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November 16, 2017

Saving Lives with Love & Meditation
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Dr. Nitin Ron is a neonatologist and loves high altitude hiking and mountaineering. He is an associate professor of pediatrics and assistant director of the NICU at NYP Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. He has given 3 TED talks, and has been leading a research project in the Himalayas, including the Mt. Everest region, involving ultrasound of the eye(optic nerve) and the body, to predict mountain sickness. His research also involves studying the effect of meditation in acclimatizing the body to high altitude. He has just finished the first draft of his book, titled 'The Science behind Pranayama and Meditation', which he is co-authoring with his father. He constantly encourages his students to rearrange the paradigms with which they run their lives, and therefore to re-invent themselves every moment! He also volunteers as an art guide at the Rubin Museum of Himalayan Art in New York City, as a reminder that medicine is so much of an art as well as a science!

Join us on Talkzone to explore how Nitin is Saving Lives with Love & Meditation.
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Nitin Ron
In the neo-natal unit at NYP Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, Medicine is more than Science . Nitin Ron, a neonatalogist, mountaineer and art aficionado, teaches and uses love, nature, music and meditation to save babies lives. Neonatologist Nitin Ron saves babies on a regular basis and finds that science, compassion and love all play equally important roles in saving a life.
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Dr. Nitin Ron
Dr. Nitin Ron is a neonatologist in Brooklyn, New York and is affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. He received his medical degree from L. Tilak Municipal Medical College and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Dr. Ron accepts several types of health insurance, listed below. He is one of 10 doctors at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital who specialize in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine.