IEA Physician Speakers
IEA will be bringing in practicing IEA Alumni physicians to Grenada to speak about their experiences practicing medicine and will have an informal Q&A with students afterward.
Dr. Mark Lanzieri (SGU Class of '85, Interventional Cardiology) - April 28, 2017
Dr. Lanzieri is an Interventional Cardiologist based in Maine, USA. A dedicated alumnus, Dr. Lanzieri has been working tirelessly to establish an adult cardiology clinic in Grenada since 2000. Volunteer achievements of note include the Grenada's first cardiac pacemaker implant in 2001, and the nation's first coronary angioplasties in 2015. With the support of US suppliers and hospital networks, his no-cost clinics have provided millions of dollars in benevolent care to Grenadian patients. When visiting Grenada, Dr. Lanzieri is an avid member of the Grenada Hash House Harriers and explorer of authentic West Indian creole cuisine.
Dr. David Santone (SGU Class of '08, Orthopedic Surgery) - March 29, 2017
Dr. David Santone is an SGU '08 grad. After completing medical school he returned to Toronto where he completed a residency in Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Toronto from 2008-13. He is double fellowship trained in Arthroscopic Sports Medicine and Foot and Ankle Surgery, completing both at the University of Toronto. He is currently on staff as an arthroscopic sports medicine and foot and ankle surgeon at the Markham Stouffville Hospital, just north of Toronto. He resides in Vaughan, Ontario with his wife and three children.
Dr. James T. Bennett (SGU Class of '12, Orthopedic Surgery) - March 23, 2017
Dr. James T. Bennett is an SGU class of 2012 graduate and is currently completing his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Bennett also has 20 publications and has presented on various orthopedic subjects in Germany, Alaska, Spain, France, and more.
Dr. Martin Stransky (SGU Class of '83, Neurologist) - March 22, 2017
Dr. Martin Stransky is a board certified Neurologist and SGU class of ‘83 graduate currently practicing as an attending physician at Yale New Haven Medical Center and Cornell-Scott Hill Health Centers. He is also an assistant Clinical professor at Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Neurology. He partakes in a large amount of international medical activities particularly in the Czech Republic where he is the founder and director of the Prague Selective Program that provides a summer study experience to students from 53 medical schools around the world.
Dr. John Madden (SGU Class of '81, Director SGU Career Guidance, Emergency Medicine) - March 3, 2017
Dr. John Madden is an Associate Dean of Students, the Director of the Office of Career Guidance at SGU and a Professor of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Madden is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at Jefferson Medical College, and a Professor at Drexel University and in the Arcadia University Physician Assistant Program, where he is the Medical Director and teaches emergency medicine.
Dr. Madden practices emergency medicine at the Christiana Care Health System, where he is also the Medical Director of Christiana Care’s LifeNet air medical program as well as the critical care transport team. Past appointments at Christiana Care have included serving as President of its medical staff and as Vice Chair of its Board of Directors.
Dr. Dominic Grecco (General and High Risk Obstetrics) - February 21, 2017
Dr. Dominic Grecco practices general and high risk obstetrics and provides comprehensive and compassionate gynecologic care to women in all stages of their life. His clinical practice includes personalized obstetrical care, minimally invasive robotic and laparoscopic surgery, and non-surgical alternatives to hysterectomy.
Dr. Grecco appears on The Learning Channel’s The Baby Story as an obstetrical expert and he is the Director of the Prenatal Care Center at Northern Westchester Hospital where he participates in the hospital’s community health initiatives. Dr. Grecco also helped establish and serves as Director for the Hospitalist program at Northern Westchester Hospital, which was created to improve the coordination of care and safety of obstetrical patients.