involved in organized medicine through the medical society and specialty societies at both the state and national level. She currently serves as a MSSNY Alternate Delegate to the AMA, and as a MSSNY Delegate to the AMA YPS. She is also the current MSSNY YPS Vice Chair. She is a registered Parliamentarian and is a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians and the American Institute of Parliamentarians.

Paul A. Pipia, MD, Nassau, 2023-2024
Parag Mehta, MD 2022-2023
Joseph Sellers, MD, Schoharie 2021-2022
Bonnie Litvack, MD, Westchester 2020-2021
Arthur C. Fougner, MD, Queens 2019-2020
Thomas J. Madejski, MD, Orleans 2018-2019
Charles Rothberg, MD, Suffolk 2017-2018
Malcolm D. Reid, MD, MPP, New York 2016-2017
Joseph R. Maldonado, MD, Oneida 2015-16
Andrew Y. Kleinman, MD, Westchester 2014-15
Sam L. Unterricht, MD, Kings 2013-14
Robert John Hughes. MD, Saratoga 2012-13
Paul Hamlin, MD, Nassau 2011-12
Leah S. McCormack, MD, Queens 2010-11
David T. Hannan, MD, Wayne 2009-10
Michael H. Rosenberg, M.D., Westchester 2008-09
Robert B. Goldberg, D.O., New York 2007-08
Richard M. Peer, M.D., Erie 2006-07
Robert A. Scher, M.D., Suffolk 2005-06
William B. Rosenblatt, M.D., New York 2004-05
Jeffrey A. Ribner, M.D., Broome 2003-04
Ann C. Cea, M.D., Westchester 2002-03
Robert Bonvino, M.D., Richmond 2001-02
William A. Dolan, M.D., Monroe 2000-01
John A. Ostuni, M.D., Nassau 1999-00
Ralph E. Schlossman, M.D., Queens 1998-99
Duane M. Cady, M.D., Onondaga 1997-98
Stanley L. Grossman, M.D., MPH, Orange 1996-97
Stuart I. Orsher, M.D., JD, New York 1995-96
James H. Cosgriff, Jr.,M.D., Buffalo 1994-95
Stanley A. Steckler, M.D., Smithtown 1993-94
Morton M. Kurtz, M.D., Flushing 1992-93
Charles N. Aswad, M.D., Binghamton 1991-92
Robert A. Mayers, M.D., Rye Brook 1990-91
David M. Benford, M.D., New York 1989-90
Charles D. Sherman, Jr., M.D., Rochester 1988-89
Samuel M. Gelfand, M.D., Rockville Centre 1987-88
John A. Finkbeiner, M.D., New York 1986-87
Daniel F. O’Keeffe, M.D., Glens Falls 1985-86
Allison B. Landolt, M.D., Bronxville 1984-85
Bernard J. Pisani, M.D., New York 1983-84
Richard D. Eberle, M.D., Syracuse 1982-83
Milton Rosenberg, M.D., Patchogue 1981-82
Ralph M. Schwartz, M.D., Brooklyn 1980-81
G. Rehmi Denton, M.D., Albany 1979-80
George T.C. Way, M.D., Poughkeepsie 1978-79
Carl Goldmark, Jr., M.D., New York 1977-78
George L. Collins, Jr., M.D., Buffalo 1976-77
Ralph S. Emerson, M.D., Roslyn Heights 1975-76
Lynn R. Callin, M.D., Rochester 1974-75
Thomas F. McCarthy, M.D., Bronx 1973-74
Edward Siegel, M.D., Plattsburgh 1972-73
George Himler, M.D., New York 1971-72
Walter Scott Walls, M.D., Buffalo 1970-71
Walter T. Heldmann, M.D., Staten Island 1969-70
Edward C. Hughes, M.D., Syracuse 1968-69
Frederick A. Wurzbach, Jr., M.D., Bronx 1967-68
James M. Blake, M.D., Schenectady 1966-67
S. Waring Willis, M.D., Bronxville 1965-66
George A. Burgin, M.D., Little Falls 1964-65
William L. Wheeler, Jr., M.D., New York 1963-64
Joseph A. Lane, M.D., Rochester 1962-63
John M. Galbraith, M.D., Glen Cove 1961-62
Norman S. Moore, M.D., Ithaca 1960-61
Henry I. Fineberg, M.D., Jamaica 1959-60
Leo E. Gibson, M.D., Syracuse 1958-59
Thurman B. Givan, M.D., Brooklyn 1957-58
James Greenough, M.D., Oneonta 1956-57
Renato J. Azzari, M.D., Bronx 1955-56
Dan Mellen, M.D., Rome 1954-55
Andrew A. Eggston, M.D., Mount Vernon 1953-54
Edward T. Wentworth, M.D., Rochester 1952-53
J. Stanley Kenney, M.D., New York 1951-52
Carlton E. Wertz, M.D., Buffalo 1950-51
John J. Masterson, M.D., Brooklyn 1949-50
Leo F. Simpson, M.D., Rochester 1948-49
Louis H. Bauer, M.D., Hempstead 1947-48
William Hale, M.D., Utica 1946
Edward R. Cunniffe, M.D., Bronx 1945-46
Herbert H. Bauckus, M.D., Buffalo 1944-45
Thomas A. McGoldrick, M.D., Brooklyn 1943-44
George W. Cottis, M.D., Jamestown 1942
Samuel J. Kopetsky, M.D., New York 1941
James M. Flynn, M.D., Rochester 1940
Terry M. Townsend, M.D., New York 1939
William A. Groat, M.D., Syracuse 1938
Charles H. Goodrich, M.D., Brooklyn 1937
Floyd S. Winslow, M.D., Rochester 1936-37
Frederic E. Sondern, M.D., New York 1935
Arthur J. Bedell, M.D., Albany 1934-35
Frederick H. Flaherty, M.D., Syracuse 1933
Charles Gordon Heyd, M.D., New York 1932-33
William D. Johnson, M.D., Batavia 1931
William H. Ross, M.D., Brentwood 1930-31
James N. Vander Veer, M.D., Albany 1929
Harry R. Trick, M.D., Buffalo 1928
James E. Sadlier, M.D., Poughkeepsie 1927
George M. Fisher, M.D., Utica 1926
Nathan B. VanEtten, M.D., Bronx 1925-26
Owen E. Jones, M.D., Rochester 1924
Orrin Sage Wightman, M.D., New York 1923-24
Arthur Woodward Booth, M.D., Elmira 1922
James F. Rooney, M.D., Albany 1921
J. Richard Kevin, M.D., Brooklyn 1920
Grant C. Madill, M.D., Ogdensburg 1919
Thomas H. Halsted, M.D., Syracuse 1918
Alexander Lambert, M.D., New York 1917
Martin B. Tinker, M.D., Ithaca 1916
W. Stanton Gleason, M.D., Newburgh 1915
Grover W. Wende, M.D., Buffalo 1914
William F. Campbell, M.D., Brooklyn 1913
John F.W. Whitbeck, M.D., Rochester 1912
Wendell C. Phillips, M.D., New York 1911
Charles Stover, M.D., Amsterdam 1910
Charles G. Stockton, M.D., Buffalo 1909
Arthur G. Root, M.D., Albany 1908
Frederic Colton Curtis, M.D., Albany 1907
Joseph D. Bryant, M.D., New York 1905-06
Hamilton D. Wey, M.D., Elmira 1904
Algernon T. Bristow, M.D., Brooklyn 1903
Henry R. Hopkins, M.D., Buffalo 1902
Henry L. Elsner, M.D., Syracuse 1901
A.M. Phelps, M.D., New York 1900
Willis G. MacDonald, M.D., Albany 1899
John O. Roe, M.D., Rochester 1898
Seneca D. Powell, M.D., New York 1897
James D. Spencer, M.D., Watertown 1896
Roswell Park, M.D., Buffalo 1895
George Henry Fox, M.D., New York 1894
Herman Bendell, M.D., Albany 1893
Lewis S. Pilcher, M.D., Brooklyn 1892
A. Walter Suiter, M.D., Herkimer 1891
William Warren Potter, M.D., Buffalo 1890
Daniel Lewis, M.D., New York 1889
Samuel B. Ward, M.D., Albany 1888
Alfred L. Loomis, M.D., New York 1887
William S. Ely, M.D., Rochester 1886
Albert Vander Veer, M.D., Albany 1885
B.F. Sherman, M.D., Ogdensburg 1884
Alexander Hutchins, M.D., Brooklyn 1883
Harvey Jewett, M.D., Canandaigua 1882
Abraham Jacobi, M.D., New York 1881
William H. Bailey, M.D., Albany 1880
Henry D. Didama, M.D., Syracuse 1879
D.B. St. John Roosa, M.D., New York 1878
J. Foster Jenkins, M.D., Yonkers 1877
Edward R. Squibb, M.D., Brooklyn 1876
Thomas F. Rochester, M.D., Buffalo 1875
George J. Fisher, M.D., Sing Sing 1874
Edward Mott Moore, M.D., Rochester 1873
C.R. Agnew, M.D., New York 1872
William C. Wey, M.D., Elmira 1871
Samuel O. Vander Poel, M.D., Albany 1870
James P. White, M.D., Buffalo 1869
J.V.P. Quackenbush, M.D., Albany 1868
John P. Gray, M.D., Utica 1867
Joseph C. Hutchison, M.D., Brooklyn 1866
Henry W. Dean, M.D., Rochester 1865
Frederick Hyde, M.D., Cortland 1864
Daniel P. Bissell, M.D., Utica 1863
Thomas Hun, M.D., Albany 1862
Edward H. Parker, M.D., Poughkeepsie 1861
Daniel T. Jones, M.D., Onondaga 1860
B. Fordyce Barker, M.D., New York 1859
Thomas C. Brismade, M.D., Troy 1858
Augustus Willard, M.D., Greene 1857
Alden March, M.D., Albany 1856
Frank H. Hamilton, M.D., New York 1855
C.B. Coventry, M.D., Utica 1854
J.S. Sprague, M.D., Cooperstown 1853
Alonzo Clark, M.D., New York 1852
Robert G. Frary, Hudson 1851
Alexander Thompson, Aurora 1850
Alexander H. Stevens, New York 1848-49
Thomas W. Blatchford, Troy 1847
John McCall, Utica 1846
James Webster, Rochester 1845
Joel A. White, Albany 1844
Samuel White, Columbia 1843
William Taylor, Onondaga 1842
John B. Beck, New York 1841
Sumner Ely, Olsego 1840
Laurens Hull, Oneida 1838-39
James McNaughton, Albany 1836-37
John H. Steel, Saratoga 1834-35
Thomas Spencer, Madison 1832-33
Jonathan Eights, Albany 1830-31
Theodoric Romeyn Beck, Albany 1827-29
James R. Manley, New York 1825-26
Alexander Coventry, Utica 1823-24
Samuel L. Mitchill, New York 1821-22
John Stearns, Albany 1817-20
Joseph White, Olsego 1815-16
John R.B. Rodgers, New York 1812-14
William Wilson, Columbia 1811
Nicholas Romayne, New York 1808-10
William McClelland, Albany 1807